Qualities of Go-Getters

A Go-getter is an active and enterprising person, one who is motivated or inclined to excel, one who strives to achieve success or improvement. Go-getters are not a lazy set of people. They sometimes deny themselves of having fun or get involved in social activities in order to get things done. They put in the time to achieve their goals. … More Qualities of Go-Getters

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We are Spices- A Teen’s Kitchen Experience

We are like salt on earth, like spices, created by God in varieties to add substance, flavour and proper taste to earth. There’s something in us that needs to be developed, and until we allow it, it will not. Be purposeful, Be seasoning, Be salt. … More We are Spices- A Teen’s Kitchen Experience

How to Handle Procrastination

Why not do the assignment today and stop putting off what is important for less important things? Why don’t you set your priorities right? So many of us enjoy putting things off until it gets up to our neck and then we start running helter-skelter. But the bitter thing about that is that the time we avoid doing the important things on our schedule is usually wasted doing nonproductive things. … More How to Handle Procrastination

Got a Depressed Friend? Here’s What to do

Most depressed persons are lonely with nobody to beckon on, that is why after identifying the cause, you need to get closer to the person. By allowing a huge gap, you give room for the person to find solace in negativity. To help against depression isn’t an easy task but in the long run, the positive effect always overshadows the negative. … More Got a Depressed Friend? Here’s What to do

How to Be a Better Listener

Everyone wants to be listened to, we all want people to acknowledge us when we speak, we want someone who we can tell our problems in order to console us or offer possible solutions. Being a good listener is not just about being attentive to the speaker, rather, it is about putting yourself in the person’s shoe, understanding without judging, showing sympathy without pitying. … More How to Be a Better Listener