Dear Entrepreneur, These are 12 Things You Should Do in 2018

By Juma Fred / January 7, 2018

Psychological Methods That Will Help You Read People’s Behaviors

January is moving on, slowly like a snail for many Kenyans. Those who had prepared for it are smiling and those who had squandered all they had in December are having it rough.

2017 was a tough year for most entrepreneurs. Thousands of them closed down their businesses due to the tough and stiff business environment.

Many a times, entrepreneurs worry about their businesses and forget about themselves; their well-being.

To be successful in 2018, as an individual, you need to do the following 12 things:

i) Quit smoking ~ it kills you slowly and reduces how people consider you.

ii) Quit alcohol intake ~ forget the analogy of “little alcohol is good for your stomach”.

iii) Flee from porn ~ it makes you a slave and keeps you busy doing nothing but destroying yourself.

iv) Flee from masturbation ~ it reduces your dignity and keeps you feeling guilty always.

v) Psyche your mind ~ it makes you alert always.

vi) Eat more vegetables and fruits ~ it is the only natural way to be healthy

vii) Drink enough water ~ it keeps your brain refreshed, your skin glowing and makes you healthy.

viii) Avoid any form of sex-enhancing drugs ~ they kill the real you and take away what you believe in.

ix) Do not do drugs ~ as an entrepreneur, you know what drugs can do to a human being.

x) Don’t be too anxious ~ it gives you headaches, takes away your concentration and leaves you hopeless and frustrated. Stay calm always.

xi) Practice effective communication ~ it is only through communication that people get to learn, know each other and grow. Effective communication is two-way; there is both talking and listening.

xii) Move closer to God ~ though some don’t believe in God, make an effort to seek him. Set aside a day to thank Him and ask him for whatever good you want. He does wonders for those who have faith.

About Juma Fred

Juma Fredrick is an enthusiastic journalist who believes that journalism has power to change the world either negatively or positively depending on how one uses it. You can reach him on: (020) 528 0222 or Email: [email protected]

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