Heeelooo my beautifull____(I almost said top-teners.) That’s what happens when you spend a lot of time watching Rebecca Felgate on Amazing Top Ten. Hmmn, but what name can we give ourselves now? Yadians? Yard people (in Timi Dakolo’s voice), Yads? Yadas? You guys should help me out here. Let me know the one you like.
First, I’d like to say a big thank you to Christy Ojo for taking time out to write today’s post. Like me, she is also a recent graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University where she studied Microbiology. Christy is a bag of plenty talents and as a new writer for Yadayada, I’m glad to have her on board. You guys will get to know her better with time. For now, I’ll just gonna stop talking and let you learn from her answers to question no 5:
Yesterday, I made the most shocking discovery. I CAN’T ACTUALLY WRITE IN A MOVING BUS! like seriously. I tried writing this post on the ride home from work (yes, I do write before typing . . . most times) and my handwriting was all over the place like I was using my left hand. It was absolutely frustrating but thank God for the hold-up. If not.
Heeeellllo you! I hope you are fine. Personally, I’m not. Something happened this morning that kinda weighed me down. So, I was critiqued on something I do with all my heart and it really pained me. However, I’m learning that sometimes, on our journey to becoming excellent at work, fulfilling purpose, being great spouses to someborri or great parents, we’ll get critiqued and corrected (maybe even on the things we thought we were doing right). It is so so easy to get weighed down but lets learn instead to work round these feelings, take corrections, apply them and use them to our advantage. Wow! so much for a digression! Oya, let’s get right into today’s question: Why Am I Doing The Things I’m Doing?
Hi guys, this is the second question of the Becoming series. Today, I’m answering the question “Can I really Do This Thing I should Be Doing?” and I’m assuming that you already know what those things are. However, if you are here and you have no clue on what exactly your life is about, you should read the first post right here. For the main time, don’t worry. You are not alone. Purpose is a journey and we are all on our way to fulfilling it.
Hi guys. This month, I’m going to be teaching on a new series I’ve tagged Becoming. Frankly, I tried giving it another name but ‘Becoming’ is kinda infringed in my head for anything related to our Purpose journey, so ‘becoming’ it is. In this series, I’ll be touching on the six most popular questions related to fulfilling purpose and this is the first of the pack, dedicated to everyone who has ever thought they aren’t doing anything worthwhile with their lives. I hope you learn something.