WHAT HAVE PEOPLE TOLD YOU?

In life and business, there are so many people that will tell you “you can’t!” and when you insist “yes, I can” they will expect you to fail because they are not courageous enough to take such steps. From now on, when you meet such people, turn around and tell them to watch you; your potentials have no limits. You are your limits. Read along.
MTN came to Nigeria at a time when nobody wanted to invest in Nigeria, at a time when Nigerians did not have mobile phones. Even Zenith Bank refused to loan MTN cash to operate, UBA rejected MTN’s offer but today see the difference.

At least we all know the story of the only civilian unelected President in Nigeria - Goodluck JE. We know how the people said he was not going to be President; they even made him acting - President, Today the rest is history.

What about Cowbell? When they came to Nigeria, they made milk in sachets and those at the PEAK were laughing at them - they said Cowbell was milk for the poor - but they were right! 3-million poor people could afford NGN10.00 a day for a sachet of milk. Oya, do the math - 3 million people buying milk at NGN10.00- that was NGN30million every single day. In a month they grossed NGN900million (almost NGN1billion). Now, even those at the peak had to make sachet milk in order to survive in the market.

So what have people told you? What have they said you cannot do, or you do not qualify for, or you do not have experience for? They told Cowbell, they told Goodluck, they told MTN, but today the story has changed. I have a feeling something is changing for you today! They will change their strategies just to keep in step with you. Don’t listen to what people are saying or what life is showing you.

What have people told you? Success is not about where you graduated from, or what grade you graduated with, but what graduates out of you. Keep the spirit UP. Tell them YOU CAN and YOU WILL. Believe in yourself and go for your dreams.

-         Karen Igho

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