Annie Macaulay Idibia gets blasted on Facebook

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Popular musician, Tuface Idibia’s wife, Annie Macaulary was lashed by fans recently after she posted pictures of her daughter ,Isabella Idibia with a phone on Facebook followed by the status update.

The response from fans were quiet unpleasant, the question is were these fans envious, infuriated, angry or rather giving some advice to Annie?

Read the tweet below.

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Achieving your Goals

As important as goal
setting is, goals alone
do not ensure that you
will achieve the success
you desire. A written
goal is not some kind of
magic talisman
whereby whatever you
set your heart on
manifests in your life
out of thin air. That
being the case, what is
it that makes the
difference between a
person who achieves
their goals and a person
who doesn’t? The
answer can be
summarised in a single
word: lifestyle. The only
difference between
those who achieve their
goals and those who
don’t is the way they
live each day. Destiny
does not determine
your lifestyle. Your
lifestyle determines
your destiny!
The vast majority of
people who aspire to
success in life aspire to
a particular kind of
result. They see
successful people on
TV, at the movies or in
their neighbourhoods
and they think, I want
that.They look at the
wealth, the fame, the
physique, the career
success, the fulfilling
relationships and all the
other results of
success, but they don’t
look at the kind of
lifestyle which led to
that success. If they
did, they would realise
that these successful
results can all be had,
but not apart from the
successful lifestyle
which precedes them.
Get this point clear in
your mind right now:
You can have any kind
of success you desire if
you are willing to adopt
the kind of lifestyle
which precedes that
success.
I meet many people
who, on discovering
that I am a writer as
well as a life coach, tell
me that they too have
always wanted to
write. I have a great
idea for a book, they
say. And I’d love to
have my name in print…
and receive those
royalty cheques. It
must be absolutely
wonderful!
If you put my life in
those terms, then I
have to agree. It would
be absolutely wonderful
to spend my life getting
ideas, having my name
put in print and
collecting royalty
cheques.
Unfortunately for the
dreamers, there is a
lifestyle which precedes
all of those results. For
example, at five o’clock
this morning when
everyone else was
cosily tucked up in bed, I
was in the shower. At
five fifteen I was
eating a bowl of
breakfast cereal. And at
five thirty I was sitting
at my desk, putting
words on paper. And
because I have clients
to coach today (and
most days) I’ll be here
for a while yet.
I don’t want this to
sound as though I
dislike my work. The
fact is that I love
writing and coaching. I
actually enjoy getting
out of bed early in the
morning and spending
almost all of my day
helping people to
achieve their dreams.
The point I am trying to
make is that if you
want success as a
writer, you have to live
the lifestyle of a writer.
That means writing,
day in and day out.
The same applies to
any other form of
success. If you want to
achieve the goal of
being fit and healthy,
you need to adopt the
kind of lifestyle which
places importance on
regular exercise and
eating habits. If you
want to achieve the
goal of having strong
family relationships, you
need to adopt the kind
of lifestyle which places
importance on regular
family gatherings and
good communication
skills.
Once again, let me put it
this way:
Destiny does not
determine your lifestyle.
Your lifestyle
determines your
destiny.
Now compare this
strategy with the ones
contained in the vast
majority of self-help
titles and you will find
their fatal flaw: Most
self-help systems claim
that the lifestyle is the
goal, the end result of
having achieved
success. Wrong! The
adoption of a properly
planned lifestyle is the
route to achieving
success in the first
place. If you still need
convincing then consider
this: How do you think
most currently mega-
successful people lived
before they achieved
the success they now
enjoy?
Did Bruce Willis spend
five hours every
evening watching soap
operas or the latest
action movies on video?
Was Anthony Robbins a
regular at his local bar,
content to happily
watch the evenings
pass by with just a few
drinking pals and beers
close by to keep him
awake? Did Meg Ryan
spend all day watching
daytime television and
eating cheese puffs?
Was Nicole Kidman
content to work in a
dead-end job for little
money? Did Stephen
King spend every spare
afternoon at the race
track or bumming
around with a group of
loser friends?
Of course, the answer
to all of these
questions is no. But
aren’t these exactly the
kind of things that
unsuccessful people do
all the time? And aren’t
these the kind of things
that unsuccessful
people actually defend
when challenged about
their lifestyles? Yes!
And that’s the only real
difference between the
people who achieve
their goals and those
that don’t – the things
that they do day after
day, week after week
and month after month.
I realise that all of this
sounds incredibly
simple, but the fact is
that personal success is
simple. It may not be
easy, but it certainly
isn’t complicated.

Achieving your Goals

As important as goal
setting is, goals alone
do not ensure that you
will achieve the success
you desire. A written
goal is not some kind of
magic talisman
whereby whatever you
set your heart on
manifests in your life
out of thin air. That
being the case, what is
it that makes the
difference between a
person who achieves
their goals and a person
who doesn’t? The
answer can be
summarised in a single
word: lifestyle. The only
difference between
those who achieve their
goals and those who
don’t is the way they
live each day. Destiny
does not determine
your lifestyle. Your
lifestyle determines
your destiny!
The vast majority of
people who aspire to
success in life aspire to
a particular kind of
result. They see
successful people on
TV, at the movies or in
their neighbourhoods
and they think, I want
that.They look at the
wealth, the fame, the
physique, the career
success, the fulfilling
relationships and all the
other results of
success, but they don’t
look at the kind of
lifestyle which led to
that success. If they
did, they would realise
that these successful
results can all be had,
but not apart from the
successful lifestyle
which precedes them.
Get this point clear in
your mind right now:
You can have any kind
of success you desire if
you are willing to adopt
the kind of lifestyle
which precedes that
success.
I meet many people
who, on discovering
that I am a writer as
well as a life coach, tell
me that they too have
always wanted to
write. I have a great
idea for a book, they
say. And I’d love to
have my name in print…
and receive those
royalty cheques. It
must be absolutely
wonderful!
If you put my life in
those terms, then I
have to agree. It would
be absolutely wonderful
to spend my life getting
ideas, having my name
put in print and
collecting royalty
cheques.
Unfortunately for the
dreamers, there is a
lifestyle which precedes
all of those results. For
example, at five o’clock
this morning when
everyone else was
cosily tucked up in bed, I
was in the shower. At
five fifteen I was
eating a bowl of
breakfast cereal. And at
five thirty I was sitting
at my desk, putting
words on paper. And
because I have clients
to coach today (and
most days) I’ll be here
for a while yet.
I don’t want this to
sound as though I
dislike my work. The
fact is that I love
writing and coaching. I
actually enjoy getting
out of bed early in the
morning and spending
almost all of my day
helping people to
achieve their dreams.
The point I am trying to
make is that if you
want success as a
writer, you have to live
the lifestyle of a writer.
That means writing,
day in and day out.
The same applies to
any other form of
success. If you want to
achieve the goal of
being fit and healthy,
you need to adopt the
kind of lifestyle which
places importance on
regular exercise and
eating habits. If you
want to achieve the
goal of having strong
family relationships, you
need to adopt the kind
of lifestyle which places
importance on regular
family gatherings and
good communication
skills.
Once again, let me put it
this way:
Destiny does not
determine your lifestyle.
Your lifestyle
determines your
destiny.
Now compare this
strategy with the ones
contained in the vast
majority of self-help
titles and you will find
their fatal flaw: Most
self-help systems claim
that the lifestyle is the
goal, the end result of
having achieved
success. Wrong! The
adoption of a properly
planned lifestyle is the
route to achieving
success in the first
place. If you still need
convincing then consider
this: How do you think
most currently mega-
successful people lived
before they achieved
the success they now
enjoy?
Did Bruce Willis spend
five hours every
evening watching soap
operas or the latest
action movies on video?
Was Anthony Robbins a
regular at his local bar,
content to happily
watch the evenings
pass by with just a few
drinking pals and beers
close by to keep him
awake? Did Meg Ryan
spend all day watching
daytime television and
eating cheese puffs?
Was Nicole Kidman
content to work in a
dead-end job for little
money? Did Stephen
King spend every spare
afternoon at the race
track or bumming
around with a group of
loser friends?
Of course, the answer
to all of these
questions is no. But
aren’t these exactly the
kind of things that
unsuccessful people do
all the time? And aren’t
these the kind of things
that unsuccessful
people actually defend
when challenged about
their lifestyles? Yes!
And that’s the only real
difference between the
people who achieve
their goals and those
that don’t – the things
that they do day after
day, week after week
and month after month.
I realise that all of this
sounds incredibly
simple, but the fact is
that personal success is
simple. It may not be
easy, but it certainly
isn’t complicated.