Failure is the test of True Commitment

When you don’t know where you are going in life, when you don’t have a clear destination you don’t need direction. You only need divine revelation. A nation is not defined by its borders or the boundaries of its land mass, instead, a nation is defined by adverse people who have been unified by a cause and a value system and who are committed to a vision for the type of society they wish to live in and give to the future generations to come.

If the path you are walking today won’t lead you to your desired destination, then you are strolling. Failure is the test of true commitment. If you back out & quit after a failed attempt, then you are not yet committed to your dream. Be a solution provider and not a part of the problem to be solved.

There is a place for talking and criticism. But there is also a place to let our actions do the talking. Many men have children, but not many children have ‘Fathers’. Age releases to you reproductive skills. Fatherhood requires leadership skills.

Great Leaders do not break the law, not because of the fear of being caught but because of the fear of God & love for the land. Great nations are built by great people, not just successful people. What we need now is a nation of great people who live to positively impact others and build enduring legacies.

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A year from today, it will be good if your life is positively different, but great if your life has made a positive difference on others. It is nice to be important but it is more important to be nice. There is nothing as terrible as something designed with excellence and executed in error. It is such a Colossal Waste of an excellent spirit.

As a nation, we will only become the shining light to the world with the emergence of more and more role models worthy of emulation by all. Individual effort is good but collective effort is better. We need a network of nation builders. Life does not give me what I deserve instead it give me what I desire and determine to have, that is what I demand.

Strengthen your strengths & you become great. Then control your weaknesses & you become sustainably great. When you operate outside your place of purpose, you then misplace your gifts & get displaced along the path of destiny.

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The things you can’t do well can never determine your future.  It is the things you can do well & how well you do them that determine your future.  Not everything in your past qualifies to be called history. Only the things in the past that shaped your future.

What we need now is a nation of great people who live to positively impact others and build enduring legacies. A bubble has an illusion of growth. It is enlargement without real substance or structure. Don’t live in a bubble, grow for real. Don’t ask your wife to do anything you know she can’t/shouldn’t do. But inspire & coach her to do all that you know she can & should do.

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Austine Nonso is a Motivational Speaker, an online Entrepreneur, a Blogger, a YouTuber and the CEO of Austine Media. He is a graduate of Mass Communication from Enugu State University of Science and Technology. You can follow him on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn
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