# Happy women’s month

Inner City Gazette - - News - By Mma­batho Ma­chethe

Ntomb­i­futhi is a strong wo­man, she says suc­cess may not knock on ev­ery­one’s door, how­ever what mat­ters is that you go out there and make the most of ev­ery op­por­tu­nity that you can find for your­self !

This young lady com­pleted her ma­tric and de­cided to fur­ther her stud­ies at Bos­ton to study Dig­i­tal Mar­ket­ing. “The road to suc­cess starts with You. By know­ing your­self and ac­cept­ing who you are - this is the first step in de­vel­op­ing the self-con­fi­dence that will give you a com­pet­i­tive ad­van­tage.”

Ntomb­i­futhi de­vel­oped her con­fi­dence by leav­ing her com­fort zones and then plac­ing her­self in a sit­u­a­tions where she be­lieved she would be able to build, learn and ex­pe­ri­ence real life skills. She also said that be­ing suc­cess­ful and hav­ing a money is a cul­ture – its not re­ally the amount that you have but rather what you do with what you have and how you make it work for you. “And I be­lieve that with your con­fi­dence you will at­tract good op­por­tu­ni­ties and through those, op­por­tu­ni­ties to earn more! De­velop a life­style and pos­i­tive at­ti­tudes to­wards money and suc­cess!”

She said her pur­pose in life will lay a foun­da­tion for her suc­cesses and fail­ure and she said “if your pur­pose in life is weak, you are off to a poor start, which will likely weaken fur­ther as chal­lenges arise.”

She adds that she is suc­cess­ful only be­cause she did not de­spair or give up on her­self and dreams even though things where tough, no mat­ter how long the storm takes it shall pass. There is al­ways a light at the end of ev­ery tun­nel.


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