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Monday, 6 August 2018


It's often said that what you do not know is bigger than you. And what you know should not find its way around your neck.

First step to killing the fear that keeps you from maximizing your gift and acquired skill is knowledge.

Being multi-talented is great, but if you don't type down to your core strength, you'll float like the lily on River Efu.

Many people can do many things at the same time, but cannot be masters in all. They dwell in the security of having a lot around to shield them from being blank.

Choose a lane to run with. Look for the meeting point of your strengths. When you have discovered your core strength, fear gets gradually dispelled in exchange for courage-laden mastery.

When you have achieved this, do everything you need to do with the knowledge you have garnered. 

Do it regardless.

Think of how less you read when exams are far away, and how much you read when your exams get closer. 

Fear simply magnifies what didn't scare you earlier. It doesn't change it. Fear doesn't change the exam questions. It simply makes the exam look mightier and scary to you. 

Fear is glass - magnifying glass; fear is breakable.

Break it.

Live your real life. Fear will always come into the works. Jump it like Lagos road. Don't wait for the vehicles to finish crossing, except you have a mat to pass the night by the roadside. They will never stop crossing. Brave it.

Say you gentle no be for Lagos road. Find way cross, but no go jump enter motor front o.

Fear is glass. Break it. Go on. Do it afraid. Do it with your eyes and mouth wide open.


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