Do you know there are some things you engage yourself into that can drastically affect you? A Nigerian politician has shared some habit that can make you poor permanently, check out!
Reno Omokri is well known in this country due to his wisdom and activism in Nigeria politics. He can't do a day without sharing or sending eye-opening words of advice with Nigerians, most especially the youths. See the seven keys to success.
1. Spending without a budget:
This very common among the youths of nowadays, either you come from a wealthy family of you are into a business that brings you a steady income, no matter what the case may don't spend money on expenses you didn't plan for, you are going on the street and you notice or saw a cloth you like, if you didn't plan to buy cloth at the moment, it's better to leave and come for it another time.
2. Buying Luxuries before Necessities:
More like the example i cited earlier, don't spend your money on what you don't need. Even if you are going to acquire or purchase anything, don't spend on luxuries, e.g car, those things will always demand your money every day like fuel money and maintenance fee.
3. Waiting for Manna from Heaven:
Don't expect a miracle to happen in your life, stay out of your comfort zone to work for the money, work hard, and don't be a workaholic.
4. Nursing Grudges instead of Ideas:
Stop keeping grudges or malice over people's actions to you instead think of how to improve yourself by thinking of ideas that will fetch more money.
5. Hanging with Toxic people:
Show me your friend and i will tell you who you are, stop hanging around with folks that won't add any positivity to your life.
6. Unnecessary Upgrading of phones to latest model:
This life is vanity, stop chasing the latest things because you want to belong, you will surely have enough of this latest gadget after you work on improving yourself to become wealthy.
7. Stop Feeding your Ego
As for me, i agree and support what Reno Omokri listed above, what about you?
And what did you want to add to the list?
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