VALUABLE FEEDBACK ON HOW TO HANDLE DOWN TIMES

I recently wrote a viral article on why down times are good and all the people who read it have given me feedback about how it came in at the time when they needed it the most and it was one of the most fulfilling things for me ever. That I heed the call at that particular point in time to be a calming voice to people’s tormented minds. However, I got responses from my readers that I find useful and you can all learn from.

Dr. Opeyemi Emoruwa

I think that the above response is valuable because even medically, you need rest and you have to be intentional about taking it, it might be the cure for that quietly stroke developing.

When Hajarat said this, I remember when I was on a compulsory leave from work. Initially, I thought this would be a great time to make some more money but I quickly took the money making pressure off and focused on the personal projects that I had pending and I was able to move them forward, some I even concluded.

Hajarat Alli — Writer

Martins Omonayin — Lecturer

The thing with bills is that whether you think about them or not, they’ll happen and you have to pay them, however, if you are not working, what good does worrying do?

Henry Ereyomi — Writer

Hmmm… good ol’ writing. There are different ways to tackle writer’s block. Relaxing is still a good way to tackle any kind of creative block. Leave it for a while, experience something different and you’ll find inspiration in unexpected places.

--

--

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Toyin Zuleiha

I like to expand your perspective and world view with my words. How To Put Yourself Out There on Social Media- https://skl.sh/3HOaxr4 course #ZuleihaXpressions