Don’t be too hard on yourself. It’s okay to laugh at yourself.
Let me gist you small…
I recall my first MC (compere) ‘job’ in OAU. It was at Amphi theatre for my fellowship, ECU. I borrowed a black tuxedo from my egbon, Tolu Otemuyiwa.
I was feeling myself mehn. It didn’t take me hours after the event to start seeing the silly things I said and did. Up to date, I remember my naivety and I laugh.
Another incidence was a message I preached in Acme Teens Church, titled “IT IS FINISHED”. Oh boy! I was so prepared and pumped. It was mapped out in my mind, so clear. I think I even did a seven-day fruit fast ahead of it.
I laugh as I type this. Let us just say I didn’t do alright 😅😅😅
Today, to God’s glory, I gather crowds and speak effortlessly. I make people laugh, smile, cry, shout, scream, jump when I speak. I elicit all emotions a pro speaker should 😎 I even get people angry 😂
So, it’s okay to make mistakes as far as you learn from them.
Every pro today was once an amateur. It is okay to be a learner.
So, laugh at yourself.
Can I shock you? With how wise you think you are today, there are some things you are doing now that will look very silly and foolish to you in some years to come.
Ogbeni, calm down! You are alright! Seek knowledge, seek to be better but do not be too hard on yourself.
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By the way, I remember this suit being my favourite at the time of this picture 🙈 thanks to my love, Titi Adigun, for adding her beauty to my swag 😎
Cheers to your beautiful life!
#timiadigun #fbf #flashback