As a South African young man with a lot of visions and wisdom that God blesses me with everyday, first of all I would like to thank the all Mighty God with the wisdom He always give me daily anyway my letter is based on “KNOW YOUR GOAL” by kKnowing what you want in life will determine your future.
Many South Africans are lazy and don’t have goals in their lives. From my point of view, today’s generation is going nowhere because we have focused on unnecessary things. It is only when we have dreams and goals that we can wake up to achieve them.
As a South African young man with a lot of visions and wisdom that God blesses me with everyday, first of all I would like to thank the all Mighty God with the wisdom He always give me daily anyway my letter is based on “KNOW YOUR GOAL” by k Knowing what you want in life will determine your future.
Many of our fellow South African brothers and sisters are lazy and don’t have goals in their lives, today’s generation of today is going nowhere from my point of view cause we have focused on unnecessary things only if we had dreams and goals and wake up to achieve them Let me give a simple example of someone who has initiative and uses it to his advantage.
A person in charge of taking passengers’ taxi fares and giving change, called a vulavala, can save up to R100 every day. Because, let’s be honest, we all know vulavalas keep some (or most) of the change for themselves.
Be that as it may, he can save R100 everyday from the cash you stole for the day cause we all know they steal cash same as taxi drivers within seven days he can have saved as much as R700. By the fourth week, he will have pocketed R2 800. After three months, he will be able to buy a small taxi and start his own transport “business”.
Within a year, he will have enough to put down a deposit on a big taxi. and fix it get it into a line and it start working, in a year you will be having a deposit of a big taxi of which is R30/35 000 By the second year, he can even buy a second. Imagine where he will be in five years.
and your still a “vulavala” at that time the second year you push to have two big taxis and the small one in 5years where will you be so our People need to stop depending on the government to spoon-feed them. Instead, they should implement every cent to make a living out of it.
Stop wondering what will happen if you fail. Instead, see possible failure as a stepping stone that will eventually get you where you want to be.
Thank you God bless us all
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