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Amara Kaira
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Are you an entrepreneur struggling? I have something for you

There is a side a lot of entrepreneurs miss and if you feel like you are losing or missing That side I don’t know if this is for you but this is for you! Let read on.

I think in my opinion don’t have to agree but I believe a lot of entrepreneurs miss the spiritual side of their goals either or the spiritual side of your success. Now ask your self what is success? Nah fr think for a sec what your definition of success Money? Cars? House? Faith? Fame etc… Does that measure what success is to you? Like for me success is faith that’s me, if God is not smiling upon me I’m not successful period. What good am I if I have thousands millions or even trillions sitting in the bank in the first place when you have kids starving? All these problems that needs to be solved & you have so much money in the bank and you flash on social media or whatever. So we all have our own motives of why we do what we do & we all have our own definition of what success is to you.

Often times things aren’t never or Shouldn’t ever be evaluated by age. Most times people make that mistake well I wanna be at a certain level by the time I reach 23 or by 30 I want to be achieving this. It’s okay to create goals but don’t bank on them because for me like I said before faith things are going to Happen when God wants it to happen not when you want it to happen. Now you need to work towards it constantly though. Always perfecting your craft, always moving towards a growth impactful standpoint but don’t bank in an age goal because what happens is if you don’t achieve it in That moment most people start to give up, Quit saying this don’t work, thinking ah I failed myself Man shrugging or I didn’t do anything right. That’s not always true sometimes things don’t happen when you want it to happen it happens when God wants it to happen and that’s the side I think Lots of entrepreneurs miss the The spiritual side of your goal and what success is to you. Now you need to sit down and really see where your heading to on this journey call life. But more than anything to be honest you have to be true to yourself as to what your thoughts & motivation is For what you do.

One last thing Don’t measure success by materialistic things because I don’t know about you but I’ve seen many people and companies worth hundreds of billions of dollars today and then worth practically nothing tomorrow. You have to think from a different level of what your Satisfactions becomes to you, because ultimately when you become that person that looks to impact from a standpoint. Whatever that is to you figure it out.

I could keep going but let me know what you think in the comments. Follow me for more things like this! #yungafri

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  1. I like this perspective Kiara. Yes yes yes. Personally, I am not an entrepreneur yet. I still feel the need to venture into entrepreneurship but I never know where to start. Reading your article however, has opened up my mind and for sure... Even before you start, I bet considering the spiritual sidRead more

    I like this perspective Kiara. Yes yes yes. Personally, I am not an entrepreneur yet. I still feel the need to venture into entrepreneurship but I never know where to start. Reading your article however, has opened up my mind and for sure… Even before you start, I bet considering the spiritual side of things is key! Thank you for the knowledge you’ve shared! Iron sharpens iron, it’s true.

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