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xx Want to be rich? Remove this from ur house immediately
August 14, 2018, 11:30:47 AM by Isaac Adeniran
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xx Thank God in everything
August 13, 2018, 01:02:27 PM by omonaija
There was a bird who lived in a desert, very sick, no feathers, nothing to eat and drink, no shelter to live in. One day a dove was passing by, so the sick unhappy bird stopped the dove & ask where it was going? The dove replied " I am going to heaven".

So the sick bird said "please find out for me, when my suffering will  come to an end?" The dove said, "sure, I will." and bid a good bye to the sick bird. The dove reached heaven and shared the message of the sick bird with the angel in charge at the entrance gate. The angel said, "For the next seven years of its life the bird has to suffer like this, no happiness till then."

The dove said, "When the sick bird hears this he will be disheartened. could you suggest any solution to this."

The Angel replied, "Tell it to say this: "Thank you God for everything." The dove on meeting the sick bird again,  delivered the message of the angel to it .

After seven days the dove was passing there again, and saw that the sick  bird was very happy, feathers grew on its body, a small plant grew up in the desert area, a small pond of water was also there, the bird was singing and dancing cheerfully. The dove was astonished. The Angel had said that there would be no happiness for the bird for the next seven years. With this question in its mind, the dove went back to visit the angel at heaven's gate.

The dove put forth his question to the Angel. The Angel replied, "yes it is true there shouldn't have been any happiness for the bird for seven years but because the bird was saying "THANK YOU GOD FOR EVERYTHING"  every bad situations in its life changed.

When the bird fell down on the hot sand it said "THANK YOU GOD FOR EVERYTHING"

When it could not fly it said, "THANK YOU GOD FOR EVERYTHING"

When it was thirsty and there was no water around, it said, "THANK YOU GOD FOR EVERYTHING"

Whatever the situation, the bird kept on repeating, "THANK YOU GOD FOR EVERYTHING"  therefore the seven years got dissolved in seven days.

When I heard this story, I felt a tremendous shift in my way of feeling, thinking, accepting and viewing life.

I adopted this confession in my life. WHATEVER the situation I faced I started saying "THANK YOU GOD". It helps me to shift my view from what I did not have to what I have in my life.

For instance; if my head pains I THANK GOD and I notice that the headache does not bother me anymore.

In the same manner I started using this confession in my relationships (whether family, friends, neighbours, colleagues ) finances, social life, business and everything with which I can relate. I shared this story with everyone I came in touch with and it brought a great shift in their behaviour too.

This simple confession really had a deep impact on my life, I started feeling how blessed I am, how happy I am, how good life is.

The purpose of sharing this message is to make all of us aware of how powerful the attitude of gratitude is. It can reshape our lives.
 Lets confess this continuously to experience the shift in our life.

Be grateful and  see the change in your attitude.

Be humble and you will never stumble. God bless you are you read.
clip Delay of gratification leads to success
August 02, 2018, 01:57:18 PM by Isaac Adeniran
Delay of gratification.



 Delay of gratification, the act of resisting an impulse to take an immediately available reward in the hope of obtaining a more-valued reward in the future. The ability to delay gratification is essential to self-regulation, or self-control.

The reason for success to elude so many people is simply because they could not delay gratification.
Most people have delay gratication as a result of fear of unknown and fear of success.
Can I use this money to show off or to invest. what of if the business does not success.
Well let me use my money to enjoy myself and see what i have used my money for
clip How to control anger and DEFLATE EGO
July 15, 2018, 12:19:13 AM by Isaac Adeniran


"Croatia came to this World Cup with only two natural strikers. Mario Mandzukic, the guy who scored the winner in d match against England.

The other was Nikola Kalinic  He was on the bench for Croatia's first game against Nigeria. With five munites to end that game, coach instructed him to dress up and replace another player.

Kalinic angrily refused to play, in protest of being left on the bench.

He saw himself a top player, and wouldn't come on for just five munites. The coach turned to other player Pjaca for the substitution.

After the match, Kalinic refused to apologize, despite appeals from other coaching staff.

The coach then sacked him from the team, and sent him home from Russia. Kalinic flew for holidays, and even posted pictures of himself enjoying elsewhere.

After all, he seem to imagine, Croatia won't go anywhere in the tournament. But without him, the team managed to win their matches.

Croatia has achieved their greatest football achievement in history, reaching the World Cup final.



The remaining 22 players are national heroes. Their names forever inscribed in the hearts of generations.

Kalinic should have been  part but minus him. All because of minutes of anger. Minutes of pride and bloated ego.

He may have regretted now. He may have realized his tomfoolery. But it is too late. These stories about life are quite familiar to us, but do we really learn lessons from them? As they profoundly apply to all spheres of life?

Learn to CUT PRIDE. Learn to control anger and DEFLATE EGO and  ultimately, learn to say SORRY.

Years of SWEAT & DEDICATION can all be shattered by moments of ANGER and PRIDE.
DON'T BE A KALINIC"
clip 5 Practices That Helped Me Stop Being a People Pleaser
July 01, 2018, 12:53:39 AM by Isaac Adeniran
5 Practices That Helped Me Stop Being a People Pleaser
By Sara Fabian



ďIf you spend your life pleasing others, you spend your life.Ē ~Cheryl Richardson

Looking back on my life, I came to realize that I spent quite a high amount of my precious time trying. Trying to be perfect. Trying to be appreciated and liked by everyone else around me. Trying to fit in with different groups of people so that I could feel accepted and approved of.

I can recall many situations in my life when I did things I didnít really want to do to comfort or please others. I was a master of people pleasing and, to be honest, it wasnít always because I wanted to make everyone happy.

The truth is that I wanted people to like me. I expected them to give me the things I wasnít giving myself: love, care, and attention.

People-pleasing is an unhealthy behavior, a clear sign of low self-esteem. It is disempowering, inauthentic, and extremely time- and energy-consuming.

Here are five simple practices that helped me stop being a people pleaser.

1. Allow myself to be me.

I can recall I once told a guy I was dating that I wanted to join him for a football match when, in fact, I didnít. I knew he loved football, so I thought he would see me as a right partner and like me more. Big mistake.

If youíre also doing things you donít want to do, hoping those things will strengthen your relationships, be careful with that. Be honest about what you like or dislike. Be real. Pretending and faking who you are and what you want will only work against you.

Being myself got me married. The day I had the first dinner with my husband (as friends at that time), I had no expectations of getting involved in a romantic relationship. I didnít care if he liked me, I didnít try to please him in any way because, to me, he was just a friend, not ďa marriage prospect.Ē No lies, no mask, no hidden agenda.

He got to meet the honest, real me, and this was whom he eventually fell in love with. Authenticity is magnetic! Being genuine is a matter of choice, so I stopped explaining myself for what I want and for who I am.

If you also feel like wearing a mask when among people, I want you to know it is okay to be you. Your perfect imperfections make you special and unique.

Be your own kind of beauty. Stay true to your feelings, opinions, thoughts, and emotions. Live your own life, with no apologies and no regrets.

ďAuthenticity is the daily practice of letting go of who we think weíre supposed to be and embracing who we are.Ē ~ Brene Brown

2. Detach from other peopleís opinion of me.

Did you know that the fear of public speaking comes first among all kinds of fears? Even the fear of death comes second! Most people donít feel brave enough to show up in their vulnerability in front of others because theyíre focusing more on what people might think about them than on the message they want to convey. I was there in the past, and whenever I had to hold a speech at work, it felt like torture.

Seeking validation from others turns us into their prisoners. In reality, we canít control what other people feel or think, but we are in charge of our own actions, feelings, and thoughts.

When I know that what other people think of me does not define me, I set myself free from any judgment. What they see in me is their opinion. Some might perceive me as smart, funny, and talented. Others might think Iím an average public speaker or even a lousy one. To some, I might look pretty. To others, I might not. Itís all about their standards of beauty or intelligence, and it has nothing to do with me.

I do the best I know and the best I can every day. I love and approve of myself as I am, and other peopleís opinion or validation of me is neither required nor needed.

If this rings a bell with you, please know you cannot please everyone, no matter how much you might try. Other peopleís opinions of you are nothing but perception, filtered through their own lenses, expectations, or system of belief. Know you are worthy and beautiful, not because others think so, but because you decide to believe it.

ďWhen I seek your approval, I donít approve of the me thatís seeking the approval.Ē ~ Byron Katie

3. Set healthy boundaries with the outer world.

One of the most challenging things I had to learn was how to say no to things I didnít really want to do, without feeling selfish, guilty, or overly worried that I might hurt or upset someone else. I struggled with this in my personal relationships (like when I saw a movie in town on a Sunday because a good friend had asked, even though my body only wanted to sleep and recharge), but not only in this area of my life.

This was a challenge at work, as well, whether I was saying yes to tasks that were not part of my job profile or volunteering to take on new projects when I already had a lot on my plate. But one day, I decided to speak up for myself and see what happened. Surprisingly, everything was just fine when I started telling people what I needed.

To me, setting healthy boundaries was a learned practice, and hereís where I am today:

Saying no doesnít mean I dislike or reject the other person. I say yes to the person and no to the task. In reality, I know I canít disappoint anyone. People disappoint themselves with the expectations they set for whom they want me to be and what they expect me to do. Itís always their story. If they truly love me, they would understand.

We teach people how to treat us by deciding what we will and wonít accept. I ceased letting anyone take advantage of me. I am not a doormat. It is not my responsibility to entertain other people and make them happy. Whenever I offer people time, I give them a piece of my life.

Today, I spend my precious time with people who bring the best in me, who support me and accept me just the way I am. Relationships in which we need to pretend are toxic. If I donít feel at ease with people, I donít change myself; I change the people.

Setting boundaries in a relationship might look selfish to the outer world. In reality, it is a form of self-respect, self-love, and self-care.

ďNo one can make you feel you feel inferior without your consent.Ē ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

4. Assertive communication.

Often cases, I found it extremely difficult to say no only because because I didnít know how to express myself with clarity and confidence, fearing I could sound aggressive or impolite. I learned to say no with grace, without offending anyone.

Here are some simple formulas that always work well for me:

    It doesnít work for me right now.
    Iím not able to make it this Sunday/this week/month/year.
    Iíve got too much on my plate right now.
    Thank you for thinking of me, Iím sorry I canít at this time.
    Itís too bad Iím busy, but please let me know how it turns out.
    Perhaps another time, let me know what next week looks like for you.
    No thank you, but it sounds lovely.

ďWhen you say Yes to others, make sure you are not saying No to yourself.Ē ~ Paulo Coelho
5. Become my own best friend.

For my happiness, Iím in charge. I stopped expecting others to make me happy and to fulfill my needs and desires.

Iíve made myself a priority in my own life. I engage in activities that bring me joy. I do more things for my heart and soul. This way, I create happiness from the inside out instead of chasing it through other people.

It is not my husbandís responsibility to make me feel valued, cherished, loved, whole, and complete; itís mine.

Loving ourselves as a wholeómind, body, and soulóis not selfish; it is necessary. Being loved is a human need. However, being needy is something different. I came to understand that people who are taking good care of themselves are less dependent on the approval of others.

I pay attention to my self-talk. I eliminated disempowering words or thoughts from my repertoire: ďI am stupid,Ē ďI am too fat,Ē ďIím a failure,Ē ďIím not good enough.Ē

I treat myself with dignity and respect. I talk to myself kindly. I donít call myself names and I acknowledge myself for my achievements, for my willingness to learn and grow. This way, my cup of self-love is always full, and external praise comes as a bonus.

I practice the art of embracing praise. I take compliments gracefully instead of putting myself down, as if Iím unworthy of such a celebration. I enjoy when people compliment me but I am not dependent on them to feel good about myself.

ďItís not your job to like me; itís mine.Ē ~ Byron Katie

Once I decided to embrace myself with love and compassion, being alone didnít feel scary or hard, and I started to enjoy my own company.

Just think from this perspective: Out of everyone you know in the world, the only person that is always present in your life, non-negotiable, day and night, is you. So if you don't like being all by yourself, at least from time to time, you might need to work on the most important relationship you'll ever get in life: the one with yourself.

To some people, the need to be alone could also be a personality issue, as introverted persons want to charge their batteries from the inside out and don't always need to be surrounded by people. Meanwhile, I have met very extroverted people who suddenly didn't need to spend so much of their time with others and started focusing more on themselves.

Being liked and included and feeling a sense of belonging to a community are basic human needs. As defined by Descartes, humans are ďsocial animals.Ē However, many people use others as a diverting tool that helps them run from themselves.

I've been there as well in the pastóspending time with others to feel seen or included, or keeping the TV switched on all day long in my home, even if I wasn't watching. In reality, I was using that noise to run from my own thoughts and emotions.

When we have a harmonic relationship with ourselves, we no longer look to other people to fill holes in our self-esteem. We need people but we aren't emotionally needy. There's a big difference between the two.

ďYou can never feel lonely when you like the person youíre alone with.ď ~Wayne Dyer
clip Be careful who you associate with
June 03, 2018, 10:08:32 AM by Isaac Adeniran
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clip HOW BILLIONAIRES THINK
May 20, 2018, 10:11:47 AM by Isaac Adeniran
*HOW BILLIONAIRES THINK*



If your boss is paying you NGN 200,000 every month and you are saving all that money without touching a kobo, you would need to work
for 50 months to save 10 Million Naira.

It gets crazy if you want to become a Billionaire; say your boss pays you NGN 250,000 per month and you are saving all that money without touching a single kobo.

clip Motivation and Inspiration Magazine
May 13, 2018, 02:38:43 PM by Wale Adeleke
Motivation and Inspiration Magazine
clip Self development tips
May 12, 2018, 10:08:35 AM by Isaac Adeniran



SELF DEVELOPMENT TIPS

*1. Make friends with successful people and occasionally buy them gifts and surprise them with lunch because successful people always give and hardly get, so when you give them, they value the gift a lot*.

*2. Get a mentor and follow his instructions and respect the relationship. Never beg your mentor for money or disrespect his or her privacy.*

*3. Make new positive friends as often as possible and ensure you keep the communication line open. Create a network of friends and not just connections.*

*5. Show kindness to everyone. Some small boys today will be big boys tomorrow. The biggest dog in the neighbourhood was once a puppy. Keep the information/secret to yourself.*

*6. Always plan ahead and be proactive. He that plans the future works less in the future.*

*7. Listen to speeches and messages from great teachers, both religious and educational.*

*8. Attend seminars and trainings on any area you need to improve yourself - Train the trainer, personal development, public speaking, sales etc.*

*9. Have the habit of keeping a pen and a writing pad handy because ideas come in the form of flashes. The smallest pen is bigger and better than the biggest brain.*

*10. Make sure at every point in time you are reading a book. If you spend 20 minutes reading daily, for 52 weeks you would have consumed 1,000,000 words.*

*11.Stay away from television as much as possible. You can watch educational channels. Men with big TV sit in front of them to watch men with big libraries.*
clip 25 Inspirational Quotes for Overcoming Your Fear of Failure
May 01, 2018, 04:29:52 PM by abejoye






25 Inspirational Quotes for Overcoming Your Fear of Failure

By Tony Robinson

Fear is something that we all deal with, and it can prove to be crippling if you let it. Iíve talked about how I feel about failure, but just in case youíre struggling with it, Iíve put together this list of quotes to help inspire you.

I know that may be a reason why youíre reading this article, because you want inspiration. So Iím hoping this will do it for you.

I just want you to know that the itís okay to fail. No, itís a good thing to fail. Because it means that youíre trying. Itís mean youíre giving effort. It means youíre taking action. A life with little struggle is a life with little success. Embrace failure. Understand that itís a necessary thing on the path to success.

I really believe that when you feel that resistance, you feel the fear, thatís when you know itís something you should do.

So below are some of the best quotes I could find. Save these nuggets of wisdom and come back to them the next time you feel afraid of failing.
27 Amazing Perspectives to Help Deal With Your Fear

1) ďIíve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. Iíve lost almost 300 games. 26 times Iíve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. Iíve failed over and over and over again in my life and that is why I succeed.Ē Ė Michael Jordan

2) ďNever be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark; professionals built the Titanic.Ē Ė Anonymous

3) ďRemembering that Iíll be dead soon is the most important tool Iíve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything Ė all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure Ė these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.Ē Ė Steve Jobs
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