So it's Monday again! Hi there everyone happy start of a new week! We have as much as the entire week before us. 


Now, I know how hard some of you work, and how little you sometimes have to show for it. It's same for me too. Sometimes it's very hard to stay motivated especially when things don't seem to change much in spite of your hard work. The truth is, we all want results now. We all want to see change today. 


You decide to go on a diet, and the person advising you has been on the same diet for three months, but he or she is still fat. How do you stay motivated? 

 
You start saving, putting 20 000frs away every month towards your dream house. After three months, you don’t even have enough to buy a bed. How do you stay motivated? 

 
You have exams and there are several text books to read. You’ve been studying for 3hrs and you are still on the first page. How do you stay motivated?

 
The truth is slow progress kills the spirit, but unfortunately, true progress is often slow. Big change often involves a collection of small changes. So be excited about small changes. 

 
My friends, when we look at the problems of today - the shootings, the killings, the financial crisis, bad governance, poor leadership, fuel price uncertainties, corruption, it seems we are very far from solutions. But we too, we want our results now. 

 
This is Monday. We are stating the week. It may seem like we're ages away from the weekend, but just look behind you for a minute and appreciate the fact that you've done as much work already as you have left to do. You're almost there, so get excited. Just take a deep breath and enjoy the single individual moments that will eventually make up the final positive results you wish for. 

 
Don't despair over the distance of the destination - jubilate over the joy of the journey. 

 
My name is Bakah Derick Your launch time man LIVE in Bamenda! Be motivated
Derick BAKAH

Derick BAKAH

Bakah Derick is a Broadcast Presenter and Multimedia specialist with focus on sharing with the rest of the world the daily happenings in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. You can contact us on +237 675460750 or debakah2004@gmail.com.

Post A Comment: