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Do you often use setbacks to take perspectives?


Muse with MAG: What makes you take perspectives? 24.02.2020

This is the last week of February and am like wow pretty fast it rolled! And am taking perspectives of so much especially of my use of social media. Uhu, I use social media a lot but I might need to tone down some because Facebook for example may not be impressed with some of the content I put out there. Indeed, they found one of those to go against their policy so they said, and gave me 3 days ban. My intention with sharing whatever content I do is to either inspire, motivate, encourage, raise awareness about something, or advocate for a cause. Well, that could be done otherwise right? So, thanks to that ban, I am reflecting and taking perspective. I will slow down on Facebook and focus more on YouTube, my blog, World Pulse and other stuffs. And, this just one instance where a seeming setback can make us take good perspective. So hats off to whoever reported any of my content to Facebook, they won and I got to take much needed perspective while spending the day studying in my office for bigger goals than being a Facebook Queen o hahahahaha. And you dear readers, what makes you take perspectives?

Happy new week everyone

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Author:

Marie Abanga aka MAG likes to describe herself as a “Jacqueline of several trades”. She is an everyday woman and mother with a zigzag profile. Let’s give it a try! She is an Activist, an Author, a Coach, a Consultant, a Feminist, a Lawyer, a Lecturer, a Prince 2 Project Manager, a Psychotherapist, a Philanthropist, a minister of the Word of God and...! She just loves to sum it up by saying she is a person of passions and a tale of talents. Her life’s journey has filled over 6 books already and her three musketeers keep her busy at home. MAG is also the founder and CEO of the association Hope for the Abused and Battered, and the Country Director of the Gabriel Bebonbechem Foundation for Epilepsy & Mental wellbeing. The plethora of life's experiences and shenanigans she has lived through and learned from in near 4 decades of existence, have equipped her with such an arsenal to coach, train and motivate just any and everyone. She is so charismatic, dynamic and full of life, going by her designed mantra of 3Ds: Determination; Discipline and Dedication. These sum her+her quest to be the best version of herself and impact others perfectly. She attributes all her wealth of knowledge to her conscientious attendance of both informal and formal school.

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