Are you #OnPoint?

I have over time heard the phrase used severally among young people in our higher institutions of learning. A status update ‘Driving on point…’ called my attention again, to the phrase.

Literally, being on point should mean sustaining your movement/progress in the right direction, with vision, focus, commitment and persistence. This calls for reflection; are we really on point?

Check your life, mindset, dreams, goals, accomplishments and actions. Do they compliment one another? Do your thoughts correspond with your actions?

You can still make a U-turn, take some time out to examine your goal and actions, reexamine your motives and THINK.

Its good to be ‘on point’, it facilitates progress.

ADM (January, 2013)
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