Hope you slept well last night, I know I didn’t but that’s for another day. For now, all I can tell you is to, spend more time with the people that celebrate you and less with the ones that despise you.

Here’s why it’s preferable: those that celebrate you appreciate you and more often than not love you so let’s say that they have your best interest at heart.
The ones that despise you, stay away because they only bring your dreams down. It’s true that they are important in life, mostly because you learn from them & sometimes what they say to you could make you a better person. So look out for but don’t keep them close, they will surely hurt you.

A wise lady once said that sometimes all we have are great memories to hold on to but the friendships may not last as long as we would have loved them too.

Love, when that happens don’t be afraid, pick yourself up, dust your feet, and find another door that welcomes you. You live only once. Don’t waste time trying to please another because you want them to accept you.

Don’t forget to embrace change. Sometimes its painful, heck most times it is painful but you know what? It means your growing up and part of growing up is outgrowing certain relationships and personalities in your life. They have served their purpose and now its time for you and them to move on.
Hope your day turns out great, I know mine will.

Leah Grace Oketcho, is a highly talented Communication specialist, gifted in leadership with over 3 years of leadership and management experience at different levels. She is a team player and has demonstrated ability in mobilizing and organizing others to achieve desired goals. Oketcho is well vast in the art of creating alternatives for ways to get results. She has over the years grown in the art of corporate communications and also participated in the development of performance management materials for various professional institutions. Leah received training in research, scripting, international relations, and data analysis as well as public relations. She is passionate about solving public health related problems. She has offered training to youth in oral and written communication, people management and mentoring, editing and documentation skills, public speaking.

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