113. DO YOU HONOUR YOUR WORDS? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - For A Better Tomorrow - Jack Lookman - Rita Nnamani - Ire o - Ire kabiti


You are beginning to establish your reputation and character as a teenager, and keeping your word is a vital part of that. In any connection, whether it be with friends, family, or teachers, the foundation of trust and respect is keeping your word and doing what you say.

Making thoughtful promises is the first step towards keeping your word. Be sure you can actually follow through on a promise before making one. Being cautious and honest from the start is preferable to overcommitting and underdelivering. Being honest will earn you more respect than making unfulfilled promises.

Try your hardest to keep your word once you’ve made a commitment. Because life is unpredictable, there are instances when unanticipated events may impede you from honoring your commitment. Talk honestly about the problem and look for opportunities to make atonement in such situations. This demonstrates your regard for the individuals who depend on you, and your seriousness about keeping your word.

Respecting your word involves a lot of being dependable. People are more likely to trust you and involve you in significant tasks and choices when they know they can rely on you. Being trustworthy strengthens the bonds in your interactions and creates additional chances for development and cooperation.

It is important to apologize when you underperform. Since nobody is perfect, you will occasionally be unable to fulfill your obligations. At these times, owning up to your mistakes and giving a heartfelt apology will help mend any interpersonal harm. It demonstrates maturity and a readiness to absorb lessons from your errors. You might even go further, by making up for shortfalls.

In summary, keeping your word involves more than just fulfilling your commitments; it also entails developing integrity, dependability, and trust. You can establish a reputation for dependability and trustworthiness by keeping your word, being transparent in your communication, and accepting accountability for mistakes. This will help you create deeper and more lasting relationships throughout your adolescence and into adulthood.

Thank you very much for your time. 

This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)

Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).

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