Quit staying indoors and bemoaning your situation. If things have got to change, you have got to make moves too.
In fact, hard work accounts for less than 20% (fact that it is just one of at least six -if not more- things you need) of what is needed to become successful.
At a point, you would realize that to live for yourself is to make more enemies. People align with you if they are either gaining something from you or able to manipulate you for their own gains.
Parents that shout down their kids, bully them in the name of correcting them and don’t allow their kids to speak freely would end up with children with low self-esteem.
There are some things we obviously can’t change immediately, often in the interim we would have to accept them.
So, I asked myself, Oluwatoyin, why are you chasing shadows when God is the one that holds your life?
How can I have fun when I am living my life for others? Firstly, living a life of impact is not the same as living for others.
Life does not have a universal measuring tool; so create yours and use it. Looking at people and comparing yourself with them will not make you better but bitter.
There are many names people would want to call you; fool, failure, loser, incompetent… it is their right to talk and may be have opinion but what matters most is what you think of yourself and the name you choose to answer to.
Your effort matters but what matters most is the kind of people your efforts appeal to. Think about it