Reno gives reasons why Being underestimated in Nigeria is an asset and not a curse.
By Shreds | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 0 views
Reno who is know for his daily negguts have dropped another interesting quote for the day. In his tweet, he explains why he feels being underestimated is an asset. He stated that this gives one the room and opportunity to grow and also expand. Very Importantly is that it gives one the opportunity to prove those who underestimated them wrong.
In his post, he Said, "I often wonder why people get upset when they are underestimated? Being underestimated is an asset. An opportunity. It gives you more room to outperform, because the bar has been lowered. Astound your under-estimators by your over performance.
Reacting to this, this man on Twitter had this to say, "This is one of my precepts, I strive and thrive on this. It brings out the unfathomable strength which lies beneath and otherwise wouldn't have been brought to fore. This pushes you to your Zenith."
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