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I’m cur­rently writ­ing a book to help other en­trepreneurs achieve suc­cess with prac­ti­cal meth­ods of get­ting fur­ther quicker. I’m also go­ing to be hold­ing speak­ing work­shops in 2019 and, God will­ing, all over Africa. I love see­ing other peo­ple’s dreams come to fruition. There is noth­ing that can bring you hap­pi­ness like watch­ing some­one achieve ev­ery­thing they’ve wished for and know­ing that you helped.

Peo­ple would be sur­prised to dis­cover how much I wanted to give up, but didn’t. I know I’m per­ceived as this strong woman, but be­ing strong is some­times harder than most peo­ple think. I cried, a lot! But what pushed me was my rea­son to be suc­cess­ful: be­ing able to put food on the ta­ble ev­ery­day and spoil my lit­tle girl with­out hav­ing to say no to her too of­ten. How­ever, suc­cess means dif­fer­ent things to dif­fer­ent peo­ple. I know my suc­cess may not be as glam­orous as ev­ery­one else’s, but this is my jour­ney alone. ➻

Blazer R2 499 and trousers R2 999 both Hobbs at fabi­ani;bra wool­worths R270; cuff Bvl­gari R90 999

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