. It is okay to want to be successful – I do not know anyone who wouldn’t like to be, but you should not stop at this. You need to have goals, and you need to set them. … More 10 Things You Should Know About Goal-Setting
Being resourceful is the ability to find and use resources at your disposal to achieve a greater good – to solve problems and achieve goals. It is the ability to overcome problems or to make do with what is available to create a solution. Overcoming any possible problems that might arise. Start from where you are and with what you have. … More TMOC 6.0: Compiled Note on The Resourceful Teenager
Where do you want to be in the next five years? In the next ten years? What kind of house do you want to live in? What type of cars do you want to drive? Who motivates you? Who are your mentors? Who is your role model? Which cities do you want to visit? Get pictures of these things and place them on your vision board. … More Resourceful Activities for Teenagers
Life being full of ups and downs is one statement we constantly hear and would most likely forever hear. But how prepared are you to handle the down part of life? Would you choose to wallow in self pity or are you smart enough to find a solution to the challenge you are faced with?
So the question is are some people born resourceful, while others are not? Is resourcefulness a character … More Is Resourcefulness a Character Trait?
I believe you are reading this article because you are passionate about change, or at least, discontented with the status quo, which is a great place to start if you ask me! You have goals, yeah? Amazing! Now, let me put it to you that you need to be as resourceful as you can to achieve every single one of those goals.
Show me a resourceful teenager, and I will show you a teenager who, rather than sitting back and expecting a downhill success, puts in the work to actualize his/her goal on a daily basis. … More Five Simple Things Resourceful Teenagers Do
Life, they say, is what you make out of it. All of your efforts would pay off, they constantly say. Nobody tells you just how much effort is required, or how your efforts would go unnoticed and unrewarded.
gardless of how many times you fail, there is always a hand to catch you. And if you ever feel like nothing is worth it, you are reminded of the sacrifice on Calvary’s hill.
You are Stronger, you are better and more importantly, you are resilient! So you push, stretching beyond your limits, bending instead of breaking, overcoming obstacles, and getting the medal you deserve! … More Building Resilience
Often, I find myself asking the questions “Who is a leader?” “Am I one?” “If everyone is a leader, who, then, is a follower?” The answers to these questions are not simple, and most of them are certainly far from straightforward.
Everybody can be a leader to nearly anybody, and we can do it in a million and one different ways, in the pursuit of two million and two different goals. Leadership is, in its essence, very fluid. However to be truly great leaders and create an impact in the people we lead with the influence we have, certain skills are important. … More The Truth About Leadership and the Necessary Skills
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and you’ve probably been thinking of how best you can maximize it. I have some helpful tips if you’re clueless about how you can celebrate this very day in God’s way despite how the devil has hijacked and manipulated it to destroy lives.
Remember you’re LIGHT and you’re meant to shine in any circumstance or situation you find yourself in. Dare to stand tall and different. … More How Should a Christian Teen Celebrate Valentine’s?
Giving and always expecting to receive back is like expecting lions not to eat you because you don’t eat lions. You would most like regret it.
How many times have you given out a gift (cash, a wristwatch, a book, or your time) to a friend and they never gave you anything back? … More Giving and Not Receiving. What to do?