Sunday , 23 July 2017

Personal development

Throwback 2008 – My First Blog!

Never despise the days of your little beginning. Dream big, but start small. I was searching for something online today and came across my very first blog that I started 8 years ago! I was so excited! I had started the weight loss blog in 2008 as a student and posted a few articles as an experiment. I was more ... Read More »

INSTALLING NEW “HABIT WARES”

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act but a habit” -Aristotle I like to think of taking up new habits and dumping old less desirable ones the same way I look at installing and uninstalling software into my computer. It is not as easy as that but looking at it that way makes it easier ... Read More »

Are you a Jailer? Set them Free!

First Published: April 3, 2010 There are few things that can rob you of joy, power, vision and focus as much as being unforgiving. As human beings, when we are wronged, there is a tendency to keep a grudge, sometimes indefinitely. While it’s not an easy task, it is necessary we forgive for our own good. When we fail to ... Read More »

7 key lessons from the Prison yard

This weekend, I had the opportunity of speaking to the inmates of Yenagoa Prisons, Bayelsa state, Nigeria. While, I have visited a number of Prisons around Nigeria; usually to help the inmates to keep hope alive through the gospel and medical care to the inmates, I have never spent so many hours behind the walls of any prison yard as ... Read More »

The ABC of Blogging

In our dotcom world today, almost everything is going online. A website is no longer reserved for big fortune 500 companies. Now Individuals, Organizations and Businesses need websites for different purposes. While a company might want to sell and promote its products and services online, an Individual may just be interested in airing his opinions about different topical issues. He ... Read More »

One woman’s stand on hope; Sewing Hope!

http://www.sewinghope.com/ One woman’s stand on hope. In gross darkness, light shines brighter. Sewing hope, stitching lives one stitch after another. Watch this amazing video of an African woman who has helped thousands of girls to Keep Hope Alive and inspired millions around the world. I was almost moved to tears watching the video. The story of Sister Mary Nyirumbe in ... Read More »

“MY TRUE LIFE STORY” By Dr Obieze

MY TRUE LIFE STORY: In December 2009, I walked into the emergency department of Federal Medical Center, Owerri, Nigeria I had just started my internship. I was not on call but I was just passing through to check on my patients. I saw a man, he wasn’t my patient, but he was in bad shape, gasping, humbled in the face ... Read More »

Someday is here and now!

Someday, I’ll go to school Someday, I’ll learn a skill Someday, I’ll learn Chinese Someday, I’ll ask her out Someday, I’ll settle down Someday, I’ll tuck the kids Someday, I’ll quit my job Someday, I’ll be my Boss Someday, I’ll run a web Someday, I’ll write a book Someday, I’ll trot the globe Someday, I will live my dreams Someday, ... Read More »

Quelle heure est-il? (What time is it?)

From the desk of ND Egwim: On a visit to some of my relatives home, I observed a funny scenario. My Aunt asked my little cousin, “Baby, check the wall clock and tell me what time it is”. The chubby little man replied instantly without bothering to check “Mum, it’s time for lunch!” We all burst into uncontrollable fits of ... Read More »