Moving on can be a tasking exercise, mentally and physically. In relationships, business, career, environment and so on. It’s that moment when one spends hours, days, weeks and sometimes years, in agreeing with all the committees meeting in their clusters in his/her brain on what the way forward will likely be. For instance, an unexpected termination of contract or a sack will immediately send someone into a moment or more of uncertainty where nerves will be vibrating at an unhealthy frequency. Such moment, in my opinion requires critical reasoning and detailed know-how of one’s self.
So, at every crossroad have found myself so far so good, I take a deep breathe which will boost my confidence level and engage the following steps:
1.0 God rules in the affairs of men
Yes, I know He rules. He declares the end from the beginning. Everything works together for my good. He will raise a standard when evil comes like a flood. Who says a thing and it cometh to pass when the Lord ordered him not?
By the time I am done vibrating those lines, I would have figured out what next to do and ultimately move on.
2.0 To keep balance like a bicycle, you need to keep moving.
The physics of the bicycle is very clear. In order not to fall, you need to keep moving. So, that seemingly bad situation is to help me keep moving in order not to lose my balance. Practically speaking, if you aren’t moving on, you will soon realise that your accomplishments are not complementary with your demographic indices, especially age.
When you move on, you will find that you have unconsciously added something new to your CV while your contemporary is fast losing balance of age in relation to achievements!
For instance, have a heartbreak and refuse getting into another relationship. Your peer who had similar experience would have taken heed of the lessons and move on to other relationships which most times will ultimately land them in marriage while you are there in one corner crying over spilled milk and burning your years on the cable of naivety.
My Dear, move on, use the lessons of the previous relationship to better the next till you get into the promised land.
Oga sacked you, heaven and earth are aware that you’re not at fault, Please pick the pieces and move on. What next? Start your own business, look for another job, acquire additional skills, sharpen inborn talents, expand your frontiers, I don’t know again but the denominator of them all is moving to the next phase of your career.
3.0 Break the Convention.
We will continue next month. Till then, keep reasoning randomly.