Good riddance to bad rubbish
Good riddance to bad rubbish is a phrase you use when you make good of an ugly situation.
I had a full time job and everyday I’d rush to and fro work with absolutely no time for myself.
For an introverted person who loves to stay home and enjoy plenty me time with occasional travels with my imaginations.
A full time job was very hectic to me so I had to look for a way out and that brought me online and eventually quitting my job.
Stopping work amplified my stay at home sickness and I’m glad I make money from the comfort of my home.
With the recent lockdown which is in its 2nd or 3rd week depending on where you find yourself, I’ve been surprisingly bored of being in the house.
I’m surprised as this is a normal routine to me but suddenly with more people home I feel like I’m trapped or sort of.
The lockdown has raised so many feelings with certain individuals and this will certainly continue till this whole pandemic comes to an end.
This season is packed with several life lessons, only those who dig in can uncover it.
When this pandemic eventually comes to an end, there will be a great change with the way businesses are carried out.
More businesses will make their way online and become global brands. Simply means it’s either you go digital or you go home.
This is true because the only business thriving now are those offering services online.
When many businesses go digital, truth is there will be job loss as so many services might no longer be needed.
Are you ready to say good riddance?
Before now you didn’t have the time to take up a course or learn a skill that can be beneficial with diversifying your income but you do now.
How you handle this time, determines the level of impact it will have on you afterwards.
I hate to be the harbinger of bad news but the truth must be told, now is a season of building.
Build and be prepared to dominate when this is over so you can say good riddance to bad rubbish.
Your being home is an opportunity you’ve always wanted, find disciple in order to become productive.
If you come out of this lockdown the same then time wasn’t your problem but lack of discipline is.
When you are ready for what’s to come, the impact will be mild and you won’t be caught unaware.
Your success is in your hands, do the needful so your smile can be more broad and there will be absolutely no need to point fingers.