Disregard All that You At any point “Thought” You Thought About How To Manufacture A Fruitful Music Vocation
Consistently artists simply like you disclose to me how disappointed and disheartened they are on the grounds that they battle to have the music profession they’ve been envisioning about their entire lives. Most either don’t have a clue “what” to do, or don’t have the foggiest idea “how” to get things done. More terrible, they have a totally mistaken vision about what it truly takes to build up a steady, enduring and fruitful music vocation.
Regardless of whether you are simply beginning to manufacture your music vocation or you as of now are an expert performer in some capacity and think you have to:
– get your name out there,
– get before the perfect individuals,
– make associations,
– simply get your foot in the entryway,
– inspire somebody to offer you your huge reprieve,
– simply continue investing more energy,
– be more youthful,
– become penniless to succeed, or
– chance everything to end up plainly effective…
…at that point you are on the wrong way.
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My mum is unbelievably patient –chioma Obiadi, Miss Nigeria— 5th March 2017
Current Miss Nigeria, Chioma Obiadi is a paragon of beauty, class and intelligence. The 300-level student of Geography and Meteorology at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka has always nursed the ambition to become a beauty queen. She represented her state Anambra in the pageant which took place at the Eko Hotel and Suites last December. She spoke with Sunday Sun about her mum. Excerpts:
How would you describe your mum?
Mrs. Obiageli Obiadi was a teacher in the primary school I attended and she’s like the best person in the world. She’s amazing, she’s my sister, my motivation, my go-through person. My everything. I grew up without a sister, she was my sister, my support. She’s the person I could go to whenever I’m confused and I know this person has the best for me and she’s going to give me the best example, she’s going to give me the best advice. I love her; she’s been so supportive. I believe she’s the best mum I could ever have. She called me queen Elizabeth, Miss World and told me, “It’s time you actualized the dream that we have had so long.”
What’s that special food of hers that you like?
I pretty much like everything she cooks but the one I enjoy eating most is her ofe akwu. I think it’s called banga as well. I like eating it with rice.
How many children does she have and who is her favourite?
I have three younger brothers and we’re four. I think I am her favourite. I don’t know. I think she likes each of us equally. My mum and my brothers were there with cardboards and they screamed anytime I appeared on stage. I had her full support to contest for Miss Nigeria and she and my siblings were around to cheer me up.
Growing up, what did she tell you about boys?
“Be careful. Focus on your schooling and when you come out a successful woman every other thing will fall in place.” You know, when growing up as a kid, she really knew where I was heading. She was really there to guide me and constantly telling me “This is what you should be doing right now. Focus on your schooling and when you come out, you are a lady of class, a lady that has made a man of herself, that has impacted her society, every other thing will come to you.”
What’s the key thing you learnt from your mum?
Patience. My mum is unbelievably patient. You could push and push her and she’ll just be quiet. So, I learnt that. Sometimes, we are quick to act but you don’t know how many things you can destroy during that moment when you are angry. So, I like to be very patient and I believe that is a wonderful virtue. I will teach that to my children and grandchildren.
What did she tell you about life?
She taught me that there is no such thing as a smooth ride, that life is a roller coaster but you realize at the end of the tunnel no matter how far away the light beams, keep pushing, it could take time but you will get there eventually.
This law is a manifestation of the creative power of the Universe.
It is through this law that everything is created: galaxies, planets, metals, rocks and even plants, animals and people.Like attracts like.
Thoughts attract corresponding situations and circumstances.
You get what you think about.
You attract into your life whatever you focus on.
Positive thoughts attract positive events. Negative thoughts attract negative events.
If you entertain feelings and thoughts about hardships and obstacles, then this is what you get.
If you keep thinking and expecting success, and don’t allow doubts enter your mind, you will eventually achieve success.
It is not enough just to wish for something, you need strong desire and faith to manifest what you want.
In order for your thoughts to manifest, you have to repeat them often, and add feelings, desire and interest.
The mind acts like a magnet.
Similar energy attracts similar energy.
Your thoughts determine the way you live.
This law is used by everyone, though mostly unconsciously.
Filling the mind with worries and anxieties brings stress and unhappiness.
Filling the mind with happy thoughts will attract happiness into your life.
If you don’t prioritize your life and the things that are important to you, you will get off focus and start investing your energy in trivial matters like who lied to you, who is gossiping about you, or who’s gossiping about someone else.
Your destiny is greatness. pettiness and greatness cannot occupy the same space. Don’t block destiny opportunities from manifesting in your life because you’re prioritizing minor issues.