The Power of Consistency


As a beginner, it is very easy to give up especially when you post an article, you do not get a single like or a comment, and when you look at the stats, they are not encouraging and you can get disappointed. Often times, I had to keep reminding myself why I started in the first place. I also realize that even Rome was not built in a single day, I encourage myself and I write and post another one. Continue reading The Power of Consistency

On Your Will: How motivated are you to start?


EALD’s Dictionary defines willpower as the trait of resolutely controlling your own behavior. For a long time, I have made an assumption that willpower(strength of mind) is the same thing as self-discipline, only to recognize there is a clear cut difference, the latter being a companion. Every day, we are faced by challenges between two versions of ourselves. To do or not, to pursue a goal or not to, to act now or wait, to buy fries or not, to go back to school or invest in business etc these can be termed as  the Willpower challenge and it happens … Continue reading On Your Will: How motivated are you to start?

Present Moment: The surest way to achieve that goal.


Having goals and objectives is surest way of reaching the heights you desire. However, during the course of setting and accomplishing goals, it can become so easy to lose sight of what’s truly valuable and important, the present moment. When I am anxious, my favorite verses of Gospels are; Don’t worry about tomorrow. It will take care of itself. You have enough to worry about today’’ and Jesus’ sentiments “No one who puts his hand to the plow and looks back is fit for the kingdom of God.” Regardless of what the goal may be, whether it has to do … Continue reading Present Moment: The surest way to achieve that goal.

New year and the tale of unmet resolutions. What to do?


This is the period of the year most people start reworking on their new year resolutions and others dread the fear of not being able to achieve or work on the resolutions they have set. I have found myself lacking the zeal and energy to pursue resolutions made past the first month of the year, you begin with so much enthusiasm, so much energy and determination to achieve that objective but somehow along the way, the energy fizzle out and you start looking forward to Christmas and again set resolutions and the cycle starts all over again. One of the … Continue reading New year and the tale of unmet resolutions. What to do?