Sunday, November 17, 2019

Kehinde! I'm highly disappointed. You have changed in your attitude. See the way you are behaving towards the work but if it is your personal stuff, you will do it. Nonsense.

In shock, Kehinde looked on without saying a word.

But thoughts that ran through her mind ranged from: "Why the accusation? What have I done wrong now? This work you are complaining about, I've done the bulky part. Is there something else I have done that you are not saying?"

Just because a thought comes up in your mind doesn't mean it should come out!

Being a writer has taught me the power of words and the positive or devastating effect it can have on others.

Occasionally, when we are confronted with the wrong words we have said, we are quick to say, "But I didn't really mean it. I was just joking!'

You may think you didn't mean it, but we often tend to forget that  'Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks'. Garbage in, Garbage out.

Put yourself in the other person's place then listen to the words you said and how you said it. People listen to us from an emotional level. Know when to speak and when to be silent.

I recall the words from my favorite book: 'Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable...'

Let everything you say be good and helpful, so that your words will be an encouragement to those who hear them.

To your sound mind,

Grace A. John-Ugwuanya

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Grace A. John-Ugwuanya is a human development strategist, public speaker, an author and Biomedical Researcher. She helps individuals breakout beyond certificates and become a better version of themselves. She is also the director of Amara's Hub Concepts, an event management, content writing and capacity building service provider.

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