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"I try to think enough, but end up thinking only a lot." This one mistake, a million and one humans are and continuously guilty of. The ideas and in fact meanings of the words "A lot" and "Enough" ordinarily cannot be interchanged.  The one speaks quantity, while the other speaks 'volumes'; Quantity and Quality, Abundance and Adequacy, Plenty and Sufficiency. See, that a thing is done many times and over, would not necessarily translate to being done enough, That it is in abundant supply, would not automatically depict that it's sufficient. I know your eyebrows are raised by now and you are gearing up to argue out the aforementioned with me, but just before you do, I'll ask you, have you looked up these words really? Have you a grammatical idea (let's pipe down a little on the psychology of the words for now) of them? To be ABUNDANT/A LOT means; "To have in great quantity, extent or degree". Oh yes, yes! that seems fine, but hello, it …

CAUTION!!! A Dozen Bad Smartphone Habits You Should Stop Immediately!

Smartphones are getting increasingly expensive by the day. It would cost from about N25,000 - N600,000 to get a smartphone today, and hence care is of the essence.
Paying attention to your smartphones cannot be overemphasized, as they have now become an integral part of our day-to-day lives.
It is no gainsaying that a couple of us carry in our hands' smartphones that sometimes have proven to be smarter than us, owing to the fact that we often do not explore appropriately the many functions and possibilities of these mobile devices. As for a few who do the aforementioned, they sadly and most often than not, overdo it.
Mobile phone users have over the years developed some bad to dangerous smartphone habits. habits both injurious to the user and the phone alike. Many complain of malfunctioning phones, but hardly know they are the causes of these malfunctions.

1. Draining Battery Completely:
Don’t wait for your phone battery to drain completely, charge it periodically to make your battery …


You do think I screamed up there? The burden to get the message across to you maybe? Disagreement is natural and inevitable. People like to argue. But no matter how hard we try to resolve disputes through rational discourse, sometimes we may still disagree about important issues. One response to this predicament is simply to agree to disagree. But should the mere fact that disagreement lower our confidence in our views? Should we change how we judge our own beliefs when we realize that other people disagree? Or do we only have reason to doubt our beliefs when we learn that experts disagree with us?George S. Patton, a war veteran, and Senior Officer of the United States Army once said; "If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking." In life, stirring the proverbial pot can be a good thing. And while negotiating these matters can be challenging, especially when they involve our colleagues or bosses, differences in opinion will often lead to progress.  The most i…