#BlogFeature : We should all be ENTREPRENEURS by Nzonda Kenneth
Twenty years from now it will be possible and twenty years ago it would have been practically impossible.
“Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. EXPLORE. DREAM. DISCOVER”
What If you had the means and the resource to create the kind of life you want, what if you were opportune to meet all the people you have ever wish to meet in your life time? What would you tell them, what if you had the chance to change the world and the narrative of how the people of color have always been looked at? What’s that one very important thing that you will do?
The world is evolving each passing second and things are changing with just a blink of an eye. Where we stand today and the things you do when no one is watching are going to be the predetermined actions of our overlapping future of people from a continent that has been branded as the most poorest, highly indebted, disease infested, weak political and socio-economic institutions, less industrious and the list is long
That has been the narrative of how the African people or black people in general for centuries till date.
There is a new breed of people (outliers) who are disrupting this narrations and reshaping our destinies as African people this people I call entrepreneurs, reason why I say we should all be entrepreneurs in oder to make the whole process easier and the tackle it from a continental front.
We need to assert ourselves in order to create communities build by ourselves for us and for our generations to come, there is no need fighting with other races in order to make our voices heard, we just need to seat back and create a better future for our children and their generations. We need only ourselves to get there and I say affirmatively that if we are working hard enough, we will not have the time to seek for help or fight for what we deserve but we will earn it.
For how much long are we going to seat back and be happy about the status quo that exists, a status quo which put the black community as the recipients of all forces sharing the global…
(To be continued…) part 2 drops soon…
…and as always, thanks for reading