I remember how I used to cram in secondary school like my life depended on it.
Sometimes I remembered my crammed NOTES and excelled, other times I had mental jams so I barely escaped the pass mark.
While I am grateful for those boarding house experiences, I wished I had crammed and developed life skills like empathy, kindness, emotional, cultural and social intelligence.
The school graded me on subjects they desired, designed and programmed me for. Not on the required skills my life and future will be dependent on.
Skills that will improve the quality of my life. Increase productivity, and profitability.
I am however grateful for the privilege to redesign my life and help others redesign theirs too.
Mediocre’s are not born, rather they are made by men’s negligence and desire for convenience.