Friday, 18 August 2017

Making real money


Everyone wants to make good money online.
Well, here are W. Smiths highlight of a few Top ways you can make money online... In a good way OK.
Top ways to make money online and offline
  1. No-risk matched betting. Hands down the quickest way to make a lot of money (well, without breaking the law). ...
  2. Online surveys. ...
  3. Paid for searching the web. ...
  4. Online market trading. ...
  5. Start your own website. ...
  6. Review websites & apps for cash. ...
  7. The 'Disney Vault' secret. ...
  8. 'Get Paid To' sites.    I may not totally agree with number 1,  but if you look at other, you could engage your time meaningfully. 

Saturday, 12 August 2017

Mutual Faith Blog: Two ways to Unleash your Potential

Mutual Faith Blog: Two ways to Unleash your Potential: #1 ASPIRATION Until you aspire you can’t acquire. Someone said what you don’t desire you don’t deserve. Living without a goal makes yo...

Two ways to Unleash your Potential



#1 ASPIRATION
Until you aspire you can’t acquire. Someone said what you don’t desire you don’t deserve. Living without a goal makes you no better than a goat. Without ambition, your genius cannot come out! Many are gifted but they don’t care. They lack aspiration, therefore they lack success too.
Aspiration helps you to stretch your potentials. When you aspire, you dream big dreams. This in turn makes you to draw as much as you can from the deep fountain of resources in you –just to achieve those dreams.
Many people are too passive to succeed. There is no room for carefree people in the world of accomplishments. There is no star without an ambition and no ambition is fulfilled without maximizing inner potentials. Therefore, aspiration is a vital key for utilization of potential.
If you ever watch a football match, you will agree that when a team is a goal down 10 minutes into the game, in most cases, the tempo of the game would be normal. But if the team is still a goal down at 85 minutes, the tempo will be very high. Why? Because time is almost gone and the losing team would do everything it takes to find an equalizer before it gets to 90 minutes.
They had the potential at 10 minutes but the aspiration doubles at 85 minutes –because they’re running out of time. At 85 minutes, you see the full potential of the losing team in action. As they become more desperate, more of their ability shows. They make more desperate runs, long crosses, hard tackles and so on. They begin to do what they never did earlier in the game.
That’s the way it is in life. If you don’t aspire for anything, you cannot unleash the hidden genius in you!

#2 ASSESSMENT
Ignorance births stagnation and frustration. The understanding of who you are determines what you become. Many people don’t even know themselves. Very few people actually look within. There’s much on your inside, but you cannot know until you assess. Assessment is the mother of discovery.
First, you must assess what you have. What are the resources available to you? What are your gifts and talents? What do you hate and what do you love? What aren’t you good at? Are you ready to give up doing what you are not good at? Are you ready to pay more attention to the areas of your strength? These are very crucial self assessment questions you must answer.
Secondly, you must assess what you need and what you don’t need. What friends are you willing to give up? What routine is killing you? What routine is best for you? Who have you chosen as your mentor? What are the books you must read before the month runs out?
You must be willing to separate wants from needs. Many people are doing what appeals to them, not what they’re created for. For example, you don’t need to go to a music school when you know you’re a gifted athlete. You should be in the stadium instead. When you assess your potential, you must also assess what you need in order to enhance that potential.

Wednesday, 26 July 2017

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Tuesday, 25 July 2017

My Blog got the Liebster Bloggers Award Nomination


Hello there, I just got an interesting nomination for the Liebster bloggers award; much to my amazement though because I’m considerably a newbie in blogging.
The liebster blogger award is an award given to bloggers by fellow bloggers who they consider inspiring and hardworking. Liebster in German means sweetest, kindest, dearest, beloved, lovely, kind, pleasant, valued, cute, endearing, and welcome. 
I was nominated by a great friend Christian Acha who owns the beautiful blog (Happiness is free). She’s an inspiration and you can view her blog here www.christianaacha.com

The Liebster award rules:

1.      Thank the person who nominated you and post a link to their site.

2.      Display an image of the award and write a post about your nomination on your blog.

3.      Answer the 10 questions your nominee has asked in their blog post.

4.      Nominate 5-10 other deserving new bloggers for the award and ask them 10 questions of your choice.

5.      List the rules of the award in your blog post.

Answers to Christiana Acha's questions:

1.  Tell us about your blog.
I own the Mutual Faith Blog. I got inspiration for this blog when I read Romans 1:12 (NIV). It says; “that is, that you and I may be mutually encouraged by each other’s faith.” My goal is to bring people together who will motivate themselves, inspire themselves and together, break the limits in their lives.

2. What has been the most rewarding experience your blog has brought you?

There’s nothing that inspires me more than the knowledge that I’ve been a blessing to someone. Every time I blog, there’s a sense of fulfillment. It’s not a one-time thing, it’s every time! 

3. What is the best piece of advice you can give your readers?

You are too gifted to die a mediocre. Start maximizing your God-given talents right away.  

4. What is your favorite travel destination and why?

In Nigeria it’s Calabar…it’s a nice place for Holidays. But overall, I’ll certainly go for London. I love the view from the air, especially when descending toward the Heathrow airport.   

6.  If someone were visiting your city or town, what would you suggest they do?

Well currently I’m in Lokoja. If you’re coming here for the first time, come with a lot of books to read cos there ain’t too many sights to see, to be sincere! But rest assured, it’s a peaceful place overall. 

7.  What makes you deliriously happy?

Frankly, it’s when I realize people are reading my books. 

8. What is your guilty pleasure?

Playing my championship manager.

 9. What is a difficult obstacle you have had to overcome?

Getting my thesis approved years back. I had a very difficult supervisor who was bent on frustrating me. But God frustrated him instead.

10. What are you most grateful in your life?

It was God giving me a second chance at living, many times. Very notably, in 2003, I took a short flight to Jos from Lagos. Then I decided to follow my cousin (who was working in the airport and also living close to the airport) to his house. We climbed his bike and on our way, we tumbled off the bike for reasons I don’t know till today. Suddenly we were lying flat in the middle of an express road and vehicles right behind us were on high speed.
That day I escaped death miraculously and I’m so grateful to God for that.

I nominate the following bloggers for the Liebster Award:
Here are five lovely blogs anyone would love. I’m nominating them.

4. Home kitchenry: http://homekitchenary.com/   
5. Minds Musings: http://mindsmusings.com/


Friday, 21 July 2017

Awakening the Hidden Genius in You


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Sunday, 16 July 2017

Three Relationship Topics Young Folks don't Talk About Until It's Too Late!


Last week, I debated no less than three different relationship topics with various people on and off-line. Taken individually, no single topic was particularly groundbreaking. But, when I began thinking about them in total I realized they’re topics that we think about but don’t like to discuss because the conversation is usually uncomfortable. Instead, we avoid the topics and hope they work themselves out on their own when we already know they never will. Below are three topics people should discuss in the beginning of a relationship but they often don’t have until the end…
1. Is Being Faithful Hard?
Rather than answer this question, I’ll ask another question. If being faithful is easy, then why do so many people cheat? Have you asked your partner if they’ve always been faithful or their thoughts on cheating?
To be clear, I’m not only talking about physical encounters. Many people limit their definition of cheating to physical encounters. However, most infidelities don’t leap to the physical. You often work your way up to the physical point, so what about all those missteps you took on your way there?
What about all those indiscretions you overlooked, ignored, or somehow excused until the inevitable? You know the type: the extra DM on Twitter, the inappropriate ‘Like’ on a Facebook picture you had no business viewing in the first place, or the “hey, how have you been?” message to an X even though you’re in a new relationship. Then there is real life: the extra flirtatious laugh, touch, or suggestion you give or overlook from a person of interest. You know you respective statuses so instead you entice each other, playfully at first, until that invisible line between flirtatiously innocent suggestions and outright deceitful actions blurs beyond recognition. What then?
When I posed the question on Twitter, most people responded that being faithful is easy. This is an interesting theory. Are those who are faithful relatively stronger than those who are not? If so, what makes them so strong? Is it a strong moral resolve? Code? Ethics? Or do they simply have more will power than their cheat prone counterparts? Does this mean once a cheater, always a cheater? If so, then telling someone who has cheated to simply avoid or stop cheating is like telling a drug addict to stop doing drugs. Yes, you’ve identified a solution, but if it were that simple then no one would cheat (or do drugs). This is why I think it’s important to identify the true cause in order to successfully address the issue rather than make blanket and dismissive statement. Further, it may help to determine is it harder to be faithful than it is to cheat? Do men or women have it harder or easier? Is cheating more about avoiding situations that can lead to infidelity or having the strength to resist all opportunities real or imagined?
2. Is arguing a natural part of every relationship?

Last week Roland Martin tweeted:
RT @RolandSMartin: A # of youre saying how wrong I am. That’s because you’ve accepted arguing as being part of a relationship. I DON’T.
Can you genuinely remove arguing from a relationship or do you believe arguing is a natural part of a healthy relationship? What happens if you find arguing detrimental but your partner finds it natural? What’s the difference between an argument and a debate?
I always hate to prescribe definitive answers to emotional or subjective subjects. I’ve been in relationships where we never argued and I’ve been in relationships where we argued all the time. However, neither relationship was relatively better than the other. Sometimes the relationship I was in where we never agued might have benefited from us putting facts on the table, even if they made us uncomfortable. Conversely, in the relationship where we always agued, there were times when we would make petty arguments into grand stands, because we were trying to gain ground based on an important argument we lost days, weeks, or months ago. At times, we were immature and petty, but there were few times where we held back our feelings. Obviously a balance is best, but biting your tongue to maintain peace is often no better than getting everything out of your system in the present in order to have peace in the future.
3. Is your significant other entitled to your social media passwords in a committed relationship?
From Black And Married With Kids:
A Michigan man is now being sued by his ex-wife after he read her e-mails and learned of her extramarital affair with her (allegedly abusive) ex-husband. Got that?
The prosecution argues that he “hacked” into her e-mail, basing the justification of the charges on a criminal statute that is typically used to prosecute governmental hackers.
He claims that he used the computer all the time and she kept her passwords in a little book next to the computer. Simple click-clack of the keys and he was in.
Harmless, right? I’m not sure.
What are your thoughts? Do you have access to your significant other’s social media accounts? Do they have access to yours? Why or why not? Does not providing your password automatically mean you’re hiding something?

I don’t care if the Queen wants my passwords. I also feel like she shouldn’t have to ask. As they say, if you go looking for trouble, you’re bound to find it. In my opinion, you shouldn’t need my passwords because there shouldn’t be anything you ever need to verify. You should be able to ask me a question and expect that I will answer you honestly. If you don’t trust my response, then in my opinion that is the real issue. Some people say your wife (or family) should know your password so they can access your account in the case of your untimely death, to which my response is, “like hell they do.” If I’ve passed away, I can think of absolutely no good that will come from you having access to my various accounts. In fact, if I unexpectedly pass away, just throw my laptop in the deepest part of the Pacific Ocean.
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1) Do you discuss these topics when you’re vetting someone for a serious relationship? 2) What are some other topics you’ve learned the hard way that you should have asked early on in the dating process? 3) What are some other topics not covered today that people don’t discuss until it’s too late? 4) Which topic do you know needs to be had but you hate talking about the most?
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