Many aspiring writers struggle with procrastination. Continue reading
It true that: having a good reason for doing something is a forward propelling factor.
This is true for writing as it is for everything else.
Thus, Writers write.
But why do they write?
In order to be a writer, you must write.
This can be achieved through the maintenance of epic creativity and inspiration levels which in turn are fuelled by motivation. Continue reading
For a very long time I’d been a victim to failed goals. I’d set them and work tirelessly towards them but while I get to have a few wins most times I lose out.
Creativity showers different benefits on its practitioners. Indeed, everywhere you go you find people who are using their creative muscles to come up with life solutions.
Due to the high level of productivity required of humans nowadays, work at night and it’s normal after a long hot day with work and other responsibilities getting your attention. You get tired and look to caffeine containing foods like coffee. This is a good post for the night owls who work well at night. You don’t need to take coffee anymore!
5 places I go to get inspired to write
There are days when as writers we feel uninspired to write.
On such days no articles are produced, no stories birthed and the writers’ world is in a standstill. Zero productivity. Constant drifting.
To solve this problem, there are places where I go to get fresh inspiration to write and that is what I write about in this post.
How Greed, Ingratitude and Lack of sharing are depriving you of happiness
You’ve just landed a multi-million dollar contract but you see it like a normal feat!
Your business just recorded an 80% profit for the year but all you said was “it could be better”!
You passed all your exams and are topping your class yet you see it as an everyday thing!
You have all the human factors seemingly required to make a happy man but you aren’t happy!
A few weeks ago I was conversing with a friend whom I hadn’t seen for three years.
After the usual, ‘long time no see’ and ‘how have you been?’ salutations,
he asked me a question – ‘What does success mean to you?’ I was silent for a while and he added, ‘What’s your life target?’
I was dumbfounded by the gravity of the question and couldn’t answer. All through my journey back to school I kept pondering on it – what does success mean to me personally?
I didn’t get to the bottom of it until recently. I now understand what my friend was asking me to do.