Tuesday, September 29, 2009


"Work is not primarily a thing one does to live, but the thing one lives to do.
It is or it should be the full expression of the worker's faculties, the thing in which he finds spiritual, mental, and bodily satisfaction, and the medium in which he offers himself to God."
~ Dorothy Sayers, Creed or Chaos

"We hold the key to our financial freedom, but instead we choose to justify our captivity.
As long as we rationalize our need to be in control, money will always be our master."
~ Larry Julian, GOD IS MY SUCCESS.

"A glimpse of the next three feet of road is more important and useful than a view of the horizon."
~ C. S. Lewis

"Joy of life seems to me to arise from a sense of being where one belongs.... All the discontented people I know are trying to be something they cannot do.
Contentment, and indeed usefulness, come as the infallible result of great acceptances, great humilities--of not trying to make ourselves this or that, but of surrendering to the fullness of life--of letting life flow through us."
~ David Grayson

Monday, August 10, 2009


Why do some people succeed in almost everything and others fail at every first attempt to even try? "WHY?"

The psychologists and educationists, including teachers and other experts drawing references from a research reports confirmed that the discovery of the innate ability of a person and choice of academic discipline is a major determinant in the academic and overall performance of an individual. Some quipped, "There are many frustrated medical doctors, hundreds of unfulfilled lawyers, thousands of disillusioned engineers and uncountable professionals underutilising their potential in the world. They are frustrated not for lack of academic ability but for their failure to discover their innate ability before chosen their courses of study in school."

Moreso, giving it a broader view one would discover that some of those who drop out of schools are not necessarily dumb-bells as there are definitely a few who saw the classrooms a prison without bars and could not adapt to such passive learning environment and so therefore pursue their desire for an alternative education methods that pays more attention to talent development than just skill acquisition.
Capt. Bobb Webb quoted, "People who make top wages have a career that is in harmony with their natural talents, in a work environment that inspires them to expand their knowledge."

Taking a look at people like Helen Keller, Tiger Wood, Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, Michael Jackson, Henry Ford, Madam C. J. Walker and others. These are people whose flickering light of talent turned out to become a beacon of light to the world. Most people only joined in celebrating their victory without taking a look back into their tests and trials of the beginning, especially their educational struggles.

My call to the government, the educationists, psychologists, professionals and experts, and parents is that we all must wake up to re-invent an interactive project-oriented educational system structures that allows the individual to discover, explore, nurture, and utilise to the maximum their innate talent without necessarilly been pushed to adapt to the general classroom method.
Instead of the society labelling those who are failing as failures, we should start looking into them to see that new gadget that is waiting to be built, that author that is waiting to be published, that athlete that is waiting to win medals. And to see that hero that is waiting to be celebrated.
We must look beyond their flaws and focus on their possibilities. Look beyond their deformity and consider their unmitigated inner ability.

Together we must thrust our hands into one another as we run the miles reaching towards the place where talents and creativity sparks up to become as bright as the sunshine. We can get there. Yes! We can. And surely, we will.

Written by: Ebenezer O. Akinrinade

Thursday, August 6, 2009


Are you still existing in your world of dreams and fantasies? Or are you already making your life a reality?
Do you know that life most urgent question is simply, "What are you doing right now with your time?"
It is indeed a painful reality that many are living their lives fulfilling other people's dreams which according to an article written by Jim Rohn titled "Achieving Your Dream" which I read online sometimes ago, there was a striking statement which I penned down wherein it was stated that: "If you don't design your life plan, chances are you will fall into someone else's plan. And guess what they may have planned for you? Not much."
Even Will Rogers once said: "Even if you're on the right track, you won't get anywhere if you're standing still." One truth we mus learn is that for those who become winners are people who constantly reflect on what they desire to achieve, make workable plans, and eliminate the rest. They make choices in regard to the priorities of the moment.
You must not allow distractions, negative talk or low self-esteem rule out your goal. Rather you should engrave upon your heart those thoughts that will pull you forward and help to unleash a creative force that can overpower any obstacles in your way.
To live in the moment is not to win at everything at every first attempt but it is more about maintaining a balanced focus on achieving your overrall destiny in life.
Now is the time for you to "Use Your Mind" and start "Living The Moments of Your Life."

Written by: Ebenezer O. Akinrinade

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Manage Your Health. Manage Your Life!

It seems like you hear it all the time from nearly every one you know – “I’m SO stressed out!” Pressures abound in this world today. Those pressures cause stress and anxiety, and often we are ill-equipped to deal with those stressors that trigger anxiety and other feelings that can make us sick. Literally, sick.

The statistics are staggering. One in every eight Americans age 18-54 suffers from an anxiety disorder. This totals over 19 million people! Research conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health has shown that anxiety disorders are the number one mental health problem among American women and are second only to alcohol and drug abuse by men.

In fact, stress is more dangerous than we thought. You've probably heard that it can raise your blood pressure, increasing the likelihood of a stroke in the distant future, but recently a health insurance brochure claimed that 90 percent of visits to a primary care physician were stress-related disorders.

Stress is a part of daily life. It’s how we react to it that makes all the difference in maintaining our health and well-being. Pressures occur throughout life and those pressures cause stress. You need to realize that you will never completely get rid of stress in your life, but you can learn coping techniques to turn that stress into a healthier situation.

While analytical thinking is an excellent trait, if it's done in excess you never get to stop and smell the roses because you're too busy trying to analyze everything and everyone around you. Gaining insight into this type of behavior is one of the most important keys to letting go of stress, and getting complete power over your anxiety.

This may be hard for you to listen to, as the truth sometimes hurts a great deal. But the insight you will get from others' assessment of you is invaluable, and you'll know precisely how others see you. Accept their comments as helpful info, and know that you will gain amazing insights from what you hear and perceive.

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