We are often told to leave the past behind us and only look forward to the things ahead. This is sound advice but you must learn to take every piece of advice in context. Not every quote you find on the internet applies to your situation and not every good advice is for you. You should know that there is beauty in retrospection. … More The Beauty of Retrospection
The truth is, it is never too early. In fact, it is the money habits you develop now, that would grow with you, and affect how you handle money in the future.
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Procrastination is a deliberate act. But many don’t know that postponing important matters for later is to live in a world of delusion, and this is very dangerous. … More Procrastination: the Subtle Act of Regret
If Gratitude will become a lifestyle, we must be willing to make it so and also be conscious of that decision. To ensure this, we can make a note, discuss with a friend, forward it in prayers or generally any tip that works when we are making a new and bold decision. … More 5 Tips to Make Gratitude a Part of Your Life
As a teenager, so many things yearn for your attention: family, friends, social media, school work, hobbies, etc. And in all these, if one’s time is not properly managed, there would be a whole lot of lagging behind in important tasks. … More How to Properly Manage Your Time to Ensure Productivity
Let’s consider this from life’s angle. Life in itself is an ordered entity; the sun rises in the morning and sets at night, the rain falls when it’s time and is succeeded by dry season. From this we know that Discipline is an orderliness factor, a mediator that seeks to make sure things go as they are expected or wanted to.
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Self-discipline is doing what you have to do, when you have to, whether or not you feel like it. Simply put, it is a commitment to excellence. … More The Art of Self-Discipline