To think I was in high school when most of you were born.
That's why I call you eedoTo think I was in high school when most of you were born.
Are y’all the Little Rascals?Ah one more thing
For the love of God do not be indecisive this will fuck you up somewhere down the line and put a serious amount of consideration into what you study don't go for easy A's (I made that mistake after picking humanitarian subjects)
To the lads here ignore people telling you to not do subjects like psychology or sociology. The female attention alone is worth it.
That's why I call you eedo
What she said and also, learn to find stuff for the low low. Discipline with money will humble you and help you during rough times. Just dash a big piece of your check to ayuuto.I turned down hobbies and interests I had because my friends weren't interested. SMH. Now I have entirely new friends and don't contact the old gang. Here are afew things I've learnt along the way:
1. Have always give yourself new experiences and skillsets. Such as a new sport, language or art classes. You will meet new people, make new friends and have a more intetesting resume.
2. Align yourself with you local mosque. Do Quran classes, volunteer with fundraising etc. This will help you spiritually as you are surrounding yourself with practising muslims. They will be a good influence on your ibadah which is essential in this day and age.
3. Do volunteering to humble yourself and develop a better outlook. I'd advise an office based one rather than in a shop. With enough experience it may support you moving up the career ladeer. Try to get into the fundraising / client relations or PR department. Also board or trustee positions can be invaluable.
4. HR is your friend. Study your work contracts and familiarise yourself with the legal requirements of employers and avoid getting pressurised to expect anything you're not comfortable with.
5. Learn to stand your ground against management. You will 100% come across an awful manager that will try to give you a hard time. Be straight forward and say:
"I know my rights and this company was very clear when I was being hired of the level of professionalism expected from me as an employee. As a manager I expect you to lead by example and follow the rules like everyone else. "
Be very firm and don't expect anything less than an apology. In this era of SJWs you will likely be supported by peers and HR.
6. Do not care about what they are doing and do not change a plans because of them. Friends come last always after taking care of everything, see if you can do anything to help out with your family. After this is taken care of then hang out with them. But these mofos need to come last every single time.
That's all from Auntie Halimo.