Kiki Omeili a medical Doctor who became an Actress is one of the most successful actresses in Nollywood. She has appeared in several movies and has created a name for herself. The award-winning actress didn't find it easy when starting in her career, however, she succeeded against all odds. Here are 3 lessons to learn from Kiki Omeili:
1. It's Never Late To Pursue Your Dreams
One of the most important lessons to learn is that it's not too later to pursue your dreams. Kiki spent more than 6 years in the medical line before starting a career in acting. This she didn't allow time to hinder her from pursuing her dreams. This is an important lesson for all young people to learn.
2. Explore Your Talents
Another lesson to learn from the life of Kiki is that she was willing to explore her talent. Though she was a medical doctor that didn't stop her from exploring other areas of life. She proves that she is not only a smart doctor but also a talented actress.
3. Have Courage To Face Your Challenges
One of the lessons to learn from Kiki is that we can succeed regardless of the challenge. Kiki was turned down several times because many thought she could not act because of her occupation. But the talented actress did not allow that to hinder her from making an impact in the movie industry. As such we should always have the courage to face our challenges.
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