Have you ever heard of the age-long maxim that you can’t give what you don’t have?
Your needs matter, your goals matter, your dreams matter, your life matters, and your happiness matters. Make yourself a priority; you are worth it.
The easiest way to assassinate your dreams is to surround yourself with people of questionable character.
Counting and magnifying other people’s faults and mistakes don’t make you a saint or better than them.
I have realized the truth in my 10 years of teaching that the easiest way to make a teacher produce good results is simply to make them feel good about themselves.
Sometimes, the greatest thing that will ever happen to some of us is rejection!
You don’t get to determine whether you are touching people inappropriately or not, they do!
I always tell my mentees never to quit because once you learn how to quit, it becomes a habit! Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.
Someone once said, “Not everyone you lose is a loss”, but the truth is losing some people can actually be a major loss in our lives!
Sleep is universal, but how productive we become in sleep is personal. Take ample of time to sleep and rest, but make sure you put your sleeping time to maximum and productive use.
I have come to discover over the years that we will only shine in the area of our gifting.
Trying to change a ‘lefty’ to a right-handed person is a form of ‘instalmental’ death.
We need to sincerely and continually do what I will like to call ‘Word Audit’.
Forgiving is not for others. It is for you. Forgiving is not forgetting. It is remembering without anger.
One of the most amazing thing in life is how we often end up finding ‘greatness’ in the unlikeliest of places!
The unknown is a magical place where dreams come true and life happens.