LET US REMAIN OPEN TO IMPROVEMENT


By: N. George

Worth Noting:

  • No golden rule. Regardless of the team which scores first in extra time the game had to last for 30 minutes. The changes have given the teams enough time to play and probably score boosting fairness in the game.
  • Post offices have been important worldwide mostly for delivery of letters but as we got in to the new millennium new technology emerged where people were introduced into new ways of sending letters like emails. The latter is faster and equally effective as the post office. Many people have embraced emails and this have saved them communication costs and storage space.
  • The break out of Covid-19 which is spread through contact resulted to need to minimize physical contact to curb the spread there was an increased need to use modern nonphysical contact means of communication.

We could express this power in the following way: Most of the time we live in an interior world of dreams, desires, and obsessive thoughts. But in this period of exceptional creativity, we are impelled by the need to get something done that has a practical effect.

We force ourselves to step outside our inner chamber of habitual thoughts and connect to the world, to other people, to reality. Instead of flitting here and there in a state of perpetual distraction, our minds focus and penetrate to the core of something real. At these moments, it is as if our minds—turned outward—are now flooded with light from the world around us, and suddenly exposed to new details and ideas, we become more inspired and creative   …………………Robert Greene.

Planning is important in life as it help us to complete the intended projects in the scheduled time, with the specified resources and follow the predetermined channels. Monitoring and evaluation is made easy as the steps are well known in advance. Planning studies are trained in different institutions those who study economics, engineering, health sciences and many other disciplines which are related to these courses spend a huge chunk of their time learning how to plan.

Quoting Benjamin Franklin’s failure to plan is equated with plan to fail. This is how crucial planning is viewed in the eyes of those who are serious in the activities that they engage in.

The 16th American president Abraham Lincoln once said that if he was given 6 hours to cut a tree, he would spend 4 hours sharpening his saw. This shows how important it is to have good preparations and follow them.

Planning inspires the owner of the plan to do more and more that is why you find a real estate developer displaying a beautiful drawing of the structures he is intending to set up. The greater they look in paper the stronger the desire to actualize them.

When you think about automobiles like Mercedes Benz developed by Karl Benz and Daimler you will realize the modern model has differences with the 19th century model due to technological advancements which have necessitated modifications for betterment of their project.

In 2002 soccer world cup in the knockout stage, if the game ended in a draw to determine the winner the teams continued for an extra time of 30 minutes divided into two sessions each 15 minutes thereafter post-match penalties but if any team scored within the extra time the game just ended.

The team that scores first during the extra time becomes the eventual winner what they referred to as the golden goal rule. In the last world cup in 2018 if teams ended in a draw during the knockout stages in regular time, they were offered 30 minutes extra time with each session lasting for15 minutes if goals are still at level, they go for post-match penalties.

No golden rule. Regardless of the team which scores first in extra time the game had to last for 30 minutes. The changes have given the teams enough time to play and probably score boosting fairness in the game.

Post offices have been important worldwide mostly for delivery of letters but as we got in to the new millennium new technology emerged where people were introduced into new ways of sending letters like emails. The latter is faster and equally effective as the post office. Many people have embraced emails and this have saved them communication costs and storage space.

The break out of Covid-19 which is spread through contact resulted to need to minimize physical contact to curb the spread there was an increased need to use modern nonphysical contact means of communication.

Before Covid-19 outbreak most of the meetings used to be physically attended but when the outbreak came due to fear of spread of this contagious flu people were confronted with options of either attend and risk spread, fail to meet or attend through online platforms like google meet or zoom among others. Most of them preferred to utilize the modern noncontact ways of meeting than risk spreading the virus or failing to meet.

In Kenya only at late 1990s the mobile phones were introduced into the market there before anyone who needed to make calls had to use landline those who failed to adopt the new technology experienced some issues like flexibility because not all areas were connected with landline also the landlines experienced physical damages of transmission lines.

A wise tree is the one that bends during the time of strong wind to avoid breaking only to revert to normal position after the wind has passed. We need to read the signs of the times and interpret them correctly to remain relevant in the ever-changing world. Knowing how to change and when to change is a part of self-care and self-awakening.

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