happiness

“Like anything worth doing in life, happiness takes time and patience and consistency.” – Mark Manson

Why We Must Be Grateful To Society (Even When It Is Not Perfect)

There is a strong temptation to be ungrateful to society due to its imperfection, but we must exercise gratitude because society lays the foundation for the order (law, commerce, democracy, etcetera) and whatever privileges we enjoy (including access to clean water, the internet, education, and even the “peace” we enjoy).

Why Are We Talking About Mental Health (In Nigeria)?

We must talk about mental health not just because it informs and encourages those with (or at risk of) mental health crises to seek help (or do something), but because ignoring it permits (and in some cases worsens) avoidable suffering.

What Makes You Special As A Person? [The Secret To Maximizing Your Lifes Potentials Using The 95/5 Rule]

The desire to be considered special isn’t something we learn; it is rather something inherent inside of us – it is deep-rooted in our psyche, just as much as the craving for food. But here is the question, are we special in any practical sense? If this desire and belief that we are special are shared by so many, is there truly any special person? And most importantly, What makes you special as a person?

How Loneliness Kills And How To Overcome It

Do you ever feel alone even in the midst of friends and family? Do you feel like no one understands you? Maybe because when you try to speak – to express yourself – they quickly hijack the conversation by raining down endless advice on you…

THE KAIZEN PRINCIPLE: The Secret To Staying One Move Ahead In Life

competition is inevitable. There is a dire need to step up, to stay above the water, to survive… And Kaizen is how you do it. Life requires that you stay ahead. Because, if you’re not doing better than the Tigers, then you would be Tiger food. If you are not doing better than the snakes, you would be homeless. Even the rodents are in competition for your food. We are left with only one choice: “stay one move ahead”