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Guest post by John Uchenna Uzoma.

Wonderful greetings to you, before this brief moment. I believe you have started rumbling thoughts in you over the above topic, under today’s WEEKEND MEALS.

This topic, is boiling down to those who has already discovered, pretested and rejuvenated their destiny in various professional fields of human being and his mankind. 

Oh! yes, you don’t get drenched by rain and wear same clothes for over 48hours. Else, you get smelling badly, that one would see you as a dirty person, while such word isn’t in your dignified dairy of living.

Reason is:

* because you failed to pull off those clothes, wash them, dry them and perhaps, wear them again or another.

Taking the above into corresponding emphasis,
* you have to share your knowledge with another…
* show them the rights and wrongs in that field…
* help them climb on bit by bit, until you see the person pick up and good to do with…
* and always be there for such person/groups learning from you , at all times; backup bones are not meant to be forgotten, neither should it be hidden.
* . . . or another means you keep learning, you keep impacting into lives.

A man learnt a professional skill, agonized in it and scaled through it. This  man became his own boss and was successful enough. 

Some years later, as he was noticed and known for what he does, he got many students/apprentice, ready to learn from him. He taught them all happily, nurtured them through the pros and cons, they passed well and pushed to become their own bosses. This man is an icon, of which his students, even at their boss levels or leadership levels, don’t joke with this man.

They always call him for launch, show him their new generation ideas and behold, this man is receptive of every new ideas, he would quickly learn it and go back to apply it in his ageing career of work and in teaching the current students.

“Everyday is a field full of educative grasses; pull up one; feel it; ‘re-feel it, then go for the golden applications”. -By Author Kelly JUUZ.

To halt this topic here and grasp the already shinning nuts in it; 
» always be ready to adapt into every educative wind or flood.
» Get acquainted, 
» function productively well, 
» make your idea unique, 
» stay off negative effects,
» avoid distractions by stunning but faked attributes,
» apply honesty
and be wisely reproductive.

Therein, with all the mentioned; you will have become the great impactor.


“everything we know today we learnt from someone else yesterday and so we pass it on to another tomorrow!” -By Author Kelly JUUZ

Don’t be shy to ask for directions concerning that rogue and itchy situations; someone can help you out. Always be open to new ideas, ways, innovative solutions and be more of a listener than an empty talkative.

Thanks a lot, check out the next topic this same time, coming week.

– Author Kelly JUUZ (A salient prolific author)
In the lands of the Amangwu village in Nkwerre local government area of Imo state in Nigeria in Africa a writer, author, at most poet is born, a healthy lover of arts, bread and buttered. He’s name is John Kelechi Uchenna Uzoma better known to us as Kelly Juuz.
You can contact John via WhatsApp: +2348027222005

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Jaachi Anyatonwu
Jaachi Anyatonwu is a poet, editor, and publisher living in the suburbs of Aba. He is the author of numerous poetry chapbooks and collections, and the Editor-In-Chief of Poemify Publishers Inc. Jaachi is passionate about discovering new voices and mentoring emerging poets. He is also a fierce advocate for the boy child and sexually molested.

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