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YemisiFancy’s #MyMainlandDiary: Something big is coming

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Today happens to be one of those days I felt like I didn’t quite wake up on the right side of the bed. Everything seemed annoying earlier today.

I woke up late, my alarm failed to work, searched for my purse for an extra 30 minutes, and water corporation decided to put our water system on hold. I was quite cranky but eventually I got over myself. Later at work, everything came together. My shoot was smooth and we didn’t suffer any down time.

I will like to share it here first that something big is coming. Something good, something big!

I have been working on new music coming out pretty soon in the month of January. It is best to anticipate and believe all the hype because it is going to worth it. Also, I am pretty excited to be dropping my first single of the year soon. I am sure you guys will love it.

In the process of preparation, I realized that working with people isn’t one of the easiest things to do in the world. But it can’t be avoided. If you want to get things done, one has to involve people.

I eventually realized everyone has got their own views, perception, beliefs in their way of getting things done and what makes it more frustrating is, everyone believe to themselves that they are right which make it hard for people to be corrected.

At some point, a clean idea started to look rough to me. There were too many opinions and conflicts of interest. In the end, I had to just put all my confusion in prayers. Like I always say that is the ultimate and I got to realize that before working with people the things one need to do are;

  1. Know and study whoever it is you are working with whether it is a case of a single person or team
  2. Know their likes and dislikes
  3. Study how they work individually
  4. Study their body language when they work within a team.
  5. Know their strong points
  6. Study their flaws

I believe strongly that if one can study all of the above points, we can understand better the nature of people we are working with and how to deal with their excesses.

I finally got all my confusion sorted out and put my focus on the things that really matter to me and my project. I am excited to drop this song and I hope you love it as much as my team and I love it.

TGIF (Thank God I’m Fancy).



Idris Aina

Idris is a media and communications professional with keen attention to details. An entertainment enthusiast, he is an ardent fan of the team from the Red Side of Manchester with love for football banters. He tweets with the handle @arlomah.