The beautiful Rihanna was seen out and about in London exiting the exclusive Mayfair members’ hotspot The Arts Club in London, where she partied without her billionaire boyfriend Hassan Jamee. She wore a Denim chic shirt wich she teamed with a pair of matching jeans that showcased her curves.
31 year old Carl Ikeme (who is a Nigerian international goalkeeper) was diagnosed with acute leukaemia weeks ago. The sad news was disclosed to him after he returned abnormal blood tests during pre-season training and a further medical investigation. Today he shared a new selfie with a funny caption. See his full post on twitter below.
Sidechicks are getting bolder by the day!! One sidechick sent a message to the wife of the man she’s been sleeping with complaining that he cheated on her with some of her friends. Lol this one is bold!! He’s been cheating on her so what should the wife say?
Anyway the wife sent the screen shots of the messages to relationship expert Joro Omolofun.
The sidechick further told the lady to warn her husband to leave her alone. She also shared screenshots between her and the man who was begging her not to leave him while claiming to be managing his wife.
There was a man with four wives.
He loved his fourth wife the most and took a great care of her and gave her the best.
He also loved his third wife and always wanted to show her off to his friends.
However, he was always had a fear that she might runaway with some other man.
He loved his second wife too.
Whenever he faced some problems, he always turned to his second wife and she would always help him out.
He did not love his first wife though she loved him deeply, was very loyal to him and took great care of him.
One day the man fell very ill and knew that he is going to die soon. He told himself, “I have four wives with me. I will take one of them along with me when I die to keep company in my death.”
Thus, he asked the fourth wife to die along with him and keep company. “No
way!” she replied and walked away without another word.
He asked his third wife. She said “Life is so good over here. I’m going to remarry when you die”.
He then asked his second wife. She said “I’m Sorry. I can’t help you this time around.
At the most I can only accompany you til your grave.” By now his heart sank and turned cold. Then a voice called out: “I’ll leave with you. I’ll follow you no matter where you go.”
the man looked up and there was his first wife.
She was so skinny, almost like she suffered from malnutrition.
Greatly grieved, the man said, “I should have taken
much better care of you while I could have!”
Actually, we all have four
wives in our lives.
1. The fourth wife is our body. No matter how much time and effort we
lavish in making it look good, it’ll leave us when w die.
2. The third wife is our
possessions, status and wealth. When we die, they go to others.
3. the second wife is our family and friends. No matter how close they had been there for us when we’re alive, the furthest they can stay by us is up to the grave.
4. the first wife is our soul, neglected in our pursuit of material wealth and pleasure. It is actually the only thing that follows us wherever we go.
True greatness lies in exploring the very limits of human ability; and then pushing them even further – Albert & Comfort Ocran.
A delegation of Ghanaian handicraft exporters went on a trade mission to the United States in the early nineties to prospect for potential buyers. The cane products in particular caught the attention of a giant retail firm that initiated a discussion about a potential order in batches of 40,000 pieces for all their 20,000 shops. The exporters suddenly started fidgeting and stuttering at the most basic questions. Apparently, none of them had handled an order exceeding a few hundred pieces.
The importer was both concerned and surprised; so he begun to find out if there was any reason why they could not deliver the order. He asked about the availability of financing, labour, management and technology. All these areas had minor issues but the biggest surprise was in the area of raw materials.
When asked about how many hectares of the raw material, rattan, were annually cultivated in Ghana, the amused exporters’ honest response was that the product only grew in the wild in the Western region of Ghana. That was the end of the discussion because the size of order they were discussing required a dependable and uninterrupted source of deliberately cultivated raw materials.
How many times have we gotten big opportunities in life but lacked the capacity to fully take advantage of them? Capacity refers to the maximum ability to produce, perform or contain. The issue of capacity is at the very heart of how prepared we are to seize our opportunities. It is not enough for a business person to praying for bigger orders and constantly prospecting for new clients. Equally important is the level of readiness to handle opportunities when they come.
What size of opportunity are you prepared for today?
What would you do if someone brought the equivalent of year’s work to you to deliver in a month? Would you complain or take advantage?
Are there supporting arrangements or back-ups you could fall on?
Answering these and other related questions could help in your preparation as you expand your capacity to take advantage of your opportunities.
Capacity at any time could be financial, material, social or even mental. In today’s knowledge-driven economy, your mental capacity is one of the most important factors you must develop for career success.
Your first steps towards expanding your mental capacity could be committing to a planned programme of reading and self-improvement.
A manufacturer can expand capacity by modernising production units, deploying shifts, improving technology or increasing efficiency through process re-engineering. For a supervisor seeking a managerial promotion, building capacity could mean taking a management course or learning from a mentor. Whatever you do, look for ways to improve and expand your capacity in readiness for new opportunities.
Key Thought: I shall expand my mental capacity by daily learning and reading.
Culled from “101 Keys to Achievement and Fulfillment“ by Albert & Comfort Ocran © 2008
During World War II, a soldier was separated from his unit on an island.
The fighting had been intense, and in the smoke and the crossfire he had lost touch with his comrades.
Alone in the jungle, he could hear enemy soldiers coming in his direction.
Scrambling for cover, he found his way up a high ridge to several small caves in the rock.
Quickly he crawled inside one of the caves.
Although safe for the moment, he realized that once the enemy soldiers looking for him swept up the ridge, they would quickly search all the caves and he would be killed.
As he waited, he prayed, “Lord, please spare my life. Whatever will happen, I love you and trust you. Amen.”
After praying, he lay quietly listening to the enemy begin to draw close.
He thought, “Well, I guess the Lord isn’t going to help me out of this one.”
Then he saw a spider begin to build a web over the front of his cave.
“Hah” he thought. “What I need is a brick wall and what the Lord has sent me is a spider web.
God does have a sense of humor.”
As the enemy drew closer he watched from the darkness of his hide out and could see them searching one cave after another. As they came to his, he got ready to make his last stand, but then he heard the leader of the soldiers say, “you may as well ignore looking in this cave…
if he had entered here this web would be broken!”
So they left and he was delivered! To his amazement, however, after glancing in the direction of his cave, they moved on.
Suddenly, he realized that with the spider web over the entrance, his cave looked as if no one had entered for quite a while. “Lord, forgive me,” prayed the young man.
“I had forgotten that in you a spider’s web is stronger than a brick wall.