Keep Moving on. The Ghanaian afropop, dancehall and R&B Queen, Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda better known by her stage name MzVee, in the song Daavi, meaning young lady in Ewe. MzVee is singing about how she has made it by just moving on. And you too, can make it. When you are looking for a righteous achievement, keep pressing on, that's what God wants you to do and that's what will bring you success. According to the Success magazine, there are three basic things you should try to do, to be successful. 1. Chart your progress, 2. Keep the end result or objective in sight and 3. Set up a daily routine. In charting your progress, try to identify what you were doing 6 months ago or even a year ago, and note that you are making progress. According to success magazine, We too frequently become adept at pointing out our own flaws. We are good at identifying why we will fail. Stop. We need to believe we doll succeed. Economics is now recognizing more and more the importance of factoring in the psychic benefits we get in addition to financial gains. This makes our profit look much larger than the costs involved and so our motivation rises to help us press on. As we said, have a daily routine and keep it simple. That's what the train does. It study's in its tracks. That what the planets do, they stay in their orbit and keep time with their rotation to achieve their goal of maintaining on time arrival for each weather season. Keep the goal in sight. When I was in high school, all I saw coming from China as an export to us was the ruler. Now they have a lot more than that. Just look at the many items in your office or home, most of them are invariably from China. How did they do? They kept pressing on. We too can do it. Every economically active Nigerian or African should think of what he or she can produce and export. This can be an economic game changer for Africa. Our hidden economics for you.
Posted: May 24th, 2017 @ 02:18:48 AM