We’re going through this series called “Gain A Better Work Day,” where we want to look at some practices and principles that will improve the way you deliver at work with the limited yet valuable time you put into things that matter. Last week, we talked about how to prepare for the unexpected so that you don’t fumble and panic on the spot. (more…)
I don’t think I’ve ever done a blog series in my life and I really don’t know why. The first minute I thought of the idea, I jumped right into it because I know it can and will provide more value for you. I’m doing this series called “Gain A Better Work Day” by sharing insights and principles that will help you crush those work days, and build a strong discipline that will make you hustle harder but also waste less time, energy and resources. (more…)
If you got married in the last five years, then you’ve probably heard of and even studied Gary Chapman’s “The Five Love Languages.” Me and Ces did, and it was a tremendous help to understanding each other and God’s ultimate plan for marriage. I love studying love languages and highly recommend it to other couples who are married and about to get married.
2010 was not a very good year for me. Although that was the year that I had accomplished so much in life, it was also the time that I had lost so much. At the age of twenty, I had the opportunity of successfully starting a business, winning a prestigious award as one of the best Marketers of the country and all this after dropping out of college. (more…)
The world considers the word “repent” as the most dirty things Christians say. Most people would cringe at the mention of that word because we often picture out a street preacher angrily shouting out to bystanders how sinful and hell-worthy they are when we hear someone say it. (more…)
Just this week, we finally completed the purchase and transfer of ownership of our house after almost one year of getting everything necessary for it to happen. The process was challenging, tedious, and at many points frustrating (considering the property was not a clean title), but looking back at all of the things that happened it was all worth it. (more…)
One of the most preposterous and liberating statements of the Christian faith is that Jesus is enough. It’s preposterous because the world rejects such an idea of humanity being insufficient and liberating because no truth could ever be more enabling than this when we realise it’s full essence. (more…)
I have a confession to make- I have in the last couple of months developed a small trauma over my days off. That’s because every Monday since the start of the year, something bad happens, and it has become my new normal. (more…)