There’s Room At The Top!

€MTN came to Nigeria at a time when nobody wanted

to invest in Nigeria, at a time when Nigerians did not
have phones. Even Zenith Bank refused to loan MTN
cash to operate, UBA rejected MTN’s offer but today
see the difference. At least we all know the story of
the only civilian unelected President in Nigeria – Goodluck Jonathan. We know how the people said he
was not going to be President; they even made him
acting-Presiden t. Today the rest is history. What
about Cowbell? When they came to Nigeria, they
made milk in a sachet, Peak was laughing at them-
they said Cowbell was milk for the poor- but they were right! 3-million poor people could afford N10 a day for
a sachet of milk. Oya, do the maths – 3million people
buying milk at N10.00- that was N30million every
single day. In a month they grossed N900million
(almost N1billion). Even Peak had to make sachet
milk in order to survive in the market. So what have people told you? What have they said you cannot do,
or you do not qualify for, or you do not have
experience for? They told Cowbell, they told
Goodluck, they told MTN, but today the story has
changed. I have a feeling dat something is changing
for you today! They will change their strategies just to keep in step with you. Don’t listen to what people are
saying or what life is showing you… YES, YOU CAN!
Do have a Positive Day… Success is not about where
you graduated from, but what graduates out of you.
Keep the spirit. There is a giant in you, sleeping
because you have not woken him up. Don’t be discouraged by your qualification, family background,
environment or even our non- performing govt, help
yourself. Stand-up and be beyond what you want 2
be! Do have a Fulfild 2nd phase of the year. Meet me
@ d top can wait †☺ see u thέrέ.
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Rhapsody of Realities Devotional

Maintain The Faith-response · Monday, July 30th · 

 
Pastor Anita
 
And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight (Numbers 13:33).
 
To win in life, you must always respond in faith to the Word; you must learn to function in the arena of faith, where the only thing that counts is what God has said.
 
You may be facing difficulties in your finances; but as a child of God, what do you see? Do you see yourself suffering under the economic crisis as the rest of the world or the truth that says “When men are cast down, then thou shalt say, there is lifting up…” (Job 22:29).
 
Caleb and Joshua did not deny the fact that there were giants in the land God promised to the children of Israel, but they were only moved by what God had said. Their response when asked to describe the land was based on faith in the Word of God. While theirs was a leap on the Word, the other ten spies gave a faithless response—an evil report.
 
Never allow what your physical senses perceive; what you see, hear and feel determine the circumstances of your existence. The Bible says, “While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal” (2 Corinthians 4:18). Let your gaze be on God’s eternal and infallible Word and maintain the faith-response all the time.
 
Confession
 
I continually fix my gaze on the Word of God. My thoughts, words and actions are inspired by faith in God’s eternal Word and the leading of His Spirit. I am not moved by what I see, feel or hear, but I respond only in faith to the Word of God. Hallelujah

Rhapsody of Realities Devotional

Maintain The Faith-response · Monday, July 30th · 

 
Pastor Anita
 
And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight (Numbers 13:33).
 
To win in life, you must always respond in faith to the Word; you must learn to function in the arena of faith, where the only thing that counts is what God has said.
 
You may be facing difficulties in your finances; but as a child of God, what do you see? Do you see yourself suffering under the economic crisis as the rest of the world or the truth that says “When men are cast down, then thou shalt say, there is lifting up…” (Job 22:29).
 
Caleb and Joshua did not deny the fact that there were giants in the land God promised to the children of Israel, but they were only moved by what God had said. Their response when asked to describe the land was based on faith in the Word of God. While theirs was a leap on the Word, the other ten spies gave a faithless response—an evil report.
 
Never allow what your physical senses perceive; what you see, hear and feel determine the circumstances of your existence. The Bible says, “While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal” (2 Corinthians 4:18). Let your gaze be on God’s eternal and infallible Word and maintain the faith-response all the time.
 
Confession
 
I continually fix my gaze on the Word of God. My thoughts, words and actions are inspired by faith in God’s eternal Word and the leading of His Spirit. I am not moved by what I see, feel or hear, but I respond only in faith to the Word of God. Hallelujah

Mobile tweets are breaking Olympics’ TV data – how did carriers prepare?

Gigaom

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Twitter have worked closely in recent weeks to promote the microblog service as a means to engage with athletes, competitions and London 2012. But mobile social media users are proving so voluminous  at some Olympic venues that they are now interfering with mobile networks on which the games themselves depend, the IOC says.

During Olympic cycling road races this weekend, television broadcasters say they were let down by a lack of official timing data supplied by the Olympic Broadcasting Service (OBS). One BBC commentator relied on his own stopwatch.

IOC communications director said (via Guardian.co.uk): “From my understanding, one network was oversubscribed, and OBS are trying to spread the load to other providers.”

Adams did not name the underperforming network. And his plea to tweeters, in the circumstances, goes against the social media project the IOC had tried to create: “We…

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