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CONNECTING THE DOTS

"You can`t connect the dots looking forward ,you can only connect them looking  backwards..." -Steve Jobs address at the Stanford University commencement  address (2005 ).Such a humble man and risk taking visionary .I have learnt through the life of Steve that only the risk takers succeed in life ,they allow themselves to be tested and to break new grounds.Many times we want to hold on to that which we know and are exposed to.This way we never learn new things.We never contribute to the discovery of new things  that will benefit generations  and help us to reach our self actualization. I today challenge you to live your life knowing that trying is the mainstay of success and failure is a barometer for measuring your efforts . www.njabulomoyo.blogspot.com

I Am Motivation

Njabulo Moyo – A Leadership and Motivational Speaker. Njabulo is a young Zimbabwean motivational speaker aged 25. He was raised in the dusty and chaotic streets of Mzilikazi, right in the midst of the Okapi lifestyle by my single maternal grandmother. It was here that he emerged as a young man with a different vision. A vision to inspire and to help people see opportunities in challenges. Today he shares this vision with the world. Having come from a fairly middle class background, his life history is filled with emotional scars, marks and tracks of gloominess and challenges, ranging from that of being orphaned at a tender age of five, which resulted in him struggling to get finances for his studies and the general up keep in the extended family. However, he did not allow his background to hinder his vision. He always wanted to have an impact on the lives of other people and having influence on those who do not yet know him. Up to date, this is what he has been doing: perfecting the ar…

I Am Motivation

Njabulo Moyo – A Leadership and Motivational Speaker. Njabulo is a young Zimbabwean motivational speaker aged 25. He was raised in the dusty and chaotic streets of Mzilikazi, right in the midst of the Okapi lifestyle by my single maternal grandmother. It was here that he emerged as a young man with a different vision. A vision to inspire and to help people see opportunities in challenges. Today he shares this vision with the world. Having come from a fairly middle class background, his life history is filled with emotional scars, marks and tracks of gloominess and challenges, ranging from that of being orphaned at a tender age of five, which resulted in him struggling to get finances for his studies and the general up keep in the extended family. However, he did not allow his background to hinder his vision. He always wanted to have an impact on the lives of other people and having influence on those who do not yet know him. Up to date, this is what he has been doing: perfecting the ar…