Reach Our Final Destination

When a plane sees that there is a storm or air- traffic congestion, it can adjust it approach to reach its intended target on time. If there’s major turbulence ahead and it needs to veer slightly off course, it knows what to do in order to correct that so it can make up for the time lost and to ultimately reach its destination.

I truly believe our goals are very much like an airplane’s journey. We’re trying to reach our final destination, and in order to do that, we need to be clear about what that destination is and when we’ll reach it. Then, all we need to do is plan, take action and to modify our approach along the way in order to get to where we’re going in the long term. Simple sounding, but clearly far harder to implement.


Bridges to Highway 

Don’t underestimate the importance of people in your life. People are the bridges on the highway to your destiny. Relationships are the currency of life; those who invest in them are richly rewarded. Treat every person like they are the missing piece to your life puzzle.

 At every turning point of your life, God has placed a person waiting to bless you with provisions, instructions, encouragement and direction for your next move. Therefore honor and value the people that God brings into your life no matter how insignificant they may appear. 

You cannot move from where you are to where God wants you to be without people. Nobody is too important to need people. Divine blessings, breakthroughs and solutions often come through the least expected people.

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Learn to Succeed

We worry we’re not capable, worthy or ready and we allow that worry to stop us.

Let’s not forget we didn’t always know how to ride a bike or use a computer or make love, but we figured it out. Even birds learned to fly and trust their wings. 

Humans did not know how to land on the moon but we decided it was a worthwhile endeavor, so we struggled for a decade to puzzle it out. We became capable of the impossible. 

Remember with enough time, effort and dedication we can learn most of what we need to succeed. 

Inspired by Motivation Manifesto 

Artists who create

We only have one life and the hours tick away every day. What do you want to use that time to create? What is the body of work that you want people to remember.

There are no rules. You can take ideas from all cultures, all civilisations. You will never be stuck for ideas if you mine the riches of what has gone before and then turn it into something new.

Artists who work on this scale have a workshop, assistants, other craftspeople who turn their ideas into reality. Does this make them any less of an artist?

I don’t think so. Because this scale of creative ambition is way beyond one person to create in a lifetime.
Do we ask architects to build their own structures? Or expect chefs to cook every dish?

Be a creator of timeless art. 

A day in the life of Kudzai

My day is never a dull one. 24 hours runs out like I only had 4 hours. Here is it starts. 

The minute I open my eyes or just see light penetrating through my curtains, it is time to rise up for a productive day ahead.  I try to say a prayer or just take 3 more mins sleeping. But most of the time, once I open my eyes I know its time to get up. So I go straight to my window open the curtains then peer through my lace curtains to see what’s going on. Normally on weekdays, the amazement of watching of young children running late for school or young teens rushing to get to their bus stops is never falling to grab my attention. I love observing mothers strolling their little ones to nursery or the people rushing late for work. I always amuzed. At times, I just want to get a rough idea of  the unreliable weather to know what’s best to wear. 

After opening windows to get natural light and fresh air, I either go a run or go straight for a shower. I try to get ready in half an hour but make up, music or distactions makes it impossible. Thirdly, I get ready to go get my breakfast and be out to go wherever I am off to on that day. Its usually the library. I spend about 5 to 6 hours working either on a book idea, blog ideas or just writing the next series or reading important stuff online. I am forever researching. 

At time I come home around 4  then prepare dinner, do dishes,  sort tomorrows stuff.  My days are always hectic.  There is never time for tv or just lazying around. My brain is always cooking something. Either plotting the next series of rabbits stealing syrup cotted carrots or planning my trip to York. After that I pick up my motivation manifesto or a novel I been in love with. Once I finish reading. I normally listen to music. But if my days has been hectic, like today went to do some office work, walked for 8.03 km then did a story telling session and came home, I would be so exhausted. The minute I sit on my bed that’s it I am gone. I say a prayer each night before I sleep even if I fall asleep half way. 

My life as a writer, blogger, entrepreneur is never easy but rather interesting. I believe time is money that’s why I never want to work for anyone. I like to make my own rules including my times. 
Life is never dull for me each day I woke up. Catch me on my travel, chill days 

To be continued…..

Follow your dream

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Anthony Cosimini Founder & Owner of: Mistersherbetlemon Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Successful Living Writer A Quick Background Story: Ambitions form in people at a very young age. They often say a lot about what kind of person they may someday become. A good deal of these ambitions are often well paid, respectable […]

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