Last Thursday’s afternoon I turned to my employee and asked him,
“What day is tomorrow?”
I was expecting the next day would be Tuesday or worst, Wednesday but I was told,
“Tomorrow is Friday”
Surprised, I asked “Why do these days run too fast now?”
Few hours after our conversation, a man entered and said,
“Thank God tomorrow is Friday” (then he looked relieved)
I looked at him and wondered,
“Why are people happy about Friday when I am sad?”
The answer is very simple.
I hate Friday because its signal the end to active work.
Though I work weekend, it’s not like during the week.
But why do other people hate Mondays why I love Mondays?
Most people hate Mondays because its signals the beginning of LABOUR for them.
This is because most people simply hate their jobs.
Now Steve, are you saying that you love #every part of your business?
No. Not at all.
But there’s a way around it.
As entrepreneurs, I simply employ other people to do what I hate doing.
I have spent years mastering this act.
Most entrepreneurs don’t have “work”
We only do what we love doing (and employ others to do what we hate doing).
My wife do complain that I work too much, but I told her,
“I’m NOT working. I’m simply playing”
But why am I writing this?
I am writing this to encourage you.
You see, If you hate your job, you’re only a little better than a slave.
Life as a successful entrepreneur is “heaven on Earth”
You create businesses, employ people, make good money, enjoy yourself.
And let me warn you;
The road to be successful entrepreneur is rough.
Only the strong fight through.
While thinking of how I can really help few Africans,
I think being close to some serious Africans can help them become like me.
You know we’re not doing our business seminar again?
Instead, we are looking at what can benefit every serious African (from any location)
That’s coming very soon.
Africa Business University is coming soon.
Very soon, you’ll have direct access to me as your business coach and mentor.
I want to hold you by the hand and show you the way, till you succeed.
My goal is to personally show few Africans how to build successful businesses from the scratch (even if you have no money).
I have been in the business world for more than 20 years and you can take my words for it.
Be prepared to join the Africa Business University.
Africa Business University is Coming Soon!