Hi You! My dear reader. How are you really doing?? Today I am just going to do a quick highlights of blogposts since year 2020 that I think you can catch up on and really learn from. In no particular order; Productivity The Last Quarter of 2020 - This blogpost shares a reflective exercise to… Continue reading Blogposts Recap
There is something about a new month, new week, new day etc. It really just brings this ray of hope and the feeling of 'I can try again.' It is the start of the second half of the year and there is that euphoria, almost like at the beginning of the year. A lot of… Continue reading Riding on the Waves of Newness
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
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.
Hi and welcome back. How are you really doing? I actually want to know. Leave me a comment or you can email me (email@example.com) if you wanna talk further This week, I want to share some lessons from a book I read recently -Unmask your beauty by Adedoyin Omotara. You can find the book here… Continue reading Unmask your Beauty | 10 lessons on Self-discovery and Transformation
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.