What We Can Be In This Life — The Job

Yes, that was me. I was the kid who hid under his desk and in coat closets the first several years of his schooling. If I remember right, this continued into 3rd grade. 863 more words via What We Can Be In This Life — The Job

How To Overcome Low Self-Esteem

85% of the world's population are affected by low self-esteem. Source: The self-esteem book, Dr Joe Rubino. Now that is a stunning statistic, definitely not in a good sense. What is self-esteem? You may ask! Dictionary dot-com defined self-esteem as "confidence in one's own worth or abilities; self-respect." synonyms for this term include: self-respect, pride,... Continue Reading →

How To Find Your True Self

Bibobra Michael Alabrah “The greatest tragedy in life is not death, but a life without purpose.” – Dr. Myles Munroe Who Am I? The answer to this thought-provoking question will change your life forever because you would have to dig deep into your very foundations and question your values and principles upon which you have... Continue Reading →

10 Things We Should Never Take for Granted

It is often said that the best things of life are the simplest things. We humans like to complicate things so that the simplest things are made complex and the ones that cannot be made so are taken for granted. Over the years I have come to realize that indeed the most important things are... Continue Reading →

Evaluate Before You Act

Guest Post by Sibyl Joseph Since December of 2015, when I made the decision to live for Christ, I have come to realize how important it is to stop and take stock of my personal walk with God from time to time. Self-evaluation has helped and continues to help me to know where I am... Continue Reading →


Let's face it, who wouldn't want everyday to be productive? Your guess is as good as mine, we all desire productivity. Highlighted in this article, are 10 tips to inspire you to get enough rest and start your day super motivated.

5 TIPS TO WAKE UP @ 4:30 A.M

To be productive, we must utilize the time we have and use it judiciously. This also means a commitment to excellence which does not come by chance but by tactful planning and maximum effort. I have compressed my wake-up routine into 5 steps to share with you and hopefully it buoys you to rise early... Continue Reading →


Patience is an important attribute in life. Without it a lot will go wrong; dreams and aspirations will be shattered. There is a proverb that says " A patient dog eats the fattest bone". This saying might no longer be true but the message stays the same and is true. Patience is a virtue and... Continue Reading →

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