Before going for an interview, there are steps to follow. Also, never add your strengths and weaknesses in your CV or cover letter or resume. Rather state a personal motivation statement on your documents; and after the interview, you need to do something.
No matter the circumstances you face in life that wears you down, cheer up, put your faith together as you sing the hallelujah song.
Hallelujah means ‘praise Yahweh’
‘Hallelujah’ by Pentatonix
I’d heard there was a secret chord That David played and it pleased the Lord But you don’t really care for music, do you? Well, it goes like this The fourth, the fifth, the minor fall, the major lift The baffled king composing Hallelujah
Hallelujah, Hallelujah Hallelujah, Hallelujah
Well, your faith was strong but you needed proof You saw her bathing on the roof Her beauty and the moonlight overthrew ya She tied you to the kitchen chair She broke your throne and she cut your hair And from your lips, she drew the Hallelujah
With 2020 quickly approaching, it’s time to reflect and think about what you want for yourself and your relationship in the year ahead. Do you want to get engaged? Do you want to communicate better? Do you want to fall in love with your partner all over again? Whether you’ve been with your partner for the past five months or five years, the beginning of the new year brings you an opportunity to give your relationship a fresh start.
“There’s something about the new year that gives everyone an energy and excitement to change,” Belah Rose, intimacy and marriage coach, tells Bustle. “Use this enthusiasm and direct it to your relationship.”
To live is to fight. I don’t mean brutality but believe. When I say life is one big fight, I mean to keep on living the dreams, living the visions despite all odds; never to give up no matter the scars.
Of course, they will be challenges on the way of success, they will be discouragements from peers and even families etc., fear will come but never run from your fears for running will never get you anywhere; Rather, let your fears run from you.
Mr. Gentleman – a man with a midas touch series two titled “who am I?”
Hi, is me again, Mr Gentleman; A name given to me by my father. I am an adult now and I came to know that bearing Gentleman as a name does not qualify me to be gentle nor a man with a midas touch. To be any of these written in italics, I need to work it out and thus I started the preparatory course.
During the moonlight on a wednesday, I sat outside thinking and desiring to be a gentleman, a man that I define to be a man with a midas touch. First of all, I came to understand that being a gentleman is a choice. Men are created but not all ever desire to be a gentleman. This made me to re-surf the meaning of gentleman in the dictionary, a well-bred, well mannered or charming man. Charming is not the only thing that counts because if the charming is negative, is not worth the best. A gentleman should be equip with morals, intellects, good atitude, skills, potentials, entrepreneurial spirit, faith, prayerful life and above all, love. All of these, I thought about and I ask myself, Who am I ?!?.
Mr. Gentleman – a man with a midas touch series one titled “labour day”
Hi, I’m Mr gentleman, and this was how it all started. It was exactly 3:30am on tuesday when I gave my mother a sign; get ready mum, I’m about to come out. She was in labour. She screamed out loud and it shook my father to his wake. My father realising that his wife is in labour, quickly jumped off the bed like a kangaroo, took the car key, raise my mother up, left the bedroom, kept on coddling her and my gentle self was inside smiling and I exclaimed, wow!. I wish they heard me! At this point, my father helped my mother into the car, and he drove out speedily heading to St. James Hospital as if they were chased.
My dear, don’t worry you will be okay soon, we are almost there, just hold on, just hold on, my father said continually as she breathed heavily.