Making The Most Of Your Life

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One difficult problem people are faced with is the ability to make their day count. A lot of people get carried away by problems of previous days and don’t realize it is a new day and that the events of the gone days should be dropped to enable them face tomorrow enthusiastically. In as much as there seems to be little or no sign of new development or change, that is not a reason to envelop a new day with the problems of previous days.

  1. HOW TO MAKE THE MOST A NEW DAY:

    Welcoming the new day with a lot of anticipation of the desired dreams to be achieved; develop the habit of appreciating a new day with new hopes. “Once there is life, there is hope. Your unachieved goals doesn’t mean that all your goals can’t be reached, It was just a bad day not a bad life.

  2. MAKE A CHANGE:

    Letting go of the errors and mistakes of the previous days; don’t be too hard on yourself because you failed to get it right the previous day. The errors of a day are not the generalization of a person’s life. If you can give someone a second chance, .then you deserve it more than anyone. Give yourself chance to try out something new and better; opportunities are everywhere, .it just takes a strong willed person to realize it and utilize it. Your problem is a stepping stone for another person. Try, if u fail, try again. Keep trying until you succeed.

  3. HAVE A PROBLEM SOLVING SKILL:

    Don’t be a problem, be a solution. People should be drawn to you based on your capabilities in solving issues not the other way round. Don’t run away from your problem, running away won’t solve it, fix it. Sure you can; the problem may be big, but that is not a reason to run away from it. Interact with people and you would be surprised that what you are facing is no problem compared to what they had overcome or passed through.

  4. YOUR TIME SHOULD BE YOUR TREASURE:

    Many individuals are always carried away by the thought that “there is still time”. Realize that the time you have now is the only time you are accountable for. A lot can happen in sixty minutes. Always bear in mind that “there is no time” the clock is ticking faster than you can imagine. Take a step at a time; don’t be faster than your shadow. Lines will fall in place at the right time.
    Finally, learn to put a smile on peoples face. Each day an opportunity to bring joy and happiness to others.

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Ernest Ugochukwu Ohuabunwa

Ernest Ugochukwu Ohuabunwa, engineer and businessman, turned 56 on 19th of August. A native of Atani village, he attended Federal Government College, Port-Harcourt and the ...