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As students prepare to enter into or depart from the college environment they need to be reminded to have a clear vision of where they are going, why they are going there and how to get there. In his academic address, Wisdom talks to students about finding their passion, the majors they are passionate about, on prioritizing, planning and seeking out the proper support system.
The worst that happened to you can bring out the best YOU
How many times have you planned a trip, an activity and everything falls in place as envisioned?
Things in life do not always occur according to plan. Yet, isn’t it better to plan something and be ready to face the eventualities than living an unplanned life and leave it to chances or luck?
While weak people see challenges and stop, Tenacious people see challenges and find a way.Success requires focus, commitment and tenacity. At some point, you make the choice to boldly move ahead or shrink down in front of obstacles, fear, procrastination, laziness or habits. Wisdom Primus shows how to embrace life’s complications for all the challenges and potentials they hold.
As Wisdom always says “Don’t judge yourself by what comes easy, but rather judge yourself by what you do in difficult times.”
“Nana korobiyaoki” (literally: seven falls, eight getting up) means “Fall down seven times, get up eight”. This Japanese proverb is the perfect concept of resilience. No matter how many times you get knocked down, you get up again and again and again.
We depict our true characterin times of crisis. Anyone can be cooperative, patient, and understanding when things are going well and life is good. But it is the noble man or woman who can behave with grace and compassion and even kindness when times are very, very bad.Success does not have to be fast—what’s more important is that one simply does their absolute best and remains persistent.
There is no sense in complaining about how things are or crying over what might have been. These feelings may be natural to some degree, but they are not productive for yourself or for others.
Wisdom Primus teaches how to:
We have the ability to change our attitude and approach.
“Heiiinnnn, no big deal, I shall get it done tomorrow or next week. No need to rush anyway.” How often have you said or heard that. Wisdom’s perspective of life changed when he lost his mother and sister unexpectedly. He finally realized that the best time we have to live happily and fulfilled is the now moment.
As a Best-selling author, Wisdom shows how the carrot trap is limiting our effectiveness and bringing a false projection of the future: “when I have a car, I shall….”, “when I have a girlfriend, a boyfriend, a husband, wife, I shall be …”, “when I start making X amount, I shall …”
Really? Wake up, it is not about ‘Having-Being-Doing’; it is rather “Being-Doing-Having”
Wisdom’s “How to Live Like Today is All You’ve Got” program shows how to: