One of the keys to living a meaningful life is embodying a heart of service. However, in a world so fixated on "I" and not "Us", the word service gradually looses its relevance. Our daily life is infused with messages such as "treat yourself", "live large" - messages that slowly seep into our subconscious and… Continue reading LAML SPOTLIGHT: EFE OGOLO
As mentioned in the previous post, spotlight is a new segment whereby an individual within the community of followers (@living_meaningfully) for a month, shares their thoughts on what it is to live a meaningful life, a business idea they are nurturing or just chat on life in general. You can surely catch up on our… Continue reading LAML SPOTLIGHT: ZINO OBI-EGBEDI
"Everybody has blind spots and needs people to speak things into their lives even when they don’t want to hear it. Who do you have in your life that you can call when it’s inconvenient for them? You need to know the value of the right relationships that will lead you towards purpose. The people… Continue reading Relationships: The Inner Circle
Some months back, I wrote a note to encourage myself, and I have a strong feeling that someone needs to see this too. Hopefully, it helps you. Have you ever seen yourself helping people and pouring into others and you feel it's a burden on your life or you're not taking care of yourself? You… Continue reading Peace stealers
You meet someone of the opposite sex, and (s)he really catches your eye. Uh-oh. Then you get to know the person, and you find out that (s)he has a great personality as well. Double Uh-oh! To top it all off, this person sends you that "I'd like to get to know you better" vibe. Major… Continue reading Maintaining healthy friendships with the opposite sex
One thing that is essential to living a meaningful life is the books you read and the friends you have. So I'm going to be giving book suggestions and talk more about friendship as time goes. I keep referring to this book countless of time. The first time I read it was summer 2014, and… Continue reading What’s your love language?