June 20, 2024
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Steps to a great week.

New week


Step 1: Whats your dream for the week?

Create and hold a picture of where you want to be long enough in your mind and you’d have succeeded with the first steps of given it the power to exist. This is life’s ultimate law of attraction. Everything is created twice, first mentally, then physically. Learn to dream.  But this week, draw it closer by breaking it down into day by day objectives (where to go, who to call, what to do and how to get it done). From the objectives, have a Written List of daily To Dos. 


To Dos will deliver your objectives. And sticking to your objectives and goals will deliver your dream. It really all starts with a dream. You have to believe it. And stay off people who don’t believe it. The truth is, when you start seeing your worth, it becomes harder to be around people who don’t. Stay off negative energy. Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear, or an idiot from any direction



Step 2: After the dream, stay focused, consistently remembering that image of where you want to be. Work on it and stay off distractions. Plan. After this, be ready to take action, start. Stay on. Grit. The human body can go on further than that fake feeling of tiredness. You can go further, if you forget that metal limit you are placing. Don’t stop when you’re tired, stop when you’re done. 


Step 3: Once you initiate an action, stay at it. Keep going. In business, 97 percent of those who quit are hired by the rest 3 percent who didn’t quit. Stick to your goal especially when you’re sure it’s worth it. Do not be distracted by others. Think out of the box. Do not allow the outside noise drown your inner voice. Don’t allow your happiness come from the admiration and approval of other people. Don’t ever ever put the keys to your future and happiness in someone else’s pocket. Be mentally independent. If you give them the power to feed you, be reminded that you’ve also given them the power to starve you. With people and things, be open to everything and attached to nothing. Don’t put your trust in people. People don’t change, their masks only falls off.


Step 4 : Prioritize, not everything that is counted counts. Have a To-Do List and break it down into categories (urgent and important, important, not urgent and and not important. Know what to do now, later and what to delegate). Except if it’s an emergency, anything not on it can come below your list of To do. Don’t sweat the petty things and don’t pet the sweaty things. Be deep, be serene, be aware, be sound. Create a hold, create networks, create alliances, create your networks and then create your own world.



Step 5: Be emotionally intelligent. Most people are more sentimental than logical, most people blindly judge by feelings and appearance but on the other hand, you’d be judged mostly by actions and not intentions, so wake up to taking the advantages.

Emotional Intelligence
Emotional Intelligence


Step 6 : Define yourself, who you are and want to be. Be “you”nique, be a brand. Be creative with your approach but first, be strategic with your moves. Go further ahead, be flexible. Learn to learn, unlearn, relearn. Its okay to make errors once in a while.. Don’t over beat yourself. An error does not become a mistake till you avoid to correct it. Once you realise it, admit it to yourself, make adjustments then make your way back, conquer!


Step 7: Be in continuous improvement (Kaizen). Keep going, be on the lookout for what to start, what to stop and what to keep doing for we are nothing but what we repeatedly do.

Continuous Improvement
Continuous Improvement

Have a great week. And don’t forget to feel us in on how we can be of help this new week.

Eizu Uwaoma
Eizu Uwaoma


Eizu, ©Hexavia!

Strategy. Business StartUps and Corporate Restructuring Consulting

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Uwaoma Eizu is the lead strategist at Hexavia! He is a graduate of Mathematics with two MBAs and over a decade of experience working with startups and big businesses. His core is in building startups and in corporate restructuring. He is also a certified member of the Nigerian Institute of Management, Institute of Strategic Management of Nigeria and the Project Management Institute, USA. By the side, he writes weekly for the Business Day newspaper.


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