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The Right Thinking Mind

the right thinking mind

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*The Right Thinking Mind* teaches us that every great achievement begins from imagination. You are the product of your thought; and so what are you thinking in your mind? When you have the right mind, you will be having the right thought, but when you have the wrong mind, all your thoughts will be wrong. Success has no mathematical formula or scientific approach. It is not the product of wishes neither does it responds to it. Ever since you have been wishing for something, has it materialized? We are living in a noisy world, but the only thing that will make people to hear your voice is to do great things nobody has ever done in the history of life. Talking loudly will not make the world to listen to you, but doing greater things. Having the right thinking mind is the beginning of success and the sure way to greatness. Innovation starts from an idea and when you convert it to invention, it leads to greatness. Mind the type of people you share your vision with because everybody is not right for every idea. In this book, *The Right Thinking Mind,* you will understand that when you present the right idea to the right people, it brings good result. But until you have the right thinking mind, you will not be thinking right....

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The Struggle Of An African Child

the struggle of an african child

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Sam, an industrious young boy was born in the wretched family of Joe and Kate. He knew if he would fulfill his destiny he must not walk through the valley of excuses. To conquer his fear he admitted his weakness. His struggle started when he was little. He faced a lot of challenges and battles but he found strength in his weakness where others ran away. He laughed at his fear. His pride was the color of his skin. His determination was the beauty of his identity. His tears guaranteed his comfort and his hard work earned him honor. Despite his challenges as a poor African child, the air of joy that pervaded around him was infectious. Sam suffered sunstroke in the angry heat. He hawked in the streets, roads and market to make ends meet. He nearly froze in the cold rain in the streets trying to keep his family happy. He thought he might drown in the floods as he ran every day from corner to corner looking for people that would ease his pain. To put a smile on the face of his family, he had to wake up early to hustle. Everyday he watched the night bid farewell to the moon not knowing when his suffering would end. Sam sacrificed his life, education and whatever gave him joy for his family. ...

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