Monday, December 25, 2023

Wishing You A Merry Christmas

I hope you all have a fantastic Christmas with your loved ones and friends, and I hope 2024 brings you all health, happiness, prosperity, and peace.

I appreciate you taking my courses, buying resources, and reading my articles. I sincerely hope the values you have discovered this year motivate you to do your best.

I look forward to sharing more with you in the coming year. I've been working in the background to create more helpful content. So, keep a lookout in the New Year for tips and strategies to polish your writing skills and elevate your success.

I will talk about it in detail in the interview and review page and let you know once it is done. I also plan to make out time for book reviews for the upcoming year. However, the author will donate a small Amazon gift card to this course to support my work. I will go into more detail about it on the interview and review page and let you know when it's done.

Savour the joyous occasion.

​​​​​​​Warm wishes,

Damilola Ogunremi

Monday, December 4, 2023

Choose Activities That Will Provide both Short-Term and Long-Term Returns

I just finished the first draft of my book, Mastering Relationship Etiquette for Singles: Your Guide to Navigating the Dating Scene with Grace this morning, and I'm feeling really proud of myself. Of course, there's still a lot of work to be done before it's ready for publication. I have to revise and write subsequent drafts, but I'm praying for the strength and fortitude to bring it to a polished, finished draft.


Today, I wanted to share a quick tip with you about maximizing your time. When it comes to investing your time, it's crucial to choose activities that will provide both short-term and long-term returns.


Another important factor to consider when investing your time is the consequences. Every action you take can have positive or negative consequences. Sometimes things will go as planned, and other times they won't.


However, even negative consequences don't necessarily mean that your efforts are in vain. It may mean that you need to change your approach or persevere through a difficult season. In all things, spend your time wisely. When you're old and frail, you'll look back on your life and wish you had spent your time more productively.


Remember, it's better to try and fail than to do nothing and have nothing to show for your time.


I hope you have a wonderful week. The RCCG Annual Holy Ghost Congress is taking place this week. If you can, I would like you to attend in person or watch it online. May you and I both experience Divine Repositioning in our destiny. Amen!


Damilola Ogunremi,

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