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August 04, 2018, 11:38:40 PM by Isaac Adeniran

As a Leader, beware that at one stage or the other in your business or association, you will find yourself dealing with the following groups of people. If you don't have wisdom to deal with them, your position and efforts are in danger.

1. *THOMAS GROUP* -They walk with you but they don't really believe in you. Though God can use you infront of them, they are not easily moved they take time to believe in you. These people can delay your vision and they are also not aware they are also delaying themselves. It's a struggle and a burden to lead people who don't believe in you.

2. *JUDAS  GROUP*- They walk with you but they have issues with you when God begins to bless you. They are not happy when things of great value are given to you. In short they are jealous of your success. When elevation comes they will say we are poor in the work place but the Boss is driving a BMW 5 series but we have people that are struggling financially in this workplace. They want you to drive a Toyota Tazz which will make them happy. They have serious issues if your life becomes better and better. They talk as if you don't  care about the poor. Hear these Leaders,  anyone  who is jealous about your prosperity in your workplace tomorrow he will betray you.

3. *ABSALOM  GROUP*- You give them opportunity to teach or lead and he begins to see himself as the Leader of the place, he believes he can teach and lead better than you. When he leads, he leads to prove a point that he is better than you,  he won't even mention you in his conversation. He works behind you to steal the hearts of people so that people will follow him. He will make people to feel they are neglected in your position. He will tell people he is there for them to help them anytime they need help. This one he is in competition with you , he believes he can be a better Leader than you . Tomorrow trust me he will split your followers.

4. *KORAH  GROUP*- This one will challenge your authority, he believes you are at the same level with everyone and he has issues when others give honor to you. He will say you are honoring this man too much. He has issues when you give instructions, he is rebellious and dangerous because he sees you as someone who is at the same level with him. He believes everyone is professional and everyone is educated so what is so special about you .

5. *HAM  GROUP*- This one he will expose your nakedness, the day you find yourself in a shameful act, He will tell everybody your weaknesses and he will be happy to expose your disaster .

6. *GEHAZI  GROUP*-He is with you but he will be collecting money from behind your back. He takes advantage that he is close to the Leader and use that to collect things from people. He borrows money from people and he does not pay them back. He goes to people to ask for financial assistance and make people feel you are not taking good care of him as he serves in the house.

7. *DEOTREPHES GROUP*- This one is too dangerous, he is famous in the workplace/group/association, he has power and influence and has a voice amongst the people. He speaks malicious words behind your back . He is poisonous, he can come with stories that can totally destroy your image as a Leader. He can come up with serious lies that cause people to leave your group. He will come with stories that you are using their money , you are sleeping with women and you are also using sangomas to sustain your position. His stories are very harmful and dangerous.

Therefore I pray that God will give you wisdom to deal with all these kinds of spirits because,  no Leader can rise to higher level of his calling until all these spirits have been dealt with in his environment,  and if you deal with them in a canal way you can cause more damage to yourself and your job. Depend on God and the Holy Spirit through prayers and you will overcome.

Please which group do you belong to?

May God help us to lead well and to be trustworthy followers.
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August 04, 2018, 01:51:09 PM by Isaac Adeniran

Millions of youths will be empowered from thousands of streets, hamlets, towns, cities, local councils and states nationwide.
We will empower thousands on youths in all state capitals and they will in turn empowers thousands in local councils on each state while those that will be empowered in local councils are expected to empower people in their villages and towns and localities




































clip Why Men of gold don't wear gold
July 30, 2018, 01:48:39 PM by Isaac Adeniran
Men of gold don't wear gold.

 By Sam Adeleke

Yesterday I had to visit somewhere and it was raining so I did not want to drive there since I was not too familiar with the road, so I parked my car somewhere close and used a keke (local tricycle).

While I was there I got a call from a long time friend reminding me of my promise to her husband over a job, so I quickly told her my location, and asked her to tell her husband to meet me up ASAP since I will be leaving town soon, but I told her to tell her husband to meet me up where I packed my car since that place was a popular land mark .

I don’t know her husband and we have never met before. As I sent her the address, she called me back and was so excited that I was even around her area which will make it easy for him because he did not even have transport to come out,things was that bad. So I told her that he should pick a drop and I will pay.

In other not to keep him stranded I had to start rushing back to where I packed my car. God, I even entered under the rain, cold, just to meet up with him so he will not be stranded. As I was walking under the rain I saw a keke and stopped it. The keke man asked me to beg the man inside, so I started begging. The man refused and said I was wet. I told him I will sit one side, and he refused, saying except I pay for both his fare and mine.

I agreed, then he allowed me. As I entered this man kept me uncomfortable, saying if my wet clothes touch him again I will get down. I just kept my cool until I finally got to my destination. I did not even reach until I stopped at the junction and paid then used my legs to walk to my car, since it was very close.

I was inside my car warming myself, then I got a call from my friend saying her husband was around, so I described my car and he came. I saw someone knocked on my car glass, wound down and it was this same man in a keke with me. Gosh!

I was suppose to pay the keke man, and recommend him for a job? Tears rolled down my eyes, I brought out N3,000, gave him, started my car and zoomed off. My friend has been calling and sending me messages, I had to block her. Be careful, many times men of gold don’t wear gold . Be nice.
Good Day and Have a Pleasant Week ahead

clip Smart Phone Addiction As A Social Nightmare and also Does This To Your Neck
July 26, 2018, 09:09:05 AM by Isaac Adeniran
Smart Phone  Addiction As A Social Nightmare and also Does This To Your Neck.

 We all have that friend who's constantly looking down at their cell phone. It's annoying, and it's rude, but it's so common. We live our lives online now, and our phones keep us connected.
Beyond the social complexities of dealing with your phone in groups or in public, there's actually a physical concern that's arising as well. More and more, doctors are talking about the ways our use of technology are hurting us. Here's how.
 "Text neck" or "tech neck" refers to neck and back pain experienced because a person looks down too much at their phone or other devices.   
    Our heads weigh between 10 and 12 pounds, and the gravitational pull when we look downward is about 60 pounds of pressure.

    This can lead to an incremental loss of the curvature of the cervical spine. But studies show there are other effects, too.   

          Posture affects mood, memory, and behavior, and it can also change bone and muscle development or the amount of oxygen we can breathe in. 


    Just taking the time to stand or sit up straight can lower stress in the body and make you feel more confident.   


 There's no way we're going to stop looking at our phones, but try improving your posture while you do. You just might find yourself in less pain and with a better attention span for the things that matter in life -- the people right in front of you.         
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July 26, 2018, 07:44:27 AM by abejoye
Differences between Hypnosis and Meditation

By Michael Salerno

Quite often I am asked, “What’s the difference between meditation and hypnosis?” While meditation and hypnosis can be similar in terms of the process utilized to achieve a relaxed state of mind and body, they differ in terms of the outcome.

Meditation is used to quiet the mind while hypnosis is used to program the mind.

Meditation seeks to quiet the mind and helps create a blank slate where you can release all of your cares and concerns. Meditation helps you recharge and rejuvenate, and it helps you ease stress. Hypnosis does all of those things and it has an even greater purpose: To reprogram the subconscious mind.

Hypnosis is a very common state of mind

Hypnosis is a very common state of mind that you achieve every time you get lost in a thought or allow your mind to wander. You can also achieve a hypnotic-like state while driving, which is called highway hypnosis. Anyone who has ever missed an exit on the highway because their mind was lost in a thought will be familiar with this concept. Hypnosis works by helping you reprogram your self-sabotaging, self-defeating behaviors and thoughts that keep you from achieving your goals. Hypnosis is typically used to help people stop smoking or lose weight, but it can be utilized for virtually anything you want to either eliminate or improve upon.
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July 24, 2018, 03:55:05 PM by Isaac Adeniran
“Goodbye, my darling” Heartbroken father gives last kiss to daughter killed by her mom
                       While most of us think of child abuse as being an issue that takes place between a father and his offspring, there are mothers who fail to love their children unconditionally and cause them harm as a result of their inability to properly parent.

         While the concept of unconditional motherly love might be ingrained on us as a society, there are mothers who fall far short of what it means to be a truly good parent. When two parents decide that they no longer want to be a couple, the child’s best interests need to be kept at heart….but this chilling story is a reminder of what can happen when they are not.
         Senad and his wife Sanda separated last year and when Sanda decided to move out to be with her new boyfriend, things took a very frightening turn. Her new boyfriend also had a children of his own and they decided that they would blend their families and start a life together.
     Arina, Senad and Sanda’s third daughter, chose to live with her mother and one day, her father noticed mysterious bruising on his child. Social services did not find any wrongdoing, but when Arina sustained further injuries, the police found that they were not consistent with her mother’s story of what took place.
Sanda and her boyfriend were charged with several offenses in the case and unfortunately, the little girl would eventually pass away as a result of her injuries. Her father was able to give her one last kiss before she passed away and the aforementioned couple has been imprisoned for their actions.

         Please share this story, so that awareness can be raised about the prevalence of child abuse. No child deserves to die at the hands of a loved one that they trust implicitly and while this story did not have a happy ending, we can band together to make sure there are none like this in the future.
xx Police wouldn’t do it, so kidnap victim’s family kicked down door and killed abd
July 24, 2018, 03:27:59 PM by Isaac Adeniran
Police wouldn’t do it, so kidnap victim’s family kicked down door and killed abductor

 Despite the fact that the cops had been called, this family felt that the cops were not taking their kidnapping case seriously enough. That’s when they decided to take matters into their own hands…   
   Back in 2013, the victim’s cousin found the abandoned house where his kidnapped relative had been taken and kicked the door in! He then entered the house, shot and killed her kidnapper. Detectives on the case say that the shooting has been ruled a justifiable homicide by the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Department.       The man (cousin) claims to have heard screams coming from the abandoned house where he thought his cousin was being held. Sheriff’s Capt. Kip Judice says that he broke the door down and saw the kidnapper stabbing his 29-year-old cousin Bethany Arceneaux. He drew his legally-owned handgun and fired several shots.
The kidnapper turned out to be Scott Thomas. Arceneaux had a restraining order out against him, after the two had parted ways years ago.
       Arceneaux was injured from the initial stab wound that Thomas inflicted before being shot. She was hospitalized and expected to recover. Arceneaux disappeared Wednesday night and Thomas’ car was found at the same time abandoned behind a cane field.
Police say they did a search in the area around the cane field with bloodhounds, but came up with nothing. That’s when the family decided to canvas the area themselves Thursday and Friday, looking around abandoned buildings where the kidnapper might have taken her.
July 23, 2018, 03:59:36 AM by abejoye

```Whatever will be will not be; you have to make it be. You have a part to play in what will be in your life, so don't leave it to chance.```

```Why settle for half bread when you can get  a full bread or even own a bakery. This is a limiting belief that positions you to settle for less and it is a mediocre to philosophy.```

```A fool at any age can be a fool forever if he refuses to let go of his foolishness. It is never too late to become wise because the day you wake up and wise up is the day you CHANGE!```

```Yes! Physical fingers in your hands are not equal but that does not make any of them valueless. Lose one and you realise that they are all valuable. You are not even a finger, so why look down on yourself.```

```If you are below forty and believe this, I feel so sorry for you because it means you are not yet alive.``` 

```Is your age coming down? Is your wisdom and knowledge coming down? Is the price of goods coming down? Think my friend!```

```Why laugh last when you can laugh always and why laugh best when laughter is not a competition. When we programmed ourselves with these strange philosophies, they limit and restrict us.```

```Change the way you think and talk..
You will change your world.
You have the opportunity to RECREATE YOUR WORLD``

Hope you find it inspiring?
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July 08, 2018, 10:41:09 AM by Isaac Adeniran
How to criticise a person without being critical

by David Woodsfellow Ph.D.

Defensiveness is a serious problem. According to Dr. John Gottman, it’s one of four patterns – criticism, defensiveness, contempt, and stonewalling – that lead to divorce.

Defensiveness is also very frustrating. You may feel this when you’re trying to make a point, and it seems like your partner isn’t really listening to you.

Maybe they’re too busy explaining that you misunderstood.
Or clarifying their intentions.
Or making excuses.
Or saying you caused it.
Or saying you do it too.
Or pointing out something else you do wrong.

This kind of defensiveness is a bad habit. It needs to change. And, luckily, there’s a simple way to do that. I’ll tell you how in a minute.

But first, there’s a different problem to discuss. It’s the one on the other side.

Defensiveness is often a response to criticism. The worst-case scenario would be if your criticism led to their defensiveness. And now their defensiveness is leading back to your next criticism. Which will lead to their next defense.

This can happen all too easily. In a few minutes defensiveness and criticism can escalate, and turn into contempt and and stonewalling. That’s not good.

A cycle like this can go on indefinitely – for weeks, months, or years. Couples who bicker constantly can be this cycle for decades. That’s not a happy life.

You want to nip this pattern in the bud. If you don’t like your partner’s defensiveness, make sure that you’re not causing it by being critical.

How do you do this?

First, when you need to talk about a problem, make a soft start. Don’t “blow them out of the water” to get their attention. Don’t initiate the conversation with an abrupt, loud, or angry remark. Instead, use a soft tone, say that you want to talk, and ask “When would be a good time?” Get their consent. Make an appointment. Wait till then.

Second, figure out how to turn your criticism into a request. Criticisms are about the past; requests are about the future. Criticisms are about negatives; requests are about positives. Shift from a past negative to a future positive.

For instance, instead of the criticism, “You never lock the door!” you could use the request, “For the next week, would you be sure to lock the door every day?”

You’ll figure out what they could do, going forward, that would help. You’ll be addressing the solution, not just the problem. When you make a request like this, people are much less likely to be defensive.

Now, I’ll tell you the cure for defensiveness. It’s a great method to put into practice. It really works well. If you choose to do it, things will go better, and you’ll be happier.

It's pretty easy to do yourself. But it might not be so easy to teach this to someone else – even if they need to learn it. Sometimes the teaching process becomes a fight.

This method is good to do, easy to model, hard to teach. Maybe it would be best to start by just doing it yourself.

The cure for defensiveness is to find some part of a request or criticism that you can honestly take some responsibility for. And talk about that first.

You might not agree with all of it. But find some part of it that you can acknowledge in good faith. Address that part first.  Stay on that topic until your partner experiences some relief. Don't shift to other parts too soon.

As an example, If my wife says, “You’re working too many hours, like you always do.” I shouldn’t say Response 1: “Well, I wouldn’t have to work so late, if you’d do more."  I should say Response 2: “That’s true, honey, I have been working late.”

Response 1 leads to a fight.  Response 2 doesn’t lead to a fight.
Response 1 is defending and turning-around.  Response 2 is acknowledging some part of the criticism.

In summary, if your partner’s too defensive, make sure you’re not being too critical. The cure for defensiveness is taking responsibility for some part of the criticism. The cure for criticism is soft starts, and turning criticisms into requests.

June 12, 2018, 11:26:51 AM by Isaac Adeniran

When younger we make various choices without the future in mind. Sometimes those choices bite us in our mid-life. These are some of the things one might regret when they're older.

1. *Marrying the wrong person*

When you're young, check your motives for marrying. Don't marry to copy your peers, or for social standing or out of pressure. Marry for love and companionship, marry the right person, marry your best friend. For if you marry the wrong person or for the wrong reasons, you will have to put up with that person the rest of your life. Things might get worse between you two; then depression, physical abuse, affairs, pain, shame, court cases, bitterness will define your mid-life years all because you chose the wrong one. Things will get worse when children are involved. Make the right choice of a spouse when you are young.

2. *The opportunities you did not seize*

When you are younger many doors will open, you will get many chances. Many young people let these opportunities go because of fear, laziness, or pride; yet well younger and with more energy is the best time to start a venture and a name for yourself. Some think the opportunities are too big for them. Take advantage of them or one day when you're older you will want to go back and grab those missed chances.

3. *The bridges you burned*

When we are younger, we care little for relationships, what most think about is getting money and moving up the ladder of success at all cost. Many use and trample on people to progress, they take relationships for granted, messing up bonds, sleeping with people for personal gain. But these bad actions will catch up with you ahead. When you will realize how empty life is without love and friends. When you will have success but no one around you or no one to trust you.

4. *The child you aborted*

You are a young lady, you get pregnant and you are scared. You take the aborting option quickly thinking of that moment then. But when you are much older, you will look back and wish you kept that baby. When you will be rich and successful you will wish that child you gave up on would be around to enjoy the fruits of your hard work. Being a single mother doesn't mean you can't make it in life or you can't find a man in future.

5. *The child you rejected*

Young man, you impregnated a woman, she told you she's pregnant with your child. You rejected her and the baby and ran. But years later when you're 50 something, you will wish you were responsible, you will wish you manned up and became a father to that child. You will see that child excel and become an adult but will have no claim to that grown child who you rejected from the beginning. You will regret being a Dead Beat Dad by choice

6. *The marriage you destroyed*

So you get married to your good fiance; the first months in marriage were good but shortly after, with your money and charm, you started having affairs. You became unfaithful. Your spouse begged you to stop, your children started hurting, your marriage was collapsing. One day when you are older, it will hit you how foolish you were to destroy the good marriage you had began to build for mere temporary thrills in affairs that did you no good. You will realize the damage you caused to your children and spouse.

7. *The God you disowned*

When you are much older you become wiser, God becomes more real as you see life in a more meaningful way. But don't wait to get older to start enjoying a relationship with God. Know God when you are young, build your future with God. Don't be a young rebel who runs back to God when age catches up.
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