Monday, 9 September 2013

Little beginnings are very important part of your story...

Hello Everyone, 

Another wonderful week is here again! Here is wishing we all have very beautiful testimonies and wonderful things to talk about at the end of the week. 

Today, I am talking about little beginnings. I have had the chance to speak with a few successful people here in Ghana, from executives in the oil an gas sector, to bankers, to transport owners, to fashion designers, to farmers, atheletes and entertainers; and their stories have all been almost the same. Some started off as mechanics and drivers among many other odd jobs that we don't really regard.

The difference was their perseverance. they persevered against all odds and it landed them at where they are now.

What am I saying? Small beginnings are very important, never despise or let anyone despise your little beginnings because, a journey of a thousand miles begins with just a step.

I hope this encourages someone. I hope this helps teach a reader that, even though you might not be seeing the head and tail of a thing now, things will only get better if you believe in what you are doing, hang in there... even when the road is rough. 

My prayer is you keep on being persistent and faithful and with God being on your side, your story will be different in the next few years to come. May the Lord bless and keep us all, may He cause His face to shine upon us and give us peace always, in Jesus Name. Amen!

Peace... I'm out!

16 comments:

  1. One of my former students sent me an article a few days ago about not limiting yourself based on your current job title. Basically that just because you are in a certain position or bear a certain job description doesn't mean you are stuck there or even that where you are is any better or any worse than where any one else is. Perseverance and positive attitude is key.

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  3. My compliments for your blog and pictures included,I invite you in my photoblog "photosphera"

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  4. Persistence is key oo. No success can be sustained without perseverance and persistence.

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  5. Even the Bible says not to despise little beginnings. And like @ilola said, persistence is very very key!

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  6. A big amen to that!

    Its little drops that always make a mighty ocean, right?

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  7. Amen to the prayers.

    Reminds me that the bible says faith as tiny as a mustard seed is all that is needed to move mountains

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  8. Hi Priscy,
    Whatever situation we are in, big or small:='He will keep in perfect peace he whose mind is stayed upon Him, because he trusts in Him.' Peace to you and blessings.

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  9. 'a journey of a thousand miles begins with just a step'.just exactly the words i need to hear right now.God bless you for posting this.

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  10. You are so on point. When we trust God with our little beginnings, He entrusts us with much because He who is faithful in the little things, will have more given to him. Problem is, some people give up too soon.

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  11. Amen to the prayer.

    I agree with you on this Priscy.
    Reminds me of the quote, "The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained by sudden flight, but they while their companions slept, were toiling upward in the night".

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  12. Inspiring....thanks for sharing Priscy.

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  13. Blessings....
    Everything counts, its all about the journey and the lessons that comes as a consequence. All of it is for a reason.

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  15. This is very true, especially in the economic climate that is just about fading and how hard it is to get a job especially in places like nigeria.. most people want to strike it rich straight away but it doesnt matter where to start... persevere and you will ger to where tu want to be.

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