Akomaye Ugar

Rise Up!

When you have failed so many times, there’s a tendency to begin to see and define yourself as a failure. This tarnishes your own image of yourself and injects defeatism, inferiority, intimidation, and self pity into your behaviour. It’s sad to see men who conquered lions begin to feel unsure about their ability to catch

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Viable Strategies In the Process of Economic Transition

While the specifics of a tough season may come as different strokes for different folks, one common thread that runs through that fabric is discomfort. Economic and psychological pressures have a direct correlation, and wisdom is required to stem the tide. What do you do when the process is stalling, income is low, bills are

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Family Time

Be intentional about family time, and make it priority. It does not make much sense to invest in everything else, spend time with everyone else, and then make the assumption that the family will be okay. Invest your very best in the nest of your home. Don’t be a stranger to your best allies; be

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The Thermostat

Your mentality is your thermostat. It sets the bar for the operations of your life. It determines what you accept or reject. It governs what you see, and how you see it. It determines who and what will grow or suffocate around your life. A thermostat fights with its entire ‘being’ to retain its predetermined

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Friendship!

Friendship isn’t sycophancy or blind loyalty; neither is it a mindless and sentimental endorsement of bad behaviour. The joy of having a true friend should stem from the confidence that they can speak truth to us, inspire us to push harder towards the pursuit of purpose, as well as call our attention to areas where

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Examine Yourself

The scriptures enjoin us to constantly examine ourselves to verify the status of our faith (2Cor 13:5). We can’t afford to behave anyhow and assume that everything is okay. You examine yourself by observing your thought processes, lifestyle, choices, actions, priorities, and desires. In fact, we were taught in educational psychology that learning has occurred

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