Wednesday, 30 November 2016

How You Too Can Emancipate Yourself from Mental-Poverty



 “If we are born poor, it is not our fault, but if we die poor, it is!”……. Bill Gates

The late Madame C.J.Walker was born to poor black farmers in Louisiana, USA in 1867. She experienced hardships and discrimination typical of the United States at the time. At the age of 38, she observed that most hair care products were designed for white people’s hair. The black hair which she possessed was rough, kinky and short. It did not appear attractive enough so she decided to do something about her black hair. She thereafter hit upon a formula for a preparation to enhance the hair of black women. She made pomade and shampoo preparations and started experimenting on herself and her family. This caught-on like wild-fire and her business later developed into a multi-million dollar enterprise. She was thus credited in 1919 by NAACP magazine as the woman “who revolutionized the personal habits and appearance of millions of human beings.” She is on record to have been the first black female millionaire in the United States.

The only major thing that appears to have helped poor, seemingly hopeless people like Madam C.J Walker to make money is that they did not accept their situations in life and they “chose” to do “something” about it. This is the reason why they succeeded. That “choice” and that “something” hold the key to anyone’s determination to make money. That key lies in your own choices. All you need to do is, emancipate yourself from mental-poverty and free your mind. This is what I am simply urging you to do. If you free your mind, you will be amazed how much you are capable of doing within a given period of time and that includes making a lot of money if you choose to.


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