further exposed me to the fact that we may not necessarily have things work out
the way we desire them. It may just happen that after developing a good plan and
putting a good work strategy in place to execute the plan, things still work in
the opposite way.
loved the feeling of giving a helping hand to people and seeing how well their
lives were positively impacted. After that experience, I continued to look out
for programmes that could give me such opportunities. Even when I had not taken
up such task again for a long time, I considered giving in a short time to
volunteering when a need arose.
calculations, the first week passed by very quickly. ‘It wasn’t bad to give in
a second week,’ I had thought. By the end of the third week, I woke up to the
reality that time was never a friend, and that it was never patient enough to
scheduled assignment forward, but it was challenging because all what I was
doing was happening in a different city. For everyone who could even help out,
they complained about not having been told ahead of that time.
had to let something go for the other to survive. The experience was not about
the theories that are read from books, it was real with me.
place, but of course, the workability would only be tested on a next time!
opportunity to listen to a very seasoned Business Management speaker and of
everything that he shared, I was glad he talked about having ‘options’. Sure,
he said that people who did anything based on limited options, ended up being