Thursday, June 22, 2006



  • Well I'm not really a fashoin frick but I love being cute so you'll see my shoes arranged on the last layer. Though sometimes may be found scattered especially when I'm in a hurry.
  • Another thing you'll find is my casuals on the second layer. Most of my dressings are casuals though sometimes I dress coporate but that depends on where I am going to like church especially.
  • My books are piled up on one side just that I really have'nt got the strenght to sort them out and arrange them cus I have piece of papers scattered everywhere.
  • I won't forget to mention my tambourine which I love playing in church.
  • what next? Ok. My international passport kept savely cus I can't afford loosing it.


  • First is the box of chocolate my best friend bought for me when we went shopping during last weekend. I can't share with you so don't bother asking for some.(you think I'm stingy? only on the stuffs from my best friend.)
  • A bottle of la casera drink mearnt for drinking after dinner tonight.
  • Bowl of stew mearnt for rice tommorrow cus that's my best food.
  • Vegetables just for me alone cus no member of my family likes vegetable except me.
  • Lot's of other stuffs which belong to other members of my family.


  • I'm not a makeup person so I've got only my powder and lipbalm.
  • My drivers licence which is always there.
  • I'm very conscious of my phone being in there so I don't have to leave it when going out.
  • Some money to buy things when needed
  • And of course my handkerchief.


  • My laptop is my companion. It has it's place right behind the driver's seat.
  • CD's I listen to especially when driving alone to ease boredom.
  • An umbrella incase it rains.
  • My handbag always beside me.
  • A pack of sweets for whosoever will.

It's fun when you are being tagged. I'll tag the first 5 that comments on this. Who is the lucky one?

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Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Just Over Broke-(JOB)

I was surfing the net sometime ago when I came across an arricle which was all about looking for a job. What actually attracted me was the definition of the word.It was interestingly defined as just over broke and after reading the article, I saw sense in what the man said and decided to share it with you. It is a common trend to see a student graduating and all he or she has in mind is leaving school and going about looking for a job. None but few has in mind of going to create jobs. Like the situation here in nigeria where the number of people looking for jobs is almost outnumbering that of those who has. Even if you get a job, how much are you going to be paid? Is your pay worth what you are giving in?. I have never thought of graduating and going to look for job. I talked with a man whom I met at a shopping mall last week and ( not to my surprise anyway) he told me that he graduateD in 1992 but couldn't get a job till 2000. Imagine living 8 years without a job and getting in 2000 was at a small restaurant. Guest what his job is? A cleaner.Think of owning your own business and the freedom that goes with it. This has made me conclude that job is modernised slavery. Do you think so?

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Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Guest Of The Week-Stephen.R.Covey

Stephen R. Covey is chairman and founder of Covey Leadership Center, a worldwide, leadership development firm. He is author of the phenomenally successfull best-seller The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, with over 6 million copies sold in 32 languages. Dr. Covey is respected internationally as an author, lecturer, teacher and leadership mentor. For more than 30 years, he has trained thousands of leaders in business, industry, education, and government. Dr. Covey's expertise encompasses the fields of personal relations, organizational development, management and leadership.Dr. Covey has served as an officer and board member of several corporations, an administrative assistant to the president of Brigham Young University, a visiting professor at the University of Utah and at Belfast Technical College, as well as a popular faculty member for the Young President's Organization. He is married to Sandra Merrill Covey, and they are the parents of nine children. Do you think you can be as great as this man or even greater? You are challenged.

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Quote Of The Week

"Business is a game. The minute you think of it any differently it ceases to be fun and immediately begins to control your life and ultimately drives you crazy with wild obsessions & eventually ruins your family life. Keep things in perspective. First family, second friends, and third your business. Practice this and you'll be much happier for it. And your business will be much happier as well."
-- Josh S. Hinds

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Monday, June 19, 2006

Just For You Father.

Yesterday was fathers day and I hope you must have made your father feel very important.I actually didn't remember yesterday was their day until I woke in the morning and heard our neighbour saying "happy father's day" to her daddy. I was then it dawned on me and I began telling every married person I see father's day wishes. Not meaning to intrude into your family affair but permit me to ask what you gave or said to him. Did you give him a surprise package or said those powerful words like "You are great Daddy" ,"You have a special place in my heart", "You are the best Daddy on the face of the earth". Even if you don't have a gift for him, this lovely words will make him feel appreciated and proud of you. As for me, my Daddy travelled and came back in the night so tired but when I started showering him with the most lovely words , he suddenly regained sttrenght. What you said or gave him made a great impact on his life.

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Sunday, June 18, 2006

Passing Over Opportunities Repeatedly

We all have different views of what being poor is all about.I attended a network seminar recently and a question was asked on how to differentiate the poor from the rich.W hile everybody were busy giving different definitions of a being poor, a man got up from the audience and defined poor as ''Passing Over Opportunities Repeatedly. That's quite interesting I thought as the man began explaining that the poor are so because they keep passing over opportunities simply because they thought the opportunity will come in a big way so they overlooked it when reverse was the case. I certainly agreed with the man as that is actually what is happening in our society today and I decided to share it with you.Grab every opportunity you have and see yourself in the rich "league".

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Thursday, June 15, 2006

Face The situation

There are many obstacles on the road to success but when you encounter any, face it instead of running away from it. I have learnt to face problems instead of allowing them to overwhelm me. We went camping on the last week of the month of May to a place called Badagry on the outskirts of lagos. It was packed full of fun and on the night we had a singalong service, my friend left the camera we were supposed to use in the room. Being in the auditorium, somebody had to go get it but the question was who would go? It was actually very late as it was 2:20 am and poor me had to go get it because others were scared. Well, I went trekking to the room but on the way, I noticed a figure standing which looked like that of a man.Honestly, I was frightened at first but later thought '' What is this man looking for at this time of the night''. Instead of running back as I earlier wanted to, I decided to act bold ( though I wasn't) so I kept walking. Funny enough, I got closer to the figure and gush!!! It was just a flower tree. It sounds funny though but that is how it is running away from problems and difficulties not knowing it is only a flower tree.What if I had ran away, I would have been saying I saw a man. Difficulties look like this giant but come closer and see it's nothing.

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Monday, June 12, 2006

Busy Week

Here comes another lovely week but I'm so unfortunate Because it's going to be a very busy one for me but I'll endeavour to make the best out of it.I have lot of music notes to copy and oops! I almost forgot my choir notes too. Waking up everyday bearing in mind that once it's 12:noon, lesson starts because I'm preparing for an exam which means I really have to study hard.Poor me I have lots of chores for the week. This week is actually going to be tight unlike last week that I had lots of free time. I'm not being lazy but... at least if I can have somebody to help out, that'll be great. How is you week going to be, busy? Comeon, we are going to put in our best into all we will be doing. Ready...

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Saturday, June 10, 2006

You Have Your Choice To Make

There are only two ways of bringing brightness into your world either change your attitude or open the closed doors of your brain"This holds true in all our lives we all deserve a good & peaceful life, full of happiness. Our struggle to lead a better life and to grow everyday, both professionally and personally is highly appreciable time and again we face situations which are highly abstruse, stress building and killer of our enthusiasm and high morale.There are many ways of handling such situations but effective handling and analyzing is imperative to counteract, come to a conclusion which basically satisfies our conscience the mirror of truth, further enhancing our self confidence and high esteem.This will happen only when our attitude towards life is changed, our thinking process is towards a side which is extremely positive drawing our attention to things which we actually ignore, widening our focus to observe, understand and act accordingly.

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Friday, June 09, 2006

Food For Thought

"Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice. It is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved."
-- Jeremy Kitson

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Thursday, June 08, 2006

Cultivate The Habbit Of Forgiveness.

It's just so bad if you can't forgive when you are wronged. I experienced such act of unforgiveness when I had a little misunderstanding with a friend. Although it was so obvious she was at fault, I apologised for yelling at her but she just held on to it and refused talking to me. Infact, she avoided me like a palgue but poor me, I don't even know how to keep malice so all I did was to pray for her and guess what? my prayer was answered as she chiped in to my discussion as she has never done since then. Pls let's cultivate the habbit of not taking things personal and at least learn to forgive as even the Bible condemns malice.

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Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Take Actions Now.

Anything you want to accomplish will only be done by bold and decisive action. Wishing won't bring it about. Neither will dreaming. Nor will hoping. Nor will just talking about it. Nope, you must ACT.What is it you want from life? Tell me. Be specific. Be clear. Think about it. Strategize. Just thinking of it makes it to be a mere wish but writting it down makes you to be more focused and ready to Act. There is only one thing: ACTION. Will you succeed? Will you achieve your dreams? Will you live the life that you want? Only you can make that decision because only you can decide whether or not you will act. My friends, life rewards action. Your actions do not need to be perfect. They just need to be. And then they get rewarded with success. With achievement. Accomplishment. You have the power within you to lead YOUR life as you see it. There is only one question you must answer for yourself: Will I act?

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Friday, June 02, 2006

Guest Of The Week-Norman Vincent Peale

Norman Vincent Peale (May 31, 1898 – December 24, 1993) was a Christian preacher and author (most notably of The Power of Positive Thinking) and a progenitor of the theory of "positive thinking".Peale was born in Bowersville, Ohio and died in Pawling, New York. He was educated at Ohio Wesleyan University, and Boston University.Raised as a Methodist and originally ordained as a Methodist minister in 1922, Peale changed his religious affiliation to the Reformed Church in America in 1932, and began a 52-year tenure as pastor of Marble Collegiate Church in Manhattan. During that time the church's membership grew from 600 to over 5,000, and he became one of New York City’s most famous preachers.In 1945, Dr. Peale, his wife, Ruth Stafford Peale, and Raymond Thornburg, a Pawling, New York businessman founded Guideposts Magazine, a non-denominational forum for celebrities and ordinary people to relate inspirational stories. Though he wrote much -- including 46 "inspirational" books -- The Power of Positive Thinking remains by far his most widely read work. First published in 1952, it has sold around 20 million copies and translated into 41 different languages. Some of his other best known works include The Art of Living, A Guide to Confident Living, The Tough-Minded Optimist, and Inspiring Messages for Daily Living. In 1947, Peale co-founded -- with educator Kenneth Beebe -- “The Horatio Alger Association.” This organization aims to recognize and honor Americans who have been successful in spite of difficult circumstances they have faced.

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Quote Of The Week.

Any fact facing us is not as important as our attitude toward it, for that determines our success or failure. The way you think about a fact may defeat you before you ever do anything about it. You are overcome by the fact because you think you are.
Norman Vincent Peale

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