SELF-PITY IS NEVER A ROUTE OUT OF POVERTY

Writer

Richard Nunekpeku ESQ

Writer

Richard Nunekpeku ESQ

Stop kidding, your upbringing or situation is not different from the majority.

Equally, many were born in villages, walked many miles to school, shared one bedroom with many, had no electricity at home to learn or entertain themselves and were sacked from school at a point for school fees.

Only a few were privileged not to experience these and only a few will continue to evade these characteristic upbringings.

And the ones who turn these distressed moments into inspiring stories are not the ones who master in self-pity.

There is no template to a successful life but at least it involves hard work, getting up each morning motivated for a purpose, staying focus and determined on your goals and believing in God for a miraculous breakthrough.

The list of actions are not anchored on self-pity and doing nothing. A successful life is only driven by a spirited soul, a cheerful heart and a mind that is ready to embrace change.

Charge out of your self-pity and embrace the attitudes of success.

It’s indeed possible.

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  1. Charles

    It is possible. In our part of the world, most entrepreneurs spring out of marginalisation. They do not turn things around by remaining pitiful. Even Sakichi Toyoda of Toyota did not look at his wretched beginnings. It inspired him.

    1. Asiwome

      Am inspired

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