Are there days you feel overwhelmed with a barrage of emotions? Hurt, anger, frustration, pain all at once or back to back it feels like it's all happening at the same time? If yes, this blog post might help.
Hey! Hello! Hi! How have you been? and how is the month of MAY going for you? So, I have been watching SUITS for a couple of months now (lol yes, I am so late to the party) but here is the gist - I am so fascinated by the lawyers. I am like; woot!,… Continue reading “Yes! You Will Be Judged” | Dealing with Imposter Syndrome
Support systems do not ALWAYS have to be mushy mushy, lovey-dovey, gummy-gooey, bestfriend type of relationships
You want clarity on what next to do? Start to pay attention. If you have asked the Holy Spirit to direct you, key into His direction.
So earlier this week, there was this tweet by @aproko_doctor stating that your wife is your priority and comes before any one else when you are married. There were quite some interesting comments under the tweet. I will highlight two responses and give my thoughts on this.
Sometimes the things that have brought us thus far can only take us so far and not farther. We would need to access higher wisdom to go farther. This is why periodically assessing and evaluating our lives is important. You do not want to be surprised like I was.
Guess who recently saw Wonder woman? Me *inserts victory dance GIF* Thanks to two beautiful ladies. Anyway I enjoyed the movie and I'd highlight one of the scenes that stood out for me. Sorry, might add some spoilers here. There was a scene where father and son finally meet again, this time with the dad… Continue reading Wonder Woman and God’s Love
This goes to say that clarity a lot of times comes with the motion. The rough idea you have is the best starting point. As you act on the little, the next steps to take start to show up.
Last week, I shared about my dealings with the fixed and growth mindset plus why I started working towards the growth mindset. Simply put, a growth mindset enables you grow and get better while a fixed mindset keeps you stuck and unable to push yourself. In this post, I'd share in more details five practices to help you commit to your growth.
According to Carol Dweck, people with the fixed mindset believe that intelligence is set in stone, would rather not expose their weaknesses and definitely avoid any challenges. People with the growth mindset on the other hand, believe that intelligence or smartness can be cultivated and see difficulties as learning opportunities.