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No More Excuses!


No more Excuses

 

For those of you who think you can’t succeed because of some handicaps let me give you a few examples of people who overcame unbelievable odds:

 

Peter Daniels: Color Blind, Dyslexia, didn’t pass a grade in school, was told he was stupid and wouldn’t amount to anything, almost died, failed in business 3 times, and lost it all. Didn’t go to college, had a rough upbringing. He said he was dragged up not brought up. He said they were so poor they had to reach up to touch the bottom. He became one of the wealthiest men in the world. He’s been paid a million dollars for 10 minutes of his time. He is one of the wisest Christian businessmen I’ve ever heard and is one of the highest paid speakers in the world! He could have used every excuse in the book to not succeed but he had a dream to change the world in his lifetime and he didn’t quit until he completed the assignment given to him by God.

 

Beethoven: At 46 Beethoven became totally deaf and wrote his best music.

Jim Stovall: Went totally blind in college and ended up starting the first TV Network for the blind. Became an accomplished author with over 20 books to his credit. Some of his books have been turned into movies. He has become a high-paying public speaker. He is a multimillionaire with no formal business or college training. He is one of my well-respected mentors.

 

I can keep going on and on with people who refuse to give an excuse on why they can’t make it and build a legacy. It’s time for you to stop making excuses and start making a difference. 

 

I didn’t graduate high school, didn’t go to college, I don’t have rich family members, but I have a vision from God and a pioneer/apostolic mind that pushes me to build the legacy. I refuse to excuse myself into mediocrity. I’m here to serve the world and NOTHING or NOONE will stop me! I’m not a people pleaser and will never be moved by the boos or the cheers. You must think this way if you’re going to build wealth and build a legacy for future generations.


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