In life there are two kinds of people, the optimists and the pessimists. If you belong to the latter group of individuals, chances are you find it really hard to acknowledge the little victories climbing up the ladder to success. A quote by Alphonse Karr says, “Some people grumble that roses have thorns; I am grateful that thorns have roses”.
For such people, the climb up seems tiresome, boring and they give in to easily to obstacles that come their way. With the other group of hopeful and present minded people, they see the journey to success as a mapped out adventure, with road blocks and a lot of ‘Xs’ to be unearthed.
What do you do when you find yourself at the crossroads of life? Where do you go and who do you run to? This post by Elsie Bowen-Dodoo dissects the very heart of the subject, Indecision. Elsie is the first guest-blogger on soempowering.com
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The saying, “Too many cooks spoil the broth” is one we must pay heed to very carefully. Who do you live for? Your family, your friends, yourself? At times, you’re in a position of second guessing yourself and that really becomes an open passageway for people to manipulate you.
It is important to know within the depths of your soul what works for you. Once you allow indecision to breed in your home, you become a tenant, no longer the home owner. Too many people deciding how your life should be makes it harder for you to progress to greater heights.
Everyone has a message to share but sometimes, it could be really challenging to find an audience to share the message with. Up until now, I have declined requests for guest blogging on soempowering.com primarily because I believed it was too early and I was yet to put the required structure in place.
But today, I’m glad to announce the opportunity for any interested persons to share their ideas, their stories or messages on the platform. If you’re passionate about using your articles to motivate, encourage and influence others for an inspiring cause. Or perhaps, you’re looking to grow and increase your following, then this is an opportunity.
As an initial test, I’m looking to consider the first 8 individuals whose post or article meets the criteria outlined below;