“If you want what you have never had before. If you want to do what you have never done before. If you want to be what, you have never been before. Then you have to change your mentality.” – Eric Thomas, motivational speaker, author, and minister But you are comfortable. You are too comfortable to realize the opportunities that lie before you. Why, because instead of thinking about the opportunity, you are thinking about the commitment. So subconsciously you have already lost. You have allowed Resistance; the narrative you tell yourself – “I am not good enough” – to win. I fight Resistance every minute of every day. It’s a vicious, deceitful, and cunning enemy but I am tired. I am sick of allowing Resistance dictate what I can achieve. I refuse to die with unrealized dreams still in me. I decided to start looking at my life as an opportunity, to be what I have never been before. So what’s the game plan? continue reading » 14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Zimbabwe’s small group of dog enthusiasts is keeping an old tradition alive.The German shepherd dog society, one of the few remain dog clubs in the country, is still training dogs and their owners and holding regular dog shows.Dog owners have been hit hard by the biting economy which has increased pet food costs and significantly reduced their numbers.
Finalists have emerged in both Boys Under-12 & Girls Under-16 of 4th MRS Kids Cup slated for today, May 27th at the Campos mini Stadium,Ajele,Lagos,after the completion of semi-final matches.K&B Ace, Dopemu trounced YS Ace, Apapa 4-2 in the first semi-final to set up a final clash against Young Boys Ace,Ajah who defeated Tao United, Oke Afa 3-1 in the second semi-final of the Boys category at Ojo Oniyun playing ground,Ebute-Meta,LagosThe Girls Under-16 final will be between Mary Ace,Sabo and Alara Girls,Epe, after both teams eliminated their respective opponents in the semi-finals. Mary Ace secured their place in the final,after defeating MM Queens,Igando 5-4 on penalties after both sides their tie goalless at the end of regulation time,whileAlaro Girls managed a 2-1 win over Gbemi Queens,Ilasamaja.Speaking ahead of the final,Managing Director of MRS Oil of Nigeria Plc,Andrew Gbodume has assured participants and spectators of a good final to look forward to.“Our organisation was excited with the level of awareness the competition has created among the kids for the past four years and the company will continue to support the children for them to achieve their dreams”,he said.The eventual winners in both categories will go home with N250,000, runners-up N150,000 and the third place finishers N100,000.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Results of the latest TripAdvisor (TripBarometer) survey shows the motivation for 78 percent of Australians traveling is to enhance their perspective.Upon returning from holidays, two out of three Australians begin planning their next adventure, while 11 percent aspire to move abroad, compared to the global average of six percent.While ‘enhancing perspective’ is the main driver for travellers worldwide, the variations in motivations differ from nationalities. Those from South Africa, UK and Italy leaned towards ‘harmony’, whereas Brazilians, Thais and Chinese sought ‘liberation’.Post-travel impacts of the survey, confirm young Australian adults are more likely to be more open-minded and tolerant of others (66 percent), while 55 percent introduced new foods into their diets.Australia also topped the chart as the country most likely to donate to charity, followed by Malaysia, USA and New Zealand in second, third and fourth place, respectively.The fourth edition of the biannual TripAdvisor (TripBarometer) study, which focuses on the psychology of travel is conducted on behalf of TripAdvisor by independent research firm Ipsos.TripBarometer is a tourism survey highlighting country, regional and global travel trends according to more than 53,000 travellers and hoteliers around the world.Source = ETB News: Megan Tran