Personal branding is the practice of people marketing themselves and their careers as brands; it is essentially the ongoing process of establishing a prescribed image or impression in the mind of others about an individual, group, or organization. Personal branding can be defined as you controlling the narrative of who you are. In this age […]
Relationships are common to everyone, and one thing that ought to be common knowledge to everyone is that every individual is unique in his own right, hence different from every other person around him. A fatal mistake we often make is comparing ourselves with others, or probably desiring that a person is like another. The […]
Sometimes we happen to life and other times life happens to us, but it is all a process, the sands and block and cement and water are all working together. This I call the sand, block and building analysis. – Esthitude Most of us know what sand, block and a building are, and if asked […]
Fear!!! Living In fear is a post about my recent escape from the claws of fear, I was almost not aware of. All these time I sang songs of victory, whilst tied up in chains of fear I was ignorant of. You know how you think you are free from something and you don’t even […]
Regret, according to Google, is a feeling of sadness, repentance, or disappointment over an occurrence or something that one has done or failed to do. The Holy Bible says that man’s anger does not work for the righteousness of God. In other words, man’s best intentions and zeal, his passion and annoyance over what he believes to […]
Dealing with loss can really be a painful experience, especially when it has to do with the loss of a loved one. Let me share with you practical tips on how to help people dealing with loss.
I’m intelligent, beautiful, confident and outspoken. Added to this is a good knowledge of the Bible due to the fact that I hardly miss church services or personal Bible study periods. Now, because of the qualities mentioned above, I had a tendency to assume I was better than the average person; I might not show it outwardly but it was there in my heart nevertheless.
Which of you by taking thought can add unto his stature? (Matthew 6: 27). Worry comes from an old Anglo-Saxon word ‘to strangle’. Well just as it is, worry’s single occupation is simply to strangle and sniff life out of our very being. Worry is so bad it affects our essence – physically, spiritually, emotionally […]