NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE FROM, YOUR DREAMS ARE VALID


Can I ask you a question today? Whats holding you back from doing all you want to achieve?  Read up what I have for you today.

In a moving acceptance speech,Lupita Nyong’o concluded with a message to children everywhere: “No matter where you’re from, your dreams are valid”.
Here are success stories of renowned men and women over the world, it might just inspire you to keep working and not throw in the towel.

"I struggled academically throughout elementary school yet became the best Neurosurgeon in the World in 1987" - *Dr. Ben Carson!*

I was raped at the age of 9 yet I am one of the most influential women in the World" - *Oprah Winfrey!*

"I didn't even complete my university education but became the World's richest man" - *Bill Gates!*

"I was sexually, mentally, emotionally and verbally abused by my father as far back as I can remember, until I left home at the age of eighteen, yet I am one of the most influential preachers in the World" - *Joyce Meyer!*

"I told my father that we would be very rich but he couldn't believe me. I made it a reality" - *Christiano Ronaldo!*

"I used to serve tea at a shop to support my football training and still became one of the World's best footballers" - *Lionel Messi!*

"I used to sleep on the floor in my friends' rooms, returning Coke bottles for food, money, and getting weekly free meals at a local temple, I later on founded Apple Company" - *Steve Jobs!*

"My teachers used to call me a failure, but I became a Prime Minister" - *Former British PM, Tony Blair!*

"I started Living Faith Church from A Lawn Tennis Court with three members only & Preach prosperity. Many of my friends criticised me, but today we have the largest church auditorium in the World & two world-class universities"- *Bishop David Oyedepo!*

"I was in prison for 27 years  and still became president."- *Nelson Mandela!*

"I drove a taxi to finance my university education but today I'm a billionaire" - *Mike Adenuga!*

I was on the verge of suicide when an Idea of opening a restaurant hit me after I retired as a cook in the Navy.
*Harland Sanders, Founder of KFC*

I worked for my uncle since I was a small boy, people looked down on me. I later on took a loan from my uncle to open a tiny shop. I worked hard to make ends meet. Now I am the Richest Man of African man in Africa.
*Aliko Dangote*
(was 23rd World's richest man on Forbes 2014 list)

I am a son of a black immigrant from Kenya, I graduated from Harvard and later on became a Senator in Chicago. Now I was the first black President of the Most Powerful Nation on Earth.
*Former US President Barrack Obama*

This is to show you that what you can achieve in this life is limit without limit if you stand strong and fight for it.

No matter what others tell you. or who said it – your dreams are valid. It doesn’t matter if it’s coming from a loving friend or a knowledgeable expert. They can go ahead and believe whatever they want.

All that matters, is that your dreams are relevant and so you must fight for it.


You know what they say? Opinion are the cheapest commodities in the world. Everyone and anyone is ready to dish it out for FREE.

So, ignore the inner and outer demons who tell you that you can’t amount to anything in life. Demand excellence from everything you do and nothing less.


Make some noise that literally forces people to notice your uniqueness.

Failures or limitations of the past have no control over the greatness in you. To him that believes, all things are possible.

Whether you’re in Africa, Asia or Europe, your dreams are valid and there’s nothing anyone can do about that. Fight for it with the last drop of your blood even if it’s the last thing you’ll do on earth.


Let your passion and hard work show people that your dreams are valid!!!

Drop your thought in the comment box and tell me how you’re fighting or how you’ve fought for something you believed in.


7 comments:

  1. Most people believe that i have to choose between my love for makeup artistry and being a lawyer. I fight everyday to prove them wrong. Ace'ing my exams and running a makeup business hasnt been a jolly ride. But yeah....my dreams are valid. I can do all things because Christ strengthens me.

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    1. Yeah, thats the fighting spirit there. Keep going Diva lawyer, aint no height you can't reach. Thanks for your contribution 😍😍

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  2. Let me drop this quote from an Indian movie titled "Dhoom 3" made by Aamir Khan.
    "People of God are we. Who can defy us. Basking under a thousand suns of hope. With steely resolve with fearless step. Today we set forth to write…our destiny."

    What should be deduced from the above quote and the entire write up is that, we should be resolute. Defy people's negative comments, talks about us and be determined to be successful irregardless of the situation or position.

    When you set out for a positive thing, it might look foolish at first, to some people and they do not believe it but we had rather work resolutely and let the world hear and see our success story.
    There's a proverb in Yoruba that says, "Ìkòkò nse isu, enì kankan ò gbó, odó wá ngún'yán òkìkì nkàn," meaning, "the pot is cooking yam, no one is hearing of it, the mortar and pestle is now pounding the yam everyone hears of it."

    Keep firing up the determination!
    Kudos, 'Toria.

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    1. Thank you so much for this Joshua, you buttressed my point and still put extra. Always a pleasure to read from you.😍😍

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