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Saturday, 5 January 2013

Develop a good self-image!

Your self-image tells about what you think about yourself and how you appear to yourself in your own conscience. Self-image is the picture ofyourself carried in your own mind. There are some people who through hurts do not feel they are good enough and this is a destroyed self-image. As a true believer of your dream, you need to see yourself as God sees you. No matter how bad you feel, God never sees you as a reckless person. He may see you as a sinner who needs to be re-washed to get back to his old vision for His purpose, but He will never see you as a hopeless being. Now if God will not see you as hopeless, why then should you see yourself that way? Be bold to say am qualified to dominate the world!

You were created for big things!

You were not made to transform a crowd, but rather, you were made to transform a multitude! God didn’t create you to nurse a tree, but rather He created you to produce a forest! I don’t know how this seems to appear to you. But in any case, just believe that you were not called to write a book, but rather, you were called to author a library! God calls big trees out of small seeds, so He prepared great things in your small mind and will definitely call out those things provided you allow Him to do so! I believe you will give Him the way!

Selected African Proverbs- 1-10

1. Wisdom is like fire. People take it from people.-Hema (DRC) proverb
2. If you are filled with pride, then you have no room for wisdom- African Proverb
3. By trying often, the monkey learn to jump from the tree- Buganda Proverb
4. You always learn a lot when you lose than when you win- African proverb
5. Wealth, if you use it, comes to an end; learning, if you use it, increases. Swahili Proverb
  • 6.  You learn how  to cut down  tree by cutting them down- Bateke Proverb
  • 7.     By the time the fool has learn the game, the players have dispersed- Ashanti proverb
  • 8.     You do not teach the paths of the forest to an old gorilla- Congolese proverb
  • 9.     When you follow in the path of your father, you learn to walk like him- Ashanti proverb
  • 10.  Ears than do not listen to advice accompany the head when it is chopped off- African proverb

Keep climbing, keep going!

Has it ever occurred to you that fruits are never touched when the climber is halfway on the tree? Yes! When you are hungry, you will know that the fruit are on the top. So keep climbing till you get there. Don’t ever dream of harvesting success when you are half-way through the journey. Rise up. Go your way. Go all ways up toward achieving your purpose. Go will never fail you because He had never failed anyone before. We fail ourselves by not acknowledging this fact. I believe most of us remain too long on the ramps we meet on our ways. Never again! Let’s go up till success we meet!

Don’t walk when you can run!

Don’t crawl when you can walk; and don’t walk when you can run. Don’t borrow when you can buy; and don’t work out 99 dreams when you have 100 waiting for your fulfillment. Live your life so well that you can rise up in front of God’s sight to boldly say “I have used every bit of talent you have given me. I am back empty handed”. In every speech, action or reaction, dare to be excellent, doing a common thing in an uncommon way! God, His angels and we humans are promising we are strongly behind you!

Share your success!

No one is made to be independent on this earth. This means no one has the right to say “I want to mind my own business”. Trees don’t eat their own fruits; rivers don’t drink their own waters. Living for one another is the rule of nature. Give much out freely, demanding little or nothing. Alexander Fleming discovered the penicillin and Alexander Graham discovers the Telephone! Fleming can use Graham’s Telephone and likewise Graham will benefit from Fleming’s drug. What someone did benefits you whether you like it or not. Therefore do something and as you are doing it, think about how it will benefit someone today, tomorrow or hundred years to come.

What will you get tomorrow?

We go to school today on order to become knowledgeable graduates tomorrow. We get married today, hoping to get children tomorrow. We go to work today, in order to get paid tomorrow.
What are you doing today? What will you get tomorrow? Think aboit so well. When you think and question what you want to get tomorrow, the solution comes from what you are doing today. Be patient. Be wise. Be courageous. Be determined. God pays what we demand and what we demand must fulfill His purpose of sending us. Do something good today and you will be a better result tomorrow!

Losing the sight of the shore!

Christopher Columbus said “you can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore”. This tells that the main gateway to greatness is risk-taking. God gives the gifts, but your self-sacrifice makes you to realize its good end. If you are afraid of the hazy and frightening nature of the shore, you will remain where you are. You may never go to the other side of the ocean. Dare to be great! Don’t be intimidatedle. Go forward and make great impacts on the earth!

Don’t say it is impossible!

Impossibility is a defense word for people who are not determined to take risks. In another way, impossibility comes out of the mouths of losers by kind courtesy of ignorance. Some folks also learn and recite this word after a demand has been place on them for a good work “it’s impossible”. In any case, don’t say something is impossible until you tried it and receive a resistivenabilities.

Thoughts and action determine success!

Your success is dependent on what you think about, how you think about it, the actions you take and how often those actions are taken! You live like a statue if you think but don’t act; you live like a shadow if you act but do not think. In any way, your actions will prove the altitude of your height and prospects! Think well, act well and you will win well. Don’t follow the lalacy unless it takes a divine intersection.

Why people become poor!

No one was created to suffer in abject poverty. Poverty is a state attained by a person who is too blind to see opportunities in front, behind, beside, under, on top of, and around him. The whole world is made up of ideas, opportunities, strengths and potentials that match every talent on earth. Unless you tell me that you were not created with talents which I know God doected decision to believe that poverty is created by self, not by God. I am talking about an abject state of need!

Open your mind to new ideas!

One way toward discovering your hidden self is by opening up your mind to new ideas. Develop and nurse a receptive mindset that will allow you to increase your knowledge base and create better opportunities for you to tread on along. Some ideas may sound awkward, but you still need them in order to rule out what you don’t love. Don’t neglect every advice. Don’t avoid every directive. Don’t deny every friend. Don’t betray you through your common sense by thoughts. Think positively and you are there!

Discover the real you!

Everyone has specific talents and you are no exception. Maybe yours is hiding in the pith of some thick tree log out there in the desert. It is still a talent. It is left over to you to work hard by dissecting that log to find out that real identity of yours, without which your existence on earth becomes meaningless. Find your hidden talents, your hidden potentials, your hidden purposes and convert them into a better scalable business for the benefit of the entire world. You owe it to yourself to develop the real you out of your own gifts. Don’t live in your own shadow. Live in your own you!