Think about the times you engaged someone in an argument with the intent to defeat them and make them surrender and say, “Okay, okay, I’m wrong, I give up. Your argument is acceptable.” When you come from the plane
Life is often about choices. Watching Roger listen with rapt attention to both customer with complaints and those ankling to buy electronic gadgets and accessories could provide the apt reference to write a thesis on customer relationship. “Oh, I’m sorry.
Do you think that the school teachers of secondary school pupils, who weren’t obviously financially rich, were successful? Do you think that pastors who oversee congregations with a few hundred or even a few scores, who don’t fly
It rained one Sunday morning as I was approaching the church where I fellowship on Sunday. From the porch stepped out an usher who held out an umbrella for me to prevent me from being soaked when I stepped out
Question 1. I just finished NYSC 3 months ago and the hard truth is a job isn’t coming anytime soon and right now am at a challenging point. I don’t know what to do, how to start and all of that.
I’ve been around in the public speaking industry to know how it feels when people look up to you like a saviour. When I speak in churches, I ululate in the luxurious feeling of being pampered – having
As a young lad, I was slightly miffed at the fact that my dad never wanted us around whenever he was eating his meals. Whenever he ate, he made sure that no one visited the toilet because he didn’t like
I receive a request to place a review on a blog post or download a document from a Twitter follower. I click and I’m directed to a website or a blog where I’m asked to sign up as a prerequisite
Advantage? Hmmm For everyone of us, we have an advantage. I’m muscular, so I made it into the military. I’m intelligent, so I passed the exam in flying colours. I’m a pretty damsel, so I won the pageant. We can
More knowledgeable Christians have way of displaying superiority of knowledge. The creeping of this attitude is subtle. Suggestions are treated with kid gloves. This happens to organizations who are becoming big. Little things that matter to customers don’t matter anymore and