Lazyluchi's journal

Dear Favour

Dear Favour

All your life, you have always been different. Like “Oliver Twist”—You’ve always wanted more. Embracing the beauties of life and going through it a step at at time. Favour, oh! my precious Favour. Do you even know who you are? Do you even know your worth? I’ve seen you, I birthed you, all you’ve ever gotten from life hasn’t always been on a platter. 

Memory served, I remember how you’ll want to finish your work before you get to eat. I’d  remember how you hunger for success. But Favour, you never believed in yourself. There is something hindering your success, There’s a reason you aren’t were you’re supposed to be. 

I don’t know for sure what that is. However, I think one of the reason is because, you’ve never felt good enough. You never appreciated and celebrated your wins. So, to you—It seems like you aren’t winning. That doubt; that fear.. That’s the “hindrance”. .

Trading Lessons From Chess

Trading Lessons From Chess

Chess is a game of strategies. It tests your foresight, patience, strategic thinking, and the ability to get into your opponent’s mind. Sounds familiar? Most times, you see the villains in movies—keep playing chess which I find weird. I feel like it should be the other way round. Anyway, this board-game is one I find really interesting.

Trading Lessons From A Burglar

Trading Lessons From A Burglar

Burglar (home-breaker) Heh, a person who illegally enters buildings and steals things. This is supposed to be a sensitive article because—I really shouldn’t be promoting the term “burglar” or stealing. However, in life, lessons are learnt from any-where and, trading shouldn’t be different. The good thing is, the lesson can be learnt without absorbing the act. In addition, this article is not going to teach you how to steal—It just absorbs certain lessons from the act and instead, teaches you how to apply these lessons in trading..