Th power of determination

The Power of Determination

By Jack Canfield

Taking action is essential if you want to achieve your goals, dreams and desires. To ensure that you stay in action, one of the most important qualities you must develop is persistence.
During your journey to greater success, you will encounter roadblocks, hardships and challenges. There will be times when you will want to quit, give up, and go back to doing something else. The one quality that will guarantee your success is the willingness to stick with it, to see it through to the end and to refuse to settle for anything less than your dream.
Be Willing to Pay the Price
Achieving goals and dreams usually requires some level of sacrifice. It might mean putting everything in life on hold in favor of working toward your dreams, investing all of your savings, or giving up a few hours of sleep each night. Many people proclaim to want to achieve their goals, yet are unwilling to pay the price it takes to make their dreams a reality.
No one knows this better than Olympic athletes. According to John Troup, writing in USA Today, “The average Olympian trains four hours a day at least 310 days a year for six years before succeeding. Getting better begins with working out every day. By 7:00 AM most athletes have done more than many people do all day.”
Although becoming an Olympic athlete is probably not in your future, you can become world class in whatever you do by putting in the disciplined effort to excel at your profession, craft or trade.
However, before you can choose to pay the price, you must know what the price is. If you don’t know what will truly be required to make your dreams a reality, investigate what it will take to achieve your desired goals. Research the costs other people have had to pay to achieve dreams similar to yours. You may even want to interview these individuals to discover the sacrifices they had to make along the way.
You may find that some costs are more than you want to pay. Only you can decide what is right for you and what price you are willing to pay.
But if the price is something you are willing to pay, commit yourself to achieving your dream – no matter what it takes. The willingness to do whatever is required is the magic ingredient that helps you persevere in the face of challenges, setbacks, pain and even personal injury.
Adversity and Discouragement Is Inevitable

No matter how well you plan and how well you execute your plan, you are bound to meet with disappointments, setbacks and failure along the way to your ultimate triumph. Sometimes, you will encounter what seem like overwhelming odds. At other times, the Universe will test your commitment to the goal you’re pursuing.
Adversity is a great teacher. It gives you the opportunity to develop your inner resources of character and courage, requiring that you learn new lessons, develop new parts of yourself, and make difficult decisions.
Whenever you confront an obstacle or run into a roadblock, brainstorm three ways to get around it, over it, or through it. There are a number of ways that will work, but to find them, you must first look for them.
The longer you hang in there, the greater the chance that something will happen in your favor. No matter how hard it seems, the longer you persist, the more likely your success will be.
As Confucius wrote more than 4000 years ago in China, “Our greatest glory is in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”

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The Power of determination

The Power of Determination

By Jack Canfield

Taking action is essential if you want to achieve your goals, dreams and desires. To ensure that you stay in action, one of the most important qualities you must develop is persistence. During your journey to greater success, you will encounter roadblocks, hardships and challenges. There will be times when you will want to quit, give up, and go back to doing something else. The one quality that will guarantee your success is the willingness to stick with it, to see it through to the end and to refuse to settle for anything less than your dream. Be Willing to Pay the Price Achieving goals and dreams usually requires some level of sacrifice. It might mean putting everything in life on hold in favor of working toward your dreams, investing all of your savings, or giving up a few hours of sleep each night. Many people proclaim to want to achieve their goals, yet are unwilling to pay the price it takes to make their dreams a reality. No one knows this better than Olympic athletes. According to John Troup, writing in USA Today, “The average Olympian trains four hours a day at least 310 days a year for six years before succeeding. Getting better begins with working out every day. By 7:00 AM most athletes have done more than many people do all day.” Although becoming an Olympic athlete is probably not in your future, you can become world class in whatever you do by putting in the disciplined effort to excel at your profession, craft or trade. However, before you can choose to pay the price, you must know what the price is. If you don’t know what will truly be required to make your dreams a reality, investigate what it will take to achieve your desired goals. Research the costs other people have had to pay to achieve dreams similar to yours. You may even want to interview these individuals to discover the sacrifices they had to make along the way. You may find that some costs are more than you want to pay. Only you can decide what is right for you and what price you are willing to pay. But if the price is something you are willing to pay, commit yourself to achieving your dream – no matter what it takes. The willingness to do whatever is required is the magic ingredient that helps you persevere in the face of challenges, setbacks, pain and even personal injury. Adversity and Discouragement Is Inevitable No matter how well you plan and how well you execute your plan, you are bound to meet with disappointments, setbacks and failure along the way to your ultimate triumph. Sometimes, you will encounter what seem like overwhelming odds. At other times, the Universe will test your commitment to the goal you’re pursuing. Adversity is a great teacher. It gives you the opportunity to develop your inner resources of character and courage, requiring that you learn new lessons, develop new parts of yourself, and make difficult decisions. Whenever you confront an obstacle or run into a roadblock, brainstorm three ways to get around it, over it, or through it. There are a number of ways that will work, but to find them, you must first look for them. The longer you hang in there, the greater the chance that something will happen in your favor. No matter how hard it seems, the longer you persist, the more likely your success will be. As Confucius wrote more than 4000 years ago in China, “Our greatest glory is in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”

Please forgive me

Please forgive me

The following is an excerpt from the book .The Book by Joe Vitale

Don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive and then go do that. Because what the world needs are people who have come alive.

–Howard Thurman

If you feel stuck in any area of your life, if you’re not attracting the car, house, job, mate, or anything else you really want, it could very well be due to a lack of forgiveness.
Maybe you didn’t forgive the other person. Maybe you didn’t forgive yourself. It doesn’t matter. Holding on to past emotions, memories, or stories is guaranteed to tie up your energy and block your ability to attract what you want.

What you have to do now is forgive.

I used to struggle with this one. I was afraid that if I forgave someone, I would not learn the lesson they gave me and I would be suckered again. But as I looked at that belief, I realized it was just that: a belief. It wasn’t reality. It wasn’t factual. It wasn’t true.
I remember when a client owed me a great deal of money. He wasn’t paying, and it was clear he was going to rob me of what was due to me. In those days my mind-set was still that of a victim. I thought my client, and much of the world, was out to get me. I had read so many books about robber barons in history, and about survival of the fittest, that I felt unless I became greedy and cutthroat in business, I’d always fail. However, I refused to become something I didn’t like. I refused to become one of "them." So I lived with my pain and resentment.
Of course, the only person this hurt was me. The client who owed me money never felt my pain. I have no idea if he felt anything at all. So my holding a grudge kept only one person down: me.
As I began to read self-help books, I began to realize that I could let go of my resentment. I could forgive my client. I could forgive myself.
I did just that. And — you probably guessed it — my client surfaced and paid me the money he owed me. But I didn’t forgive in order to collect the money. I forgave and forgot and let it go.

Power of Forgiveness

But let’s look at this more closely so you understand forgiveness and the power of it as a clearing method.
Forgiving another person is, in part, an ego trip. When you say "I forgive you" to someone, you are saying you had some sort of hold over them. You were the King or Queen, and by the "I forgive you" decree you could pronounce them "free" of your resentment. That’s not forgiveness. It may even be a form of manipulation.
What’s more powerful is to say "I’m sorry" to the people you hurt. If you’ve never seen the television show My Name Is Earl, watch it sometime. It’s about a petty thief who awakens to the idea that if he does good things, good things happen. He makes a list of everyone he ever hurt in his life. He then works to do something to erase his wrong.
A couple of decades ago I did something similar. I made a list of people I felt I had hurt. I then went to them and paid them money if I owed it, returned tools or objects if I had walked off with them, and told them I was sorry for my behavior. I did my best to make peace with my past. It was a wonderful feeling.
I also know there is a level of forgiveness beyond being forgiven by others or forgiving others. The forgiveness that becomes one of the most powerful clearing methods you can use in an instant is the one where you forgive yourself.
It’s your perception of a situation or person that is an error. It’s not the other person. Yes, they may have done something you prefer they hadn’t done. But it’s your judgment of them that causes the friction. When you let go of your judgment, you free yourself. And often, when you free yourself, the other person does what you wanted all along. But your motivation has to come from forgiveness of you.

Hope you enjoyed this excerpt and learn what forgiveness is and what it can do in your life and to the people around you.

Peace and Love

JTC Chairman.

Herbert Mtowo

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What doesnt kill you

Ladies and Gentleman, it is official: A new study has concluded that experiencing "adverse life events" not only makes you stronger but more satisfied with your life. This study also found that people who sail through life with ease or face less frequent adversity usually do not fare as well compared to those that do. Due to this information, researchers came to the conclusion that ”people are more resilient than we thought and happier because of it."
Have you ever experienced an emotional, financial, or personal setback? Has that setback ever been a key to your success?
Personifications of Marriott’s quote are available throughout America’s rich history. For instance, Babe Ruth struck out a ridiculous 1,330 times in his professional baseball career, but because of his willingness to continue on after failure Ruth went on to amass the record-setting tally of 714 home runs. R.H. Macy failed an incredible 7 times before his Flagship Macy’s Department store of New York City caught on! The great Walt Disney, creator of Disney Motion Pictures and DisneyWorld, failed numerous times, and even suffered a nervous breakdown and lost his home, before he was able to develop a successful cartoon about a mouse named Mickey. The moral of these great American success stories is that the most amazing successes are more often than not built upon early adversities. Therefore, it is important to bear in mind that only out of adversity can massive success truly be born, and it is our job as humans striving for excellence to turn these adversities into eventual successes.
One important key to turning your adversities into amazing successes is the importance of seeing your adversities as a bump in the road and not the end of the road. Your adversities are integral parts of the development process that prepares you for eventual success.
A second important key to turning adversity into success is one’s attitude. Answer this question: do you see your glass as half full or half empty? Or, more grammatically, do you see your current adversity as a “setback-period” or as a “setback-comma”? I ask this because as children we were all taught that there were two punctuation marks, each being critica l to our ability to effectively learn to read and write. These two punctuation marks were the period and the comma. A period means the end of a sentence or end story, automatically implying that there is no more to be said or communicated, whereas a comma signifies a pause in the thought, with more to come in the sentence or story! When we have a setback, which we all will experience at some point or another in this life, we have the choice of deciding if this is particular setback will be a period or a comma in our life’s story. I encourage you to see life’s challenges as a comma and not a period, but you are the one who must make the choice.
Remember that your attitude determines how you see and respond to the adversity that you are facing. As Bob Johnson, the founder of BET and current billionaire, once wrote, “Adversity can either make you or break you! The same hammer that breaks the glass happens to be the same hammer tha t sharpens the steel!” Hence, your eventual success or failure all depends on the positivity or negativity of your attitude and

Times

Times

By Kevin Michael Dallas


There are times when things look their bleakest and we think that there’s no one there for us. That is the time to turn to prayer. God is always willing to meet us halfway. Work your way towards Him. I am here to tell you that if do just small works in His Name, He will bless you. You reach out to His Magnificent Hand and He will reach back to grab yours. He will cover unimaginable distances touch you and fill you with His Holy Spirit.

Our God can never fail. You may sometimes think that He’s not listening to your prayer but our God hears every prayer and you would be very surprised to know how much He thinks of YOU! He thinks millions of thought about YOU personally everyday.

With the recent calamity in Northern Japan we may question how our God can allow these things to happen. Our God weeps for each and every life that is lost there. I am telling you that our God is a good of Mercy. The devil rejoices in death and destruction and disorder. The devil wants only to kill and destroy. In all times, remember that God is always in charge. We do not understand His reasons for the way that He does things. It is not for we mortals to question Him; it is our job to love, respect and worship Him.

The people of Northern Japan need our help but mostly they need our prayer. They are a part of the Family of Man and they are hurting in ways that very few of us understand. Support them through the Red Cross and through the Mighty Lord our God support them also with your fervent prayer.

Times

Times

By Kevin Michael Dallas


There are times when things look their bleakest and we think that there’s no one there for us. That is the time to turn to prayer. God is always willing to meet us halfway. Work your way towards Him. I am here to tell you that if do just small works in His Name, He will bless you. You reach out to His Magnificent Hand and He will reach back to grab yours. He will cover unimaginable distances touch you and fill you with His Holy Spirit.

Our God can never fail. You may sometimes think that He’s not listening to your prayer but our God hears every prayer and you would be very surprised to know how much He thinks of YOU! He thinks millions of thought about YOU personally everyday.

With the recent calamity in Northern Japan we may question how our God can allow these things to happen. Our God weeps for each and every life that is lost there. I am telling you that our God is a good of Mercy. The devil rejoices in death and destruction and disorder. The devil wants only to kill and destroy. In all times, remember that God is always in charge. We do not understand His reasons for the way that He does things. It is not for we mortals to question Him; it is our job to love, respect and worship Him.

The people of Northern Japan need our help but mostly they need our prayer. They are a part of the Family of Man and they are hurting in ways that very few of us understand. Support them through the Red Cross and through the Mighty Lord our God support them also with your fervent prayer.

It`s the rubbing that brings out the shinning

It`s the rubbing that brings out the shinning

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Life has a lot of challenges that we all go through day in and day out. We are left with so many questions and most of them we aren’t able to answer at all. I have personal experiences in my own life that, are too painful to dwell on and keep thinking about them, but I tell myself it had to be to be that example.

From the very first day of our birth, we all come across different types of adversities. They can be sickness, failures, setbacks, problems, and losses like jobs, family, financial loss or loss of dear loved ones. I know what it is to walk on knife edge and wonder what tomorrow is going to become. You and me are no exception to all these and many more of life`s turbulent times.

But what I have learnt and not the easy way though is that, how a person handles such adversities is what makes the difference in one`s life. It is always important that we lean on God`s grace, during such times nothing can take you through only but God`s grace, One needs to remain focused and concentrate on the positive, then one can become stronger from within. During such times strength from without will fail you but that which is form within can make you strong by each day. We must also bear in mind that adversities might taste bitter but surely these bless a person with enormous opportunities to grow up physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. If you remain focused on the positive, you can make adversities work for you, instead of working against you, though I will admit its worthy it to lean on the grace of God. If we look closely at each adversity, we become wiser to life`s ways as each adversity brings new insight. In real sense, tough situations take us to a pathway of new growth as human beings.

By focusing on the positive we begin to see the blessings appear-sometimes not immediately but later that we would not have received had we not been handed tough times. That’s why it’s important to note that when you have managed to overcome life`s grave problems, do not spend time remembering the difficult times, concentrate on the joy of having passed yet another of life`s tests. When you emerge from a long period of medical treatment, do not brood on the suffering you endured, think instead of the Grace and blessings of God that allowed you to be cured. There is no justifiable reason to date three, two or more women at one time simply because you are having relational problems, nothing will ever substitute character, we have to guard jealously over our characters. Troubles don’t last forever, its only but for a while, but your name will always be remembered so be cautious about how you walk with the Lord. The bible says Enoch walk with God and he was not….

Lets us continue in His grace and fervency in prayer and supplication without fainting or tiring. For He cometh soon, watch ye therefore and pray.

Mercy ad Peace to you all.

JTC Chairman

Herbert Mtowo

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Do You Want To Live Better? What Are Your Goals?

Do You Want To Live Better? What Are Your Goals? (Part I)

In each and every year beginning of , I talk about the importance of setting goals. I write about goals in my articles; write about goals in my books; talk about the importance of goals. Yet, I still find many people in my network who refuse to set any goals!

They are happy having a few New Year’s resolutions, which they typically forget by the beginning of February! I have said it before and I will say it again here…resolutions are a waste of time! I repeat…resolutions are a waste of time! Leave resolutions alone and set some goals!

Why set goals?
Goals work! You must have written goals that are SMART! That is…Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time Bound. Written goals that are SMART will change your life! It is refe renced in Scripture, “Write the vision, make it plain, that he that reads it can run the race!” (Habakkuk 2:2)

Recently, I asked myself why it is that people hear me talk about the importance of goals, yet they still don’t set their goals?!!! I believe there are several reasons. The first reason is because goal setting takes work! If you want goals that work on you and for you, then you must work on them!

Zemira Jones, management guru and president of All American Management Group, says, “Setting goals is easy to do; but it is just easier not to do it! And people tend to take the easy path! But, if you are hard on yourself, your success will be easier. Conversely, if you are easy on yourself, your success development will be much harder!”

Every super successful person I have ever met or interviewed have echoed the same theme. Super success in any venture takes work; and you have to be committed to the work to re ach the goal!

The second reason people don’t set goals is because they just don’t know how! So, over the next few editions of this newsletter, I will share secrets about goal setting to help you through the process and make it easier.

These tips I have learnt from by one of the greatest goal setting experts I have ever heard of and listened to, Jim Ball. He was the president of the Goals Institute. Jim passed away a couple years ago, where he has shared secrets that have transformed the lives of many people.

What Are Goals?
First, Jim defined a goal for me. Jim said, “A goal is a tool that helps you assign in your brain what you want and what you want to become.” It helps you draw a line in the sand of where you are and another line of what you have to accomplish. It is a way to move into the future and clearly separate the future from the past. As Jim loved to say, “Without a goal a terrible thing usually happens … NOTHING!”

Steps To Goal Action
Goals move people to action. And consistent action leads to results! But without a methodology or an understanding of how to set goals, most people get frustrated and just put it off…until next year! Then they repeat the process next year and never reach their potential. So here are the first steps to get your goals up and moving:

1. Take out a paper and pen; or go to your computer or pick up your smart phone and get ready to write your goals.

2. Think about what you want! First, imagine that you went to the doctor today and he told you he had good news and bad news. The bad news was that you have a year to live!&nb sp; 365 days from now you will be dead! The good news is that the illness is rare, and guarantees that anything you try, anything you attempt …you will achieve!

3. Ink It! What ten things would you try if you knew you could not fail? Write down at least ten things you would attempt because you could only win at them. Then send them to me at herbertmtowo I will, in effect, become one of your accountability partners.

If you are serious you will do this exercise! But if you choose to take the easy road, and put it off until later…. well, I’ll talk to you again about this-next next article!

Remember, your success is up to you! What are you going to do?
H.M

The secret to great teamwork

The Secret to Great Teamwork

Preparation – Procedures – Training

By Willy Jolley

Do you remember where you were when you heard about US Airways Flight #1549 crash landing in the Hudson River? It was January 15, 2009. It has since been called the "Miracle on the Hudson," and rightfully so.

I recently had an opportunity to hear Flight 1549 First Officer Jeff Skiles speak. I later sat down with him to learn a little more about him, his training and his views on teamwork.

Most people recognize Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger’s name today, yet few know it was Jeff Skiles at the controls when Flight 1549 took off from LaGuardia that afternoon. Jeff was still manning the controls when the bird strike occurred just two minutes after takeoff. After striking the birds and telling the captain what had happened, Sully said, "My aircraft!" Jeff followed with the statement, "Your aircraft!" At that moment, they both knew their individual responsibilities and what they had to do to get that airplane back on the ground (or water) safely.

You may find it even more interesting to learn that Jeff and Sully met just three days earlier, and this was the last leg of their time together. So how were these two pilots able to bring the aircraft to a successful landing on the Hudson River after three days and just a few flights together?

Jeff attributes these three factors:

  1. 1. He had just finished his certification training in this aircraft
  2. 2. Sully had extensive experience in this aircraft, as well as glider training
  3. 3. Both pilots knew their job responsibilities and followed proper procedures

Jeff had just completed his certification training on the flight simulator two weeks earlier. One of the circumstances he practiced was an engine failure and a water landing. This gave him a recent recollection of what needed to be done. Training is a constant in the airline industry and it proved invaluable. Jeff knew to follow the checklist written by Airbus (the aircraft manufacturer); therefore, he had no choice but to quickly scan the 100-page manual searching for the exact location that referenced water landings. He did so in only 20 seconds.

Keep in mind, this checklist was written for a water landing with engine failure over an ocean occurring at 30,000 feet and about 30 minutes to accomplish the mission. Flight 1549 had not yet hit 3,000 feet in altitude, and had roughly three and a half minutes until they were in the Hudson. The key is to go through a sequential process; when you go through this process and egos don’t get in the way, it is amazing what can be accomplished in a very short amount of time.

As Sully guided the plane and communicated with the air traffic controllers, Jeff went through the necessary procedures; this included constantly calling out the altitude and air speed, which is critical to a successful landing.

The teamwork that helped land Flight 1549 goes beyond what took place in the cockpit that afternoon. The flight controller who worked with them made telephone calls to the other airports and cleared the radio frequency. When he communicated with Flight 1549 he left the phone line open so others could hear the details; they in turn contacted the Port Authority who was already dispatching a rescue team, allowing for a speedy water recovery.

Levity is always important. Jeff says that just after Sully announced to the passengers "brace for impact," he asked Jeff, "Got any other ideas?"

Within moments, frogmen stormed the cold Hudson River and vessels surrounded the plane, anxious to help the passengers. Just as the pilots maintained their control, the flight attendants never panicked. Again, extensive training took over. A majority of passengers were compliant and followed the crewmember instructions, another key factor.

Now it was time for the team of rescuers to take over. As the passengers boarded the boats, Sully and Jeff walked the cabin to ensure everyone was off the airplane before they exited. Sully has said it was nearly 30 minutes before he knew everyone on board Flight 1549 was safe.

Jeff also mentioned the training; he said prior to the 1980s, airline pilots received virtually no leadership training. This all changed in the late 80s, and Jeff credits the successful water landing they performed that cold winter day to a new kind of training.

A complete overhaul took place as part of this new training; pilots were now taught not only how to fly the aircraft, but also who they are as pilots and how to lead and work as a team. Several new rules went into play, including the assignment of specific duties and responsibilities.

This new training, along with the new rules and regulations, allowed both Jeff and Sully to know their roles and responsibilities. They both knew and understood the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and Jeff said, "Procedures are the foundation to handling change." This also means Jeff and Sully had intuitive knowledge of each other, though they had only worked together a few days.

Jeff recalls that once the plane came to a rest and before they began the evacuation procedures, Sully looked to Jeff and said, "That wasn’t so bad."

Never say die..Dont quit.

Never say die…Don’t give up

By Herbert Mtowo

There is so much that we face in every day life such that you want to just quit and let go. But I have news for you, your very life depends on the dream and vision you are about to give up on. I know troubles last only but for a while. We need to be resilient and take another lick and still push through to realize and accomplish our dreams. If you don’t do it nobody will do it but you. Your future isn’t in anybody`s hands but yours.

Someone once said,” You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don’t try. Any person who chooses not to quit on their dreams is already on the verge of breaking into new levels of opportunity and success. Napoleon Hill once said,” The majority of men meet with failure because of their lack of persistence in creating new plans-opportunities to take the place of those which fail.” That’s why it is stated often times that the greater the struggle the greater and sweeter the victory. Time is a priceless gift that you and me need to treasure in our pursuit of greatness’ hats why the future is coming at us in sixty seconds a minute. You and me must accept our time is finite. We aren’t immortal and we only have so much to time to use and surely we must use it wisely. Because time passes so quickly, it makes sense to use it wisely in your quest for the crown. No one I beg you and not you should come to the end of their lives and have to say, “if only”,. If only I had studied further, if only I had told her how much I cared, if only I had taken the risk. Here it from me it`s never too late to start now. If you and me can fill the unforging minute, with sixty seconds worthy of distance run, ours is the earth and everything that`s in it.

Beloved it is imperative that we learn and train hard to achieve things in life. Time invested in training makes winning look simple. As a public speaker I have realized that time is the most valuable asset that has been given to me and I use and invest into it wisely, with several hours of preparation and patience to bring the best out of what is merely an idea yet to become reality. The amount of time you and me spend in working our opportunities, building our opportunities, researching and planning our opportunities will surely determine whether it`s success or failure. The choice is yours, you have come a long way with your dreams you can’t give them up now, and I beg you not to give up now. Muhammad Ali the great once said,” I hated every minute of training, but I said don’t quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion”.

Champions aren’t born at all, but they are made, you can ask the Barcelona Manager and players of the sweat and toil spent in training, Lionel Messi isn’t just gifted but he [puts a lot of time into his skills to be the best in the world, Mike Tyson became Boxing`s World heavyweight Champion at a tender age of 18yaers, but it didn’t come cheap, he invested in training and eating healthy. Bolt who is as fast as lightning, lol, says he hasn’t reached his maximum potential but with training and he can set records which may not be broken. The list is endless; they all labored and toiled to be what they have become and what they became then, so you and me have no excuse not to make it or thinking of quitting.

Remember, train hard, don’t quit. Perseverance is the not the long race, its one short race after another. Live your like a champion and decide to be a champion, dare to stay on and fight.

Peace and Love.

Jordan Touch Communications Chairman.

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Herbert Mtowo