You have a purpose, a destiny, a dream. The path to destiny was already laid out the moment you were born. All you have to do is to walk it and avoid anything that could distract your purpose.
How to Keep your Job in the Post COVID-19 Workplace – 9 mins videoHow to Keep your Job in the Post COVID-19 Workplace – 9 mins video
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the workplace, perhaps irrevocably. In Thomas Friedman‘s words, the world has now become flat. The novel coronavirus has flattened the workplace through digital platforms such as Zoom, Google Meet, among other work-from-home platforms. The new digital workplace requires employees who are agile enough to adapt.
In a world reeling from a pandemic and ills that threaten our very existence, it is difficult to find solid ground. Even the strongest and the wealthiest have difficulty experiencing stability in their lives. The only hope we have is in God. When cannot stand, we must learn to lean
The one thing everyone needs is validation. But people don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care about them. In fact, the need to be appreciated and recognized far supersedes the need to be rewarded. And it doesn’t take much to validate someone. A simple
You were born a winner from the day you came out of your mother’s womb. Out of millions of sperms that proceeded from your dad that day, yours made it. The rest failed! You are literally one in many millions!! Don’t despise or look down at yourself; the fact that
Today we are living through a tragedy of gigantic proportions. The phenomenon that is social media has literally taken over our lives. It’s an impressionistic society that thrives on facades rather than reality. In fact, the line between reality and make-believe has blurred so much that it’s impossible to tell
The COVID-19 pandemic has the entire world in the grip of fear. People are afraid to go out; to embrace and to connect. Since the outbreak of coronavirus in 2019, especially in 2020, life as we knew it came to a halt. Now we talk of a new normal where