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Don't Imitate. Your imitation is your limitation

*_ONE Amazing new mindset of getting new parents into your school*

Happy Sunday πŸ”†πŸ”…
Dear SCHOOL OPERATORS,

COOL STRATEGIES TO DEAL WITH YOUR COMPETITORS ,

I'm really steamed up! And I'm not going to take it anymore...

Why do you keep focusing on what you should not be focused on...

The more you keep your attention on this, the more discouraged you get.πŸ€”

As long as you keep doing this you keep limiting the potential of what you can do and grow your school

You are subjected to imitation and don't forget that imitation is limitation..... Hmmnn

But better yet

It Robs you of what makes you unique..

What's that thing you keep doing and limiting the growth of your school?

" *_Focusing on the competition*_ "

Here is my thought...

Schools will keep opening every term.

Some were opened before yours and some will open after yours.... School business is in watershed period πŸ™†πŸ»‍♂😳

This is a harsh reality but there is nothing you can do about it.

So instead of focusing on beating the competition..

Your focus should be to be a better version of yourself ...... This will enable you run and operate a better school

This is the good thing about competition...

It gives parent options at all time,

They are constantly searching for a better school, with a better service or a better offer....

That means growth is achievable if you keep getting better at your school services ..... Better curriculum , better academic programs, better management structure, better customer services .

✍🏾 A man once withdrew his children from a good school and enrolled them in a *better* school .You must be better !!!πŸƒπŸ»‍♀

What should you then be focused on if not the competition...

Best of all

The answer is..

*FOCUS ON DOMINATING*

There is something I want you to know...

Focusing on competition

1. Demoralizes you
2. Demotivates you
3. Turns your passion into a daily routine..
4. Turns you into an immitator instead of an innovator...
5. ROBS you of your uniqueness.....

Just think about it..

On the other hand...

*You can dominate..*
We will show you how, when we see your seriousness and interest to grow your school beyond mediocrity .
Many of us celebrate mediocrity too much !!

Be better!!!✍πŸΎπŸ€”
Let me know your thoughts..



Thank mom for killing my tomorrow, Thank dad for sponsoring my death.

*A MUST READ FOR ALL PARENTS!!! Poem: Mom killed my tomorrow*

They call it spiritual, 
They call it ethical. 
They call it universal, 
They call it motherly. 
They call it usual,
They call it mutual. 

shut your eyes, and think of your tomorrow.
Shut you mouth, and speak less of sorrow. 
Take a bold step, and aim forward, 
You know your tomorrow. 

September 1999, it all started. 
In the white house of "stitches and newcomers".
My cry filled the theater,
I was successfully born. 

Like the three "idiots",
Dad carried me, and called me a doctor, 
Mom looked at me, and called me a nurse,
Leaving me with no choice of my own. 

I grew up, loving what i hate, 
And forced to cherish what gives me agony. 
Mom wants me to do her wish, 
Dad wouldnt let go off me.

They thought they were making me better, 
Rather, they were killing me within. 
Call me dad! 
For he couldn't see my future. 
Call me mom! 
For killing my tomorrow. 

Chemistry was made breakfast,
And biology was made my lunch. 
Physics  was made my dinner, 
Wished they made my choice, the last supper. 

Mom scolded me for failing, 
Dad blasted me for repeating. 
Have they forgotten  i got an "A" in literature, 
And a distinction in English. 

They tore my essays, and called them trash. 
They tore my poems, and swept them out. 
They sold doughnuts with my storybook, 
And turned my drawing book,  to weed wrappers. 

They wasted their money on tutors, 
And paid millions on tuitions.
They took me to the best,
While i fall behind the rest. 

Suddenly! Michael gained admission. 
Mom could no longer watch me, sit my ass at home.
Special center became my home, 
And expo my half brother. 

At last i gained admission!
To study medicine and surgery . 
Daddy was happy, 
And mommy was joyous.

I knw i wouldnt make it there, 
I knew i was going to fail. 
But mom had "long legs",
she could not watch me fail.

I was depressed and dead within, 
I smiled and laughed though. 
I was not even sure of my future, 
Because those i call family, tampered with it. 

I did 7 courses, but happily, i passed one. 
I took interest in GNS101, and got an A. 
Medical courses were written in "Latins",
Words my brain cant comprehend.

Mom "long legs" pulled enough strings, 
And her connection got the right people. 
My results were upgraded,
And i was ironically among the best. 

Years went by, with no experience. 
Semesters went by, with no knowledge of medicine.
Blame me not, i have no interest. 
laugh me not, mum pushed me into this. 

I graduated as one of the best, 
Thanks to mum's strings.
I finally fufilled dad's wish, 
And made mom dream come through. 

She got the name she craves "iya doctor",
And the praises she had always wanted.
She was exalted,as the mother of the best doctor, 
Little did they know the magnitude of what she has done. 

Finally, the deal day came!
The Senator was rushed in,
They shouted Emergency!  emergency! 
And they called me to prepare for his treatment. 

With fear, i cautiously walked to his ward. 
And i carefully administered formaldehyde , glutaraldehyde , methanol , to the sick senator, 
Little did i know they were only used in preserving the dead. 

The senator was later reported dead, 
And an autopsy was carried out.
They saw my flaws, and got me arrested for manslaughter,
Now i am here awaiting judgement. 

The fierce looking judge had no pity,
i saw his scornful face. 
Face that spelt death, 
And a lip, that gives judgement. 

He blamed me for my ignorance, 
And sentenced me to death. 
I looked at mom with regrets, 
"Had she known"
Thank mom for killing my tomorrow, 
Thank dad for sponsoring my death.

I should have resisted when i was old enough, 
But my religion said "obey thy mother and thy father, so thy day may be long"

*#FIGHT FOR YOUR FUTURE *
*#MAKE YOUR PASSION YOUR PROFESSION*
*#DONT LET PEOPLE DICTATE YOUR FUTURE,*
*#LIFE HARDLY GIVES A SECOND CHANCE. *

How our father used our Elder Brother for sacrifice A true confession

How our father used our Elder Brother for sacrifice


I grew up in a family of 5 Children
Things were .moving and keep moving well for us .

None of us could explain why we had so much favour and wealth and all we needed 

We never failed in school and we could not be involved in accidents 
Something will just bring us out safely

Whatever was spoken over us also made us not affected by sickness

I knew it was not ordinary so I set out to personally know why.

It is what I found I have decided to expose to the whole world today without any fear 

I found that we have an elder brother 
And my father sacrificed him for the family to progress 

They used his blood to enter a covenant that nobody in the home should be poor or sick or die Young (Blood money????)

My findings again Is that even though a stranger joins our family as long as he becomes a member of our family the covenant will work for him 

But Why????

Why would my father Use my elder brothers Life...

This world!!

But it is for good 

So I'm posting their identity so the world can know those behind this act 

My Father (God, Loving Father) used 
Our brother (Jesus Christ, Our 1st Born (Rom 8:29)) as a sacrificial lamb

To save you 
To heal you 
To bless you

Join our family today
Say this 

Thank you Jesus for your sacrifice
I accept you are my Lord and Savior and I believe you died and rose again to save, bless and heal..me 

Thank you for saving.

Happiness... What is really there in it?

*Happiness can be divided into 3categories:*
*1. Physical happiness;*
*2. Mental happiness;*
*3. Spiritual happiness.*

These are brief summary of steps to take for achieving these in our lives:

*For Physical Happiness:*
a. Regular and proper *DIET*.
b. Regular and proper *REST*.
c. Regular and proper *EXERCISE*.

*For Mental Happiness:*
a. Minimize *Expectations*.
b. Minimize *Ego & Pride*.
c. Minimize *Negative Thoughts*.

*For Spiritual Happiness:*
a. Recognize your *SOUL* as a separate entity from the body.
b. Do not live in the *PAST*.
Free yourself of past memories
and experiences.
Do not worry about the *FUTURE*.
But, plan for it.
c. Help all living beings without
any expectations.
d. Meditate regularly and surrender
to the Supreme Soul.

**
*BE HAPPY ALWAYS*
*πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™*

Wasiu Paramole & Co. Job Vacancy

Wasiu Paramole & Co

Wasiu Paramole & Co.

Our client, a big player in the Services Industry, is looking to recruit a suitably qualified candidate to fill the position below:

Job Title: Account Associate

Location: Lagos

Job Description
o This role is responsible for the delivery of the financial and business processes and systems in line with corporate standards; the post holder will undertake specific work within Finance and contribute to improving functional efficiency.
Responsibilities
o Post vouchers/ journal entries and prepare accounts on monthly basis.
o Responds to financial inquiries by gathering, analyzing, summarizing, and interpreting data
o Prepares special reports that will be requested by management from time to time.
o Reconcile all vendor additions, deletions, and changes in Accounts Payable against the monthly vendor change report.
o Review bi-weekly duplicate A/P payment reports; investigate and resolve potential duplicate payments prior to release of payment.
o Prepare monthly reconciliations of bank accounts.
o Post payroll journal entries and prepare account reconciliations.
o Assist with preparation of monthly consolidated financials and variance reports by collecting data; analyzing and investigating variances; summarizing information and trends.
o Responds to financial inquiries by gathering, analyzing, summarizing, and interpreting data
o Prepares special reports that will be requested by management from time to time.
Education and Experience

o HND/Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or related field
o Minimum of 2 years' work experience
o Proficiency in Microsoft Word processing and spreadsheet applications; ability to utilize database application especially Peach tree Accounting Software.
o Microsoft Excel
o Ability to interpret Financial Data from various systems and in various formats.
Skills and Competencies:
o Excellent analytical and quick-decision making skills
o Strong attention to detail with highly organized, advanced office skills
o Strong written and verbal communication skills
o Ability to learn new processes quickly
o Ability to manage multiple decision processes while working in a fast-paced paperless environment using multiple systems and databases
o Ability to resolve problems.
Application Closing Date
24th August, 2018



How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to:
wasiuparamole@outlook.com

Dear Parents


Dear Parents,

There are things that parents do
that makes me wonder if they
know the implications. In my
teaching career, I've come to
realize that children who are well
brought up produce better results.

What I see these days is training
the "butty"(aje butter) way which
gets me scared of what will
happen in the next 10-15years.

I see eight year olds who don't
bother to lay their beds.
I see 10year olds served by the
maid or "caring mum" on the
table and they either don't pack
the table or they just dump the
plates in the kitchen for the maid
or "caring mum".

Drivers carry the bags of
children above 5years and the
children call them "my driver".
Manual cloth washing is
gradually been replaced by
washing machines yet the maid
or "caring mum" will be the one
to do the laundry.

Children wake up and go straight
to the TV and sleep late watching
TV with mum & dad but mum &
dad don't allow them read late.
They'll say "go and sleep".
I see parents play game for
hours on their phones yet
wonder why their children don't
read and why their results are
poor despite investment in
expensive schools.

I see tweenagers and teenagers
who can't cook common white
rice because there's maid,
nanny, cook, "caring mum" etc.
I see children who are addicted
to cheating in exams,
assignments, class work and the
parents aren't taking conscious
steps to correct it instead some
will bribe teachers to make their
children first l, teach them
during external exams or take them to "miracle centres" to write their exams.

I see children who talk to their
parents and other adults
disrespectfully and all parents
say is "children of now a days
are outspoken".
Your children's wardrobe is full
of clothes but they don't have a
single book.
You buy them lots of toys but
you didn't buy them books.

I can go on and on.
See, when next you tell your
child not to do house chores,
study hard etc have it at the
back of your mind that what
you're saying is "don't take
responsibility for your life".

I guess parents don't know that
chores and morals are almost
directly proportional to academic
performance.
Haven't you thought of it that
when our forefathers went to
farm, fetched water etc before or
after school, the world was a
better place?
Haven't you thought of it that
our local proverbs which have
remained relevant were coined
by unlettered men and women?
A Hausa proverb says, "Ka so naka, duniya ta 'ki shi..." favour your son & the world will reject him..." (vice-versa)
A yoruba proverb also says, "eni a
nwo ki wooran"...."those who
make news don't watch news".
So when you're mentoring your
children to be T.V. addicts you
should understand what you're
grooming them to be.

There are TWO PAINS in life and
everyone must suffer one; PAIN
OF DISCIPLINE or PAIN OF REGRET.
When you're preventing your
children from going through pain
of discipline, just understand
that you're automatically
preparing them for pain of
regret.

Some parents feel that their
children's careers are secured
because of their financial stand.
Now, let's do this analysis;
1. You get your children a job
2. You make them take over your
company
3. You set up a business for
them

1. If you get them a job and they
have the wrong attitude at work
like being late, talking rudely to
clients etc which made the
company lose a big contract,will
they keep them there?
2. They take over your company
and your company lost within
three months an amount that
you didn't make in your first five
years in business due to their
lack of discipline, will you pat
them on the head and say I'm
proud of you child?
3. They run the business shabbily
and there's nothing to show for
it within few years.
The earlier we stop these
pampering the better. You will
give an account to God
them.

Train your child in the way he
should go and when he is old, he
won't depart from it.
Regards,
A concerned Parent.


Lion Mode Activated



*Lion Mode*

In the jungle:
1. The Elephant is the biggest;
2. The Giraffe is the tallest;
3. The Fox is the wisest;
4. The Cheetah is the fastest;

Yet, the Lion is the KING of the jungle even without ANY of these qualities.

Why?

Because:
1. The Lion is courageous, is bold, walks with confidence, dares anything and is never afraid.
2. The Lion believes it is unstoppable.
3. The Lion is a risk taker.
4. The Lion believes any animal is food for him.
5. The Lion believes any opportunity is worth giving a trial and never lets it slip from its hands.

So...
1. You don't need to be the fastest.
2. You don't need to be the wisest.
3. You don't need to be the smartest.
4. You don't need to be the most brilliant.
5. All you need is *courage*
6. All you need is the *will to try*.
7. All you need is the *faith* to believe it *is possible*.
8. All you need is to believe in yourself, that *you can* do it.!!

Stay in the Lion Mode! That's the mode for winners in 2nd half of 2018!





Menace Of Admitting Underage Children Into Secondary Schools

EDUCATION
Menace Of Admitting Underage Children Into Secondary Schools. 
An Article By Chika Mefor. 
Published  By Chika Mefor on LEADERSHIP Newspaper On 2nd August 2018 

The trend of parents pushing their children to finish their education at tender age is becoming alarming. These days, parents push their children into skipping primary five and six and jumping into the Junior Secondary School. Even in Senior Secondary school, some parents push their children into taking the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) when they are still in their Secondary School 2. The 6-3-3-4 system of education in Nigeria was introduced in 1998. It was designed to bring about functionality in the system by producing graduates that can make use of their heads, hearts and hands (the 3H of education). According to the model, a child will spend six years in primary school, three years in junior secondary school and if he/she is sound academically, the child moves to senior secondary where he/she will spend another three years before proceeding to the university to spend four years. The 6-3-3-4 system which took off in 2006, mandates nine years continued education made up of six years primary education and three years junior secondary education, three years of senior secondary education and four years of tertiary education. The system of education is mostly no longer followed by anxious parents who want their children to finish school at a tender age, not minding the consequences. Children below 10 are being admitted to Secondary Schools. The trend is becoming alarming. Speaking to LEADERSHIP, the President of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), FCT Wing, Mrs Olushola Bankole noted that if nothing is done, the nation will continuously churn out youths who are not ready to face the world. "Sometimes, you see a child just lost in his thought while in school. Sometimes you see a child who has been doing well at the lower level and at the time they are pushed to the secondary school, they begin to fumble and they are neither here nor there. It is giving us concern," she said. Bankole stated that she had witnessed where a child was doing very well in primary school and later pushed into secondary school after his grade four, adding that the child could not cope with the change and started declining in school. "We are beginning to see grade four children that are barely ten, going to secondary school. They skip primary five and six, whole two classes. Sometimes, the parents just see that they pass exam and they just decide to move them. Most of them begin to decline because they exercise so much energy trying to survive in class. Some of them are coming from primary section where there was a class teacher that stayed with them throughout the day and cater for their need, unlike in secondary schools where different teachers come in to teach different subjects. When a teacher finishes a subject, another one is standing at the door to continue with his or her subject. Sometimes, the child does not have a grasp of what the teacher is teaching. In the primary school, the school teacher can decide to take more time to teach on a subject the children didn't grasp but in secondary school, it is about covering so much and learning very little. If the children didn't understand what the teacher has taught, it is really a wasted effort," she said. She noted that the pressure of meeting up with the stress they were not ready for; sometimes push the children into doing drugs. "The parents do not know the psychological implication of all these. We are beginning to see children in secondary school taking drugs. We are not talking about heroin and cocaine. We are talking about tramadol and codeine. Parents are not aware of all this. A child that was doing well, in Primary school, and suddenly he isn't, might be introduce to something that will boost his confidence," she said. Bankole explained that her association had been sensitizing its members to refuse to enroll children to classes they are not of age to be and urged for the government to do its part in curbing that challenge. "NAPPS as a body have been sensitizing our members. We have told them to refuse to enroll a child that is not of age to a class, and they should not graduate those who are young simply because they have passed the class. Exam is not the only measure of intelligence. In Nigeria, we are not just looking for people who are intelligent, we are also looking for people who are emotionally intelligent, financial intelligent that can turn the knowledge they have into money and we are not doing any of that," she said. For parents, she urged them to only think about the well being of their children. "This spirit of competition is always a killer. Parents are thinking, the child of my neighbor is in this class; let me push my child to that class. They are not even thinking about other things. It isn't right," she said. Some parents who spoke to LEADERSHIP on the trend stated that they see no reason to keep their children in a class they feel they are too good to be, simply because they are too young to move to the next class. "My child did pretty well in his primary school. That was the reason I decided he could skip primary five and move over to secondary school. I will tell you that my child is doing well in school," Mrs Denny Emmanuel, a parent said. However, another parent, Mr Victor Oluwale disagrees with her submission. Oluwale stated that he had because of competition with his friend, rushed his son into school, adding that he had regretted his action and had vowed never to do that with his other children. "My son, Mike is a brilliant child. He did very well in his primary school. He was in the same class with my friend's child. My friend decided that his son was skipping Primary 5, which means taking the Common Entrance Examination in Primary 4. I decided to do the same for my child. In his Secondary School Education, Mike didn't impress me at all. Though he was passing through, he wasn't blazing the way he was while in Primary. I just came to realize that I should not have pushed him. Instead of pushing him in the university, I decided to give him one more year. I registered him in the IJMB. I want him to be more matured before heading to the tertiary institution," he said. Another parent, Gloria Ude stated that the skipping of school helps save money, adding that though she was planning on doing that for her children, she will not hesitate to keep her children back, if they aren't coping with the classes they are into. In an interview, a psychologist, Kenny Menyi agreed that most children do not always cope with the stress of skipping classes, adding that though there where extra ordinary children who cope very well, skipping of classes should not be for everyone. "The Primary 5 and 6 classes that most parents pushed their children to skip are very important. There are reasons for this system of education. So why not follow them? These classes help a child to be matured to head to the next phase which is the junior secondary. Maturation is key to excellence. A child must be matured and ready. If he is not, no matter how intelligent he is, he will start dropping or having difficulties in school," he said. Menyi reiterated that when a child is stressed beyond his or her level, it affects them both physical and emotionally, adding that most children who could not bear to disappoint their parents, resort to examination malpractices, while others go for drugs to boost their confidence. He, therefore urged parents to support their children and allow them finish school the time they should without any pressure. "We parents should learn to support our children. It is not all about intelligence. We should allow our children to complete their primary school before going to secondary school. It will bring about maturity and excellence in education," he said. Speaking to a director in the FCT education Secretariat who refused to disclose his name, he stated that efforts were being made by the territory to ensure that such trend is quashed. "Now you see children around 8 in Secondary Schools. Many students now write WAEC from SS2 and i think that it has contributed to mass failure in both WAEC and JAMB. Efforts are being made in the territory to curtail all these. There was a time I heard Lagos State said they will clamp down on schools that don't allow their students to finish the normal primary school education. Other states need to do so to save our nation of youths who can't think for themselves," he said.



20 BUSINESSES YOU CAN START WITH 100K



*20 BUSINESSES YOU CAN START WITH 100K *

*1. Bedsheet/Beddings Production.*
Pay a visit to Lagos Island, or Aba where they sell bulk materials, pick good designs and I tell you they guys who will sew it for you are just within the same Market. You can start will less than 100k and diligently grow your money.

*2. Shirt Production:*
A sweet side hustle. There are tailors in Lagos Island or Aba,better learn the skill it will save you all the heartbreaks imaginable. . Materials ranging from 700 – 1k per yard, sew for 1500/2k, Sell for 5-7k.

*3. Boxers:*
Schedule a trip to Aba Market, The cost of production of boxers, you can get one for as low as N300, all you need is to package it in 3s, and market these babies properly beg your friend on twitter for RTs, we buy 3s pack boxers for 1500-2500 sell yours for 1200 gradually grow.

*4. E-Payments and POS Business:*
You can get POS machine from your Bank, and activate online banking: If you live in a place where banks aren't much you can handle e payments for people and make your small change. I paid someone N200 to withdraw 10k most places, ATM queue can be crazy.

*5. Mobile and Electronic Accessories:*
Mobile and electronic Accessories such Pouches, Chargers, USB cables, HDMI cables, earphones and more, can be sourced on Alibaba, Ali Express, Deal Extreme, etc. The more you buy the lower the price. And they are light so shipping won't be a burden. Sell on here or Jumia and co.

*6. Popcorn:*
We all know this ....We buy every time. Bags of corn – Branded Nylon Sugar, Salt & Butter. The beauty of this is when properly made, its aroma will attract its customers. Manual sealing machine -7/9k Popcorn Machine is 65k on Jumia Popcorn can be served anywhere. It costs less than N40 to make a pack of popcorn

*7. Branding – Sales and Customizing:*
Sales and Customizing of Football Team Football team supporters always want to show how much they're rooting for a team.

*8. Snail Farming:*
Snail farming in Nigeria is even more popular, due to its relatively cheap cost of startup and If you market your products well, your business will thrive. This is a business you can start from your backyard. Best in mind, snails take almost a year to mature so Patience is Key!

*9. Fairly Used Goods:*
Fairly used goods such as Jeans, Tops, t-shirts, shoes etc. They could be sourced at Badagry, even Cotonou. 100k can't get you a bale but you can select and mix them. Wash then and pack neatly. Marketing is all it takes, you'll Sell and see your money multiply.

*10. Cleaning Services:*
Some people find it hard to clean their apartments cos they're busy from Monday to Friday and Saturday they have engagement and on Sunday all they wanna do is rest. Your tools won't cost you up to 30k and you can clean 6 apartments a weekend.

*11. Home Cooking and Delivery:*
You can cook a variety of meals well and apply customer service, People will pay good money for your services, You can run this from home ‪@Hot Pots are more than capable when to comes to training you on how to start up.

*12. Digital Marketing:*
The success of any business is in its ability to effectively reach its teeming customers and this is achieved by effective marketing: Get a Used Laptop and Smartphone, temporarily your smartphone can double as your hotspot Persistence and Passion is Key ‪@I_pissVodka‬ ‪@OlisaOsega‬ are your friends in this regards, I'm sure they are more than willing to train you on how to go about it from the foundation.

*13. Cakes and Confectionery:*
This is one business that always comes to play, people celebrate, and bakers are always consulted. Get the required skill, a decent oven, passion and customer service! You'll grow.

*14. Aso-Oke Beading and Stoning:*
Aso-Oke Beading and Stoning has become sometimes in vogue now, and this is another sweet business one can start with 100k. You just have to learn how to bead and unlock your creative mind. Ask my friends ‪@wuragold2‬ , the Aso Oke Girl and @ Funchrisaso_oke , the Aso Oke Empress both started from the confines of their homes in Ibadan.

*15. Bead Making:*
I'm not sure there's really much to say here. All you need is training, passion, creativity, unique designs and styles, then adequate marketing. You absolutely don't need 100k to start this.

*16. Home Service Barber:*
This is another profitable small-scale business. The beautiful thing about this is you bring your services to your clients for an extra token above regular. The starting capital to get the equipment and I'm sure you know we have rechargeable clippers.

*17. Tutorial Classes:*
No matter your age, this is another well-paying job, either as part-time or full-time. Many families are willing to spend what it takes for their children's success and there's one subject you're well versed at. Just close the gap, meet their need for a fee.

*18. Internet Services:*
Forget the extensive coverage of internet and the fact that people can assess it on their phones, Do you know how much applicants pay just to have Jamb applications filled online? You need a good system, printer & ISP. People pay as much as 1k per application

*19. Production Of Zobo, Smoothies, cocktail, small chops, cupcakes and chinchin!*
You'd realize the importance of this combo cant be ruled out. You can render these services with 100k startup capital + proper marketing, branding and packaging....just get a good place to learn how to make them.

*20. Re-Invest Your seed Capital in an existing business:*
Not everyone has the head for business but they can sniff opportunities. You can always sow your money as operating capital and draft an agreement on profit sharing. You can at least support your investment by bringing customers so the business can thrive. Market it on all your social media pages and who knows.

100k can do a lot!!!!

Let me give you another Jara!

*Production of Hand-Made cards:* Do you know people pay good money for these thing made of paper and strawboard. This is one business you can start with less than 100k. My friend ‪@CraftsVillageNG‬ started from his bedroom! And his cards went far.

Imagine you want to give a dignitary something they won't forget, you certainly can't buy them clothes or shoes. Cos they have it all.

Truth is there so much one can do with very little, it takes persistence, focus, interest and above all hard work. We can't all be rich but we all shouldn't be poor.

*_Please share with those you think are in need of the ideas..._*


National Values. National Values That Build A Nation

Meaning of Values

Types of Values

Meaning

Value can be define as the degree of quality or worth of a thing.It can also be defined as the lay down rules or standard that guides our interaction with people.value influences our character and attitude towards other people. Values can be defined as the worth, merit or esteem which a person, individuals or group of people in the society or community have for an objects or an idea. For example when someone says 'I value my life' or 'I value my certificate', it means that such person cherishes or loves his life or certificate. Values therefore holds attraction for us and we cherish to possess them. What has value is actually valuable or good, as opposed to what is regarded as good or valuable. The values are things that have value, things that are good, things that are right, obligatory, beautiful or even true, or even moral values.

Kind of Values

Positive value: Positive value applies to things or qualities which are good, desirable or worthwhile, for example, a student who respects self, the constituted authority, seniors and even the classmate is said to have positive value. Other positive value include; gratitude, truth telling, hard work, obedience etc.
Negative value: This is a direct opposite of positive value, this is a bad value, undesirable, unacceptable or worthless value that the society frown at. For example, a disobedient student is said to have negative value. Other negative values are; ingratitude, lying, theft, armed robbery, improper dressing like sagging, fraudulent acts, etc.
Intrinsic Value: Something has intrinsic value when it is good or desirable for its own sake and in itself. For example, good music, beautiful flowers, particular dress, type of handset, type of house and other value giving satisfaction to the beholder.
Types of Values

Discipline :it is the ability of an individual to control his or her own behaviours
Honesty:It is the ability of being truthful and straight forward at all times. Honesty is an intrinsic value that has the quality of being straightforward, reliable, truthful, sincere and godly in human activities. To be honest means to be responsible, respectable and fearlessly truthful.
An honest person is usually committed to his words and disapproves of corrupt tendencies. He is well regarded, respected and looked up to as a societal model and source of godly inspiration.
Features of Honesty
An honest person possesses certain features which distinguishes him from the public.
These include:
I. Being committed to duty and the task set before him.
II. Showing uncompromising support for justice and truth.
III. Being trustworthy this brings him dignity and integrity.
IV. Living a disciplined life which shows in his being reliable and dependable.
V. Being bold and courageous to defend the truth and condemn permissive living.
VI. Being self-assertive and self-reliant.
VII. Being alert to one's conscience and to the public.
Benefits of Honesty
Honesty has the following benefits to the individual and society:
I. It leads to economic, social and political advancement.
II. Honesty removes fear, bitterness and acrimony in the social, political and economic circumstances of life.
III. Honesty attracts patronage and good work to the individual and society
IV. Honesty has unsolicited defenders, protectors, admirers and lovers.
V. Honesty promotes justice and fair play among individual members of a society.
Selflessness:It is the ability to show more interest in the welfare of other people
Courage:This is ability to face difficulty, danger or pain without fear.
Integrity:It is the ability to stand and stick to sound morals and principle at all times.
Sincerity :it is the ability to be open minded and to have clear mind towards issue
Co-operation:Ability to work with other people to achieve a common goal.
Fairness:It is the ability of been considerate and to avoid cheating
Justice:It is the ability of being just,righteous and upright.
Contentment: It is a means of being happy and satisfied with what one has.
Test and assessment

———— can be defined as the worth of a thing (a)moral (b)value (c)behaviour (d)character. ans(b)
The ability to be truthful and straight forward is (a)co-operation (b)integrity (c)contentment (d)honesty.ans(d)
———– can influence our value and character towards other people (a)behavior (b)value (c)money (d)houses.ans(b)
The means of being happy with and satisfied with what one has is (a)justice (b)fairness (c)contentment (d)non of the above ans(c)
All of these are types of value except (a)fairness (b)envy (c)justice (d)sincerity ans (b)
————

Write Short Notes On The Objectives Of Social Studies

Meaning:

Social Studies is the study of man and his environment. 

Man's environment may be social or physical environment. Social studies is designed in such a way that students will gain basic understanding of certain skills, abilities, and attitudes that will make them become active citizens of the society. 



"Social Science is the study of human relations"- Jarolimick

Social Science is the study of the activities of social and physical environment -Michels

Nature of social Science:

As an independent subject
As a unified subject
Scope of social science:

Study of human relation
Study of man-made institutions
Society related study
Study of past based incidents
Development of citizen related traits
Study of natural Science and development
Study of relations based o internationalism
Importance of teaching Social Science:

With it ,man is enabled to solve practical problems
It helps in becoming an efficient citizen of democracy
It has significance to develop an international viewpoint
It helps forms mans social character
Man is made duty bound
It enlightenes the path of progress and advancement
It is important for moral progress of society
Important for institutions and communities
Objectives of social Science:

Objectives of social Science according to scholars-

To provide the knowledge of natural and social environment
It make us know how man can fulfill their needs
To develop human qualities in students
To know duties towards human society
To develop imagination,critical thinking,resoning power in students
To provide knowledge and prudence to students
To enable students to work according to the environment
To develop desirable attitudes
To provide training in good behaviour
To develop fundamental proficiencies
To develop comparison,analysis,summary,evaluation
To develop personality
To develop feeling of cooperation
To develop feeling of morality in students
To acquire with the social thinking
To cooperate with society actively
To approve of social values
To develop the feeling of universal brotherhood
To develop mental and intellectual processes
To develop prudence in students
Aims of teaching social Science:

To provide knowledge related to culture and civilisation
To beget the education a democracy
Development of civil qualities
Development of social behaviour
Knowledge of social development
Begetting a Social knowledge
All round development of personality
Development of the feeling of universal brotherhood
To show the significance of mutual dependence
Development of the power of reasoning and thinking
Ability to mould oneself according to the environment
Development of good habits and suitable proficiency
Socialisation of a student
Development of modernisation
Development if Social and moral values


School Term Calendar. 2018/2019. Final Draft.



LAGOS STATE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION OFFICE OF EDUCATION QUALITYASSURANCE PROPOSED SCHOOL TERM DATES2018/2019
S/N
TERM
PERIOD
DURATION

1
1STTERM
Resumption: Monday 10th September, 2018


2

First Half: 10th September, 2018 – 31st October, 2018
36 days

3

Literacy: 21st September, 2018
1 day

4

World Teachers' Day: 5th October, 2018
1 day

5

(Private Schools to ensure participation)


6

World Girl Child Day: 11th October, 2018
1 day

7

Open Day: 31st October, 2018
1 day

8

Mid-Term Break: 1st November – 2nd November, 2018
2 days

9

Open Day (Primary): 8th November, 2018
1 day

10

Second Half: 5th November – 14th December, 2018
28 days

11

World Physically Challenged Day: 3rd November, 2018
1 day



Vacation: 17th December – 4th January, 2019
3 weeks



TOTAL WORKING DAYS
64 days

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
2NDTERM
Resumption: Monday 7th January, 2019 First Half: 7th January – 20th February, 2019 Open Day: 20th February, 2019 (JSS & SSS) Mid-Term Break: 21st – 22nd February, 2019 (Private Schools: 18th – 22nd February,2019) Open Day: 28th February, 2019(Primary)
Second Half: 25th February – 12th April, 2019
World Book Day: 2nd March, 2019
Vacation: 15th April – 26th April, 2019

33 days
day
days
5days
1 day
35 days
1 days
2 weeks



TOTAL WORKING DAYS
68 DAYS

20
3RDTERM
Resumption: Monday 29th April, 2019

30 days
1day
1day

day
days

1 day
30days
2weeks
1 day

8 weeks

21

WASSCE: April – May, 2019


22

First Half: 29th April – 7th June, 2019


23

Workers' Day: 1st May, 2019


24

Children's Day: 27th May, 2019


25

NECO SSCE: May – June, 2019


26

Open Day: 3rd June, 2019 (JSS & SSS)


27

Mid-Term Break: 6th – 7th June, 2019


28

(Private Schools: To use their discretion)


29

Open Day: 13th June, 2019 (Primary)


30

Second Half: 10th June – 19th July, 2019


31

BECE: LASG


32

Placement Exams to Secondary Schools: July




Vacation: 22nd July – 13th September, 2019




Resumption for First Term 2019/2020:




16th September, 2019




TOTAL WORKING DAYS
60 DAYS

Year2018 Year 2019
1st Oct. (Mon.) – IndependenceDayNigeria 1st Jan. (Tue.) – New YearHoliday
21st Nov. (Wed.) – Eidel-MauludHoliday 19th April (Fri.) – GoodFriday
25th Dec. (Tue.) –ChristmasDay 22nd April (Mon.) – EasterMonday
26th Dec. (Wed.) –BoxingDay 1st May (Wed.) – Workers' Day 27th May (Mon.) – Children's Day 29th May (Wed.) – Democracy Day 4th June (Tue.) – Eidel-Fitri
Proposed School Days for 2018/ 2019 Session = 192 days.



Steps Involved In Self Actualization

1. Network 

2. Dream big 

3. Plan Ahead 
4. Get up ahead 

5. Stayed Focused 

6. Watch Less TV 

7. Invest In Yourself 

8. Read More Books 

9. Avoid Time Waster 

10. Take Calculated Risks 

11. Write Down Your Goals 

12. Live On Less Than Your Income 

13. Make Your Health A Priority 

14. Do Works That Matter To You 

15. Learn From People That You Admire 

16. Foster Meaningful Relationship 

17. Cultivate An Attitude Of Gratitude 

18. Take Action Even When You Are Scared 

19. Have A Powerful And Inspiring Inquisitive Spirit 

20. Always Ask Why 

21. Don't Neglect The God's Factor..... 

22. Pray.

Kings College Ikoyi. Holiday Assignment and Homework. September 2018


SUB:HAUSA JS1-2

Robuta Fassarar wadannan kalmomi da harsheu hausa

Jibi
Gata
Citta
Maris
Yuni
Yuli
Agusta



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:SOCIAL-STUDIES JS1-2

N/B: This assignment should betyped.

Write short notes on the general objectives of social studies.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:CIVIC-EDUCATION JS1-2

N/B: This assignment should betyped.

what is Nationalvalue?

List five (5) national values and explain two (2) indetail



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:DRAMA JS1-2

1a. What is Design & Management

List the elements of stagedesign

The difference between stage design and types ofstage.


SUB:ARABIC JS1-2

What is the prepositional arabic words of the following: To, On, In, About, From,With.

Use all to forms a complete arabicsentences.

What is the interogation arabic words of the following: Who, When, How,What.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:MATHEMATICS JS1-2

Essential Mathematics 1. Page 275-282

Note: workout the objective questions. Use 20leaves exercise book


HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:ICT JS1-2

Self-Appraisal pages 51-71 of chapter 11 & 12



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:IGBO JS1-2

Deputa abidii igboniile

Deputa myiriudaueme igbo abuo.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:AGRIC-SCIENCE JS1-2

Use your textbook to answer the following questions.

(1) Draw and explain two (2) of each of the following insect pests.

Biting and chewing insectpests
Piercing and sucking insectpests
Boring insectpests



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:BASICTECH JSS1-2

PRACTICAL PROJECT

Make a wooden extension box of dimension (40X10)cm with four(4) 13Amps socket outlets, 4 yard of 2.5mm 3-core cable and one fuse.
Credit would be awarded for good finish.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:BASICSCIENCE JS1-2

Construct a model of any two (2) of the following:

Human CirculatorySystem
Human RespiratorySystem
Human DigestionSystem
Human ExcretorySystem
Human Reproductive System



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:CRS JS1-2

The Basic Principle of Religion and National Value on CRS Basic 8 workbook 2, Answer Chapter 1-3, page 1-14.


HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:MUSIC JS1-2

Make a handmade local musical instrument e.g. Sekere Gong, Drums, Kakaki etc.


SUB:YORUBA JS1-2

Daruko isori oro Yoruba (part of speech) marun-un pelu apeeremeji-meji.

JSS 2A, AL,&C - ileke weere JSS 2D, E&F - ileke iyun JSS 2G&H - ilekesegi
JSS 2J&K - Sekere



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:FRENCH JS1-2

Draw five (5) wall clocks and indicate the following time in 2A exercise book in French.

(1)12.00 - Night (2)2.00 -
(3)4.15 -
(4)6.30 -
(5)8.20 -



HOLIDAY ASIGNMENT

SUB:HOMEECONS JS1-2

Make/Produce coconut oil.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:BUSINESSSTUDIES JS1-2

Note: Reading Assignment
(1i) Reception office, Receptionist functions of Receptionist, Visitors types of visitors and draw a Receptionist office on a card board with items in Receptionist office.


SUB:PHE JS1-2

Draw inside 20leaves a standard field with tracks, shot-put, discus and javelin throwing sectors, long jump, triple jump and pole vault pitch.


HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:ENGLISHLANGUAGE JS1-2

Write an essay on the topic my Secondary School Experience In a 2a note: Not less 350 words


HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:VISUAL-ART JS1-2

Use weft and warp in criss-cross (interlocking) normal method, produce "beautiful basket"
Provide art materials for 1stterm work


HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:IRS JS1-2

Memorize and write out the Transliteration and Translation of Surat-ul-Kafirun andSurat-ul-Quraysh.

State four (4) significance each from theSurahs.



HOLIDAYASSIGNMENT

SUB:HAUSA JS2-3

Robuta tarihin usman dan fodio da gudun ma war da ya bayar aarewa



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:SOCIALSTUDIES JS2-3

NB: This assignment should be typed.

Define trafficking

List different types oftrafficking

Discus the factors responsible for children and womentrafficking.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:CIVIC-EDUCATION JS2-3

NB: This assignment should be typed.

Discuss the Nigerian constitution before independence



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:DRAMA JS2-3

What is theatre fordevelopment?

List five (5) problems in yourcommunity

Solutions to the problem usingdrama.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:ARABIC JS2-3

Define fiilu madhi fiilu mudariu fiilu amri, and construct ten (10) examples to each of thedefinition

Use five (5) of the example to form an Arabic completesentence.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:MATHEMATICS JS2-3

Essential Mathematics 2. Pages 315-321 (JSS2 book)

Note: workout the objectives question. Use 20leaves exercise book



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:ICT JS2-3

Self-Appraisal pages 39-54 of chapter 11, 12, 13, & 14



HOLIDAY ASIGNMENT

SUB:IGBO JS2-3

Were mkpuruabidii igbo niile mmebe mburu okwu.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:AGRIC-SCIENCE JS2-3

Use your textbook to answer the following questions.

Draw a map showing the vegetational zones inNigeria

Identify five (5) important influences of forests on theenvironment.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:BASIC-TECH JS2-3

Visit a workshop for two weeks in your locality and learn how the artisans/technicians make wooden articles.

Make any of the articles suring your learning period at the workshop: Wines shelve, Books shelve, Glass table, Shoe rack, Padded stool, Wooden framed wall mirror or Wall hanger, Laboratory school

The article and a report are to be submitted when you resume for JSS3 next session. This project is part of JSS Basic Technology Curriculum.

Credit will be awarded for good finish.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:BASIC-SCIENCE JS2-3

Construct a model of any of the following:

A model of periodictable

A model of sense organ (Human Eye-verticalsection.

A model of electriccircuit



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:CRS JS2-3

The Basic Principle of Religion and National value on CRS Basic 9 workbook 3, Answer Chapter 1-3.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:MUSIC JS2-3

What is classicalperiod?

Mention composers of classicalperiod

Write briefly on two (2) composers of classicalperiod.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:YORUBA JS2-3
1. Ko onka Yoruba lati egbaa de egbaawa (oke kan) i. 2000 - 20,000
ii. 3000 - ??

2i. JSS 2A, AL, G & H - Awe ofi sanyan
JSS 2C, D, J,&K - Awe ofietu
JSS 2E&F - Ilekewere



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:FRENCH JS2-3

Write ten (10) Franco-phone countries and their capitals.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:HOME-ECONS JS2-3

Make a boxer for yourself using needle and tread. (Hand Sewing.


HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:BUSINESSSTUDIES JS2-3

Draw and label type writer on a card board.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:PHE JS2-3

List ten (10) indoor recreational equipment and draw one of them.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:ENGLISHLANGUAGE JS2-3

Write a letter to your friend in another school, telling him about your duties as a prefect and how you intend to make your school a better one.

In a 2A note: not less than 350 words.



HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:VISUAL-ART JS2-3

Having Practiced bead making.

Produce a beautiful necklace with two ear rings orbangles

Making a tie -dye with two yards of cloth provide art materials for 1sttermwork.

HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT

SUB:IRS JS2-3

Memorize and write out the Transliteration and Translation of Surat-ul-Adiyat &Zil-zalat.

State four (4) lessons each of theSurahs.

2019 WAEC QUESTIONS SUBJECT: HISTORY INSTRUCTIONS: ANSWER ALL SECTION A

2019 WAEC QUESTIONS
SUBJECT: HISTORY
INSTRUCTIONS: ANSWER ALL
SECTION A

1. In what year did a senator jump out of a moving vehicle?
A.2015
B.2016
C.2017
D.2018

2. Which Nigerian president is good in letter writing?
A. Yar adua
B. Buhari
C. Obasanjo
D. Jonathan

3. Which Nigerian president accused Nigerian youths of being lazy
A. Babangida
B. Obasanjo
C. Buhari
D. Gowon

4. Which country In African continent do their wives belong to the kitchen and other rooms?
A. Congo
B. Togo
C. Ivory coast
D. Nigeria

5. If the article "Transmitted Transmission" were to be a setup, who might have masterminded it?
A. Ekweremadu
B. Saraki
C. Melaye
D. None of the above

6. Which Nigeria governor Teargas broken his neck and arm, of which the arm heal up the following day?
A. Wike
B. Fayose
C. Ortom
D. Tambuwa

7. Who's Nigerian dancing Senator without certificate?
A. Ekweremadu
B. Kwankwaso
C. Adeleke
D. Borrofice

8. Which Nigeria senate President involved in Offa robbery of which 33 people including pregnant woman lost their lives?
A. Adolphus Wabara
B. Pius Ayinm
C. David Mark
D. Bukola Saraki

9. Who's the actor who because of the court case disappeared and reappeared after eleven hours?
A. Dino Melaye
B. Odunlade Adekola
C. Jim Hyke
D. Usofia

10. Name the South/West Governor who recently acted as an Emperor lion after his candidate lost an election he started acting as a domestic cat
A. Ambode
B. Aregbesola
C. Akeredolu
D. Fayose


SECTION B. ESSAY
ANSWER ALL ALSO

1. In which regime in Nigerian history did a snake swallow N36 million naira? (20 marks)
2. Who is the author of the article "Transmitted Transmission"? (30 marks)
3. In your own mind, who do you think is responsible for the deadly killing of 33 people in the "OFFA BANKS ROBBERY"? (30 marks)

NOTE: You are on your own
GOODLUCK!!.
Transfer to other groups cos we have limited question paper.
Ur time starts now.

When you are going through something hard and wonder that where is God

Remember that the teacher is always quiet when the examination is going on... 

We shall surely overcome all our temptations and trials in Jesus name. 


From trials to testimonies. 

Radio Lagos Yoruba Program

School Calendar Lagos State Year 2018 / 2019 Academic Year

Although this may not be the final copy as it is noldjy written on it, one may still be able to make some skeletal preparation for 2018/2019 academic year... 
This is the Draft copy. 


Hope the final copy will be out very soon. 



Kindly check your Child admission status here and see where he or she is actually posted

Federal Unity Colleges Admission List (NCEE) For JSS1 Admission 2018/2019 Is Out
This is to inform all the candidates that participated in the 2018 National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) selection tests for admission into Junior Secondary School (JSS 1) of Federal Government Unity Colleges, that the admission list is now available online.

Unity Colleges admission list has been uploaded on Federal Ministry of Education – National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) portal and also available on the notice boards in the colleges.

How To Check Admission List of Federal Unity Schools in Nigeria (National Common Entrance)
1. Go to Unity Colleges admission portal at http://www.fmeinterviewtest.com/



2. Enter your registration number where required



3. Finally, click on check status to access your Federal Unity College admission status.




Reminisce of the Oldies

Reminisce of the Oldies





Now they are in Ss1

Just like yesterday 

Four years already gone 

Soar higher and higher 

In your new class 

Potentials unleashed.. 

100 Motivational Quotes That Will Inspire Your Success

100 Motivational Quotes That Will Inspire Your Success:

As entrepreneurs, leaders, managers, and bosses, we must realize that everything we think actually matters. If we are seeking success, we must think successful, inspiring, and motivating thoughts.

Read on to find the words of wisdom that will motivate you in building your business, leading your life, creating success, achieving your goals, and overcoming your fears.

1. "If you want to achieve greatness stop asking for permission." –Anonymous

2. "Things work out best for those who make the best of how things work out." –John Wooden

3. "To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong." –Anonymous

4. "If you are not willing to risk the usual you will have to settle for the ordinary." –Jim Rohn

5. "Trust because you are willing to accept the risk, not because it's safe or certain." –Anonymous

6. "Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life–think of it, dream of it, live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success." –Swami Vivekananda

7. "All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them." –Walt Disney

8. "Good things come to people who wait, but better things come to those who go out and get them." –Anonymous

9. "If you do what you always did, you will get what you always got." –Anonymous

10. "Success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm." –Winston Churchill

11. "Just when the caterpillar thought the world was ending, he turned into a butterfly." –Proverb

12. "Successful entrepreneurs are givers and not takers of positive energy." –Anonymous

13. "Whenever you see a successful person you only see the public glories, never the private sacrifices to reach them." –Vaibhav Shah

14. "Opportunities don't happen, you create them." –Chris Grosser

15. "Try not to become a person of success, but rather try to become a person of value." –Albert Einstein

16. "Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people." –Eleanor Roosevelt

17. "I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." –Thomas A. Edison

18. "If you don't value your time, neither will others. Stop giving away your time and talents–start charging for it." –Kim Garst

19. "A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him." –David Brinkley

20. "No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." –Eleanor Roosevelt

21. "The whole secret of a successful life is to find out what is one's destiny to do, and then do it." –Henry Ford

22. "If you're going through hell keep going." –Winston Churchill

23. "The ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do." –Anonymous

24. "Don't raise your voice, improve your argument." –Anonymous

25. "What seems to us as bitter trials are often blessings in disguise." –Oscar Wilde

26. "The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away." –Anonymous

27. "The distance between insanity and genius is measured only by success." –Bruce Feirstein

28. "When you stop chasing the wrong things, you give the right things a chance to catch you." –Lolly Daskal

29. "I believe that the only courage anybody ever needs is the courage to follow your own dreams." –Oprah Winfrey

30. "No masterpiece was ever created by a lazy artist." –Anonymous

31. "Happiness is a butterfly, which when pursued, is always beyond your grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you." –Nathaniel Hawthorne

32. "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." –Albert Einstein

33. "Blessed are those who can give without remembering and take without forgetting." –Anonymous

34. "Do one thing every day that scares you." –Anonymous

35. "What's the point of being alive if you don't at least try to do something remarkable." –Anonymous

36. "Life is not about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself." –Lolly Daskal

37. "Nothing in the world is more common than unsuccessful people with talent." –Anonymous

38. "Knowledge is being aware of what you can do. Wisdom is knowing when not to do it." –Anonymous

39. "Your problem isn't the problem. Your reaction is the problem." –Anonymous

40. "You can do anything, but not everything. –Anonymous

41. "Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower." –Steve Jobs

42. "There are two types of people who will tell you that you cannot make a difference in this world: those who are afraid to try and those who are afraid you will succeed." –Ray Goforth

43. "Thinking should become your capital asset, no matter whatever ups and downs you come across in your life." –A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

44. "I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have." –Thomas Jefferson

45. "The starting point of all achievement is desire." –Napoleon Hill

46. "Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day-in and day-out." –Robert Collier

47. "If you want to achieve excellence, you can get there today. As of this second, quit doing less-than-excellent work." –Thomas J. Watson

48. "All progress takes place outside the comfort zone." –Michael John Bobak

49. "You may only succeed if you desire succeeding; you may only fail if you do not mind failing." –Philippos

50. "Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear–not absence of fear." –Mark Twain

51. "Only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone." –Pablo Picasso

52. "People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing–that's why we recommend it daily." –Zig Ziglar

53. "We become what we think about most of the time, and that's the strangest secret." –Earl Nightingale

54. "The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary." –Vidal Sassoon

55. "Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears. " –Les Brown

56. "I find that when you have a real interest in life and a curious life, that sleep is not the most important thing." –Martha Stewart

57. "It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." –Anonymous

58. "The road to success and the road to failure are almost exactly the same." –Colin R. Davis

59. "The function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers." –Ralph Nader

60. "Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it." –Maya Angelou

61. "As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others." –Bill Gates

62. "A real entrepreneur is somebody who has no safety net underneath them." –Henry Kravis

63. "The first step toward success is taken when you refuse to be a captive of the environment in which you first find yourself." –Mark Caine

64. "People who succeed have momentum. The more they succeed, the more they want to succeed, and the more they find a way to succeed. Similarly, when someone is failing, the tendency is to get on a downward spiral that can even become a self-fulfilling prophecy." –Tony Robbins

65. "When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid." –Audre Lorde

66. "Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect." –Mark Twain

67. "The successful warrior is the average man, with laser-like focus." –Bruce Lee

68. "There is no traffic jam along the extra mile." –Roger Staubach

69. "Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success." –Dale Carnegie

70. "If you don't design your own life plan, chances are you'll fall into someone else's plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much." –Jim Rohn

71. "If you genuinely want something, don't wait for it–teach yourself to be impatient." –Gurbaksh Chahal

72. "Don't let the fear of losing be greater than the excitement of winning." –Robert Kiyosaki

73. "If you want to make a permanent change, stop focusing on the size of your problems and start focusing on the size of you!" –T. Harv Eker

74. "You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something–your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life." –Steve Jobs

75. "Two roads diverged in a wood and I took the one less traveled by, and that made all the difference." –Robert Frost

76. "The number one reason people fail in life is because they listen to their friends, family, and neighbors." –Napoleon Hill

77. "The reason most people never reach their goals is that they don't define them, or ever seriously consider them as believable or achievable. Winners can tell you where they are going, what they plan to do along the way, and who will be sharing the adventure with them." –Denis Waitley

78. "In my experience, there is only one motivation, and that is desire. No reasons or principle contain it or stand against it." –Jane Smiley

79. "Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one a second time." –George Bernard Shaw

80. "I don't want to get to the end of my life and find that I lived just the length of it. I want to have lived the width of it as well." –Diane Ackerman

81. "You must expect great things of yourself before you can do them." –Michael Jordan

82. "Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going." –Jim Ryun

83. "People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing." –Dale Carnegie

84. "There is no chance, no destiny, no fate, that can hinder or control the firm resolve of a determined soul." –Ella Wheeler Wilcox

85. "Our greatest fear should not be of failure but of succeeding at things in life that don't really matter." –Francis Chan

86. "You've got to get up every morning with determination if you're going to go to bed with satisfaction." –George Lorimer

87. "A goal is not always meant to be reached; it often serves simply as something to aim at." — Bruce Lee

88. "Success is … knowing your purpose in life, growing to reach your maximum potential, and sowing seeds that benefit others." –John C. Maxwell

89. "Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it's always your choice." –Wayne Dyer

90. "To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream, not only plan, but also believe." –Anatole France

91. "Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no help at all." –Dale Carnegie

92. "You measure the size of the accomplishment by the obstacles you had to overcome to reach your goals." –Booker T. Washington

93. "Real difficulties can be overcome; it is only the imaginary ones that are unconquerable." –Theodore N. Vail

94. "It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation." –Herman Melville

95. "What would you do if you weren't afraid." –Spencer Johnson

96. "Little minds are tamed and subdued by misfortune; but great minds rise above it." –Washington Irving

97. "Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor." –Truman Capote

98. "Don't let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do." –John R. Wooden

99. "You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it." –Margaret Thatcher

100. "A man can be as great as he wants to be. If you believe in yourself and have the courage, the determination, the dedication, the competitive drive and if you are willing to sacrifice the little things in life and pay the price for the things that are worthwhile, it can be done." –Vince Lombardi

As we read these thoughts, know they are sources of guidance in times of need, they can give us inspiration in times of struggle, they can motivate us in times of tribulations–success is not final and failure is not forever:

It is the motivation we choose that matters most.



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