Every one lives by selling one thing or the other. Either you are selling or being sold to. Those who are further on in life’s game of survival have among other skills, mastered the art of selling, early in their journeys.
Even though this book has been around for almost…
It was late Sunday night. Both of us have been busy from late the previous night. The early hours of the new day of a new week were rapidly counting up. The FM radio station on the phone was on. I joined her to listen to a lively ministration from…
As sorrowful, yet always rejoicing; as poor, yet making many rich; as having nothing, and yet possessing all things. (2 Corinthians 6:10)
~ Apostle Paul
Merriam Webster dictionary on my phone defined abundance as, an ample quantity of, relative degree of plentifulness, profusion, and wealth. …
Yes, I know it. You’ve already had more than your fair share of those seemingly unending tips and hacks for keeping your head above the waters in these turbulent times.
Right from our mothers’ wombs to our infant days and all through our early…
Selling is the most basic of all human activities. Whether you know it, everyone lives by selling one thing or the other. And the earlier you know it and start tooling up on your selling skills kit, the more likely your chances of thriving in this arena we call life.
Sometimes you have no other option than to tell people just what they wanted to hear. This does not mean that you are a liar — deliberate or otherwise. Case in point is when you are job hunting. …
Barely three years after I bought the Dell notebook, its internal battery packed up. Getting a replacement was more challenging than getting water in a desert. My solution: Convert the svelte laptop to its PC mode — I purchased a portable uninterruptible power supply (UPS). …
Back in my college days, a classmate used to spur us on with his audacious unconscious display of boldness. Often, he will mount the rostrum prior to our lecturers' arrival and prep us with motivational talks which he often concluded with Christians gospel messages.
I still remember one of his…
A little at a time.
You’re cutting this heart to pieces,
A little bleeding piece, here, today.
Tomorrow, another deeper bruise,
Ever such a minor cut, time after time,
Again and again and again.
Not to worry, just keep on at it.
Tomorrow finally came,
At long last you awake
Too late you discover that,
This heart is no more.
This heart that was all yours.
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