Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Have you Measured yourself; thus far?!

2016 is rounding off in about forty-six (46) days and I'm wondering where you're at with the goals you set for yourself in the beginning of the year.

What about your resolution? Are you keeping up with it because is high time we evaluated ourselves and see what we achieved, add up, or abandon along the way. Is it a plus for you in terms of fulling your goals or a regret in terms of falling along the way or burden-some because of many things to juggle with?

My walk around Braamfontein yesterday opened me up to so many things: in terms of new companies or businesses joining our vibrant community like: IBM Africa Research Institute, House of Vans Johannesburg, Skyline or the relocation of Hive Johannesburg to corners Juta & Biccard street, Dip Street next to the currently renovating TOMS.

Though; JUICED Co.moved; what a pity but they are better off that PUMA and some other businesses that were looted during the student-protest nitty-gritty; though they are recuperating but where am I going with this? I'm actually doing a quick flash back of an article "Have you done your new year resolution?

You can click on the high-lightened link to grasp where I'm coming from in other to understand where I'm going to with this article "Have you Measured yourself; thus far?"

Sit down, check yourself up, put down some win-win situation, lose-lose situation and accept your results. I'm not here to crush you if you fail as a believer, student, as a parent, a child, business person or in whatever bracket(s) you belong to.

This process would help you to know figure out where you miss it, help you to learn your mistakes and move to the next level.

One thing that you must not forget is you can't move to the next level until you measure yourself, accept your responsibility, discipline yourself to your goals, accept your faults and amend your ways in your faith in Christ.

On this note; I encourage you not to give up regardless of how many times life hit you hard but stand up firm and face your fear.

                                        I SEE YOU IN MY NEXT LEVEL.

By Olagunju, Success Taiwo.

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