Recognize and Seize Your Opportunities

“There is a tide in the affairs of men, Which, taken at the flood, leads to fortune; Omitted, all the voyage of their life Is bound in shallows and in miseries” (Julius Caesar, William Shakespeare, 1564-1616) Life’s greatest laurels do not always go to the most intelligent, smartest, or strongest; more often than not, they […]

Move Beyond Self Imposed Limitations!

This is a fairly long post. You may consider bookmarking it, or printing it out for a more reflective study in your quiet and more relaxed moments. Thanks. The Experiment Bottled An experiment was conducted by a sixth grade teacher in the presence of his students. He placed small flies in a large bottle. Then […]

Find and Pursue Your Own Success

My personal opinion about success is that only two persons can ascertain whether or not you are successful. Those two are: Your own personal God, & You. Two aspects of success Unfortunately for those who would want to propose otherwise, there’s no universally standardized yardstick for measuring success. Success is a multi-dimensional phenomenon. It’s a […]

The Core of Your Personal Success

There are things that you have the ability to do. Call this your Circle of Abilities – Circle A Then there are things you have interests in. Call this your Circle of Interests. – Circle I Let region A envelope those things for which you have the ability to do, but lack the interest and […]

What are you very good at?

What are you very good at? This is a very important question because it helps you discover yourself . I actually stumbled into this awareness. As a pastor of a small Church in the University town of Nsukka, in South Eastern Nigeria, I felt like the congregation was bored with my Sunday sermons. The reason […]

Why is it easier to think negatively?

In the article, “Conquering Your Internal Critic So You Can Sing Your Own Song” posted on http://www.inspiremetoday.com , Jack N. Singer, Ph.D. Professional Psychologist, renowned Speaker and Consultant, references Dr. Shad Helmstetter’s fascinating statistic; “By the time the average youngster reaches the age of eighteen, he or she has been told something negative or something […]