Do you have a big idea that you feel confident will change your world? Are you willing to take the risk of being audacious?
How do you react when something you really want and/or believe in isn’t happening as or when you would like? Is your level of commitment such that you are determined to find a path to success? Are you prepared to persevere?
If your answer to these questions is yes, then you are in a good position to lead. If, on the other hand, your answer is negative or uncertain, step back and find a shining light to follow.
Nurture your passion like a growing a tree, you need to take care of it, and see how fast it grows and how it become better and stronger.
John Maxwell (an American author, speaker and pastor) says “passionate people are immune to burnout. They love what they do because they’ve learned how to fuel the fire that keeps them moving. The price is not given to the person who’s the smartest, nor to the person with the advantages in resources and position, but to the person with passion”. May God help us all.
Mrs. Folorunso Alakija is the Executive Vice Chairperson of Famfa Oil Limited, an oil prospecting company based in Nigeria. Folorunso Alakija is a Nigerian businesswoman, one of the richest African women, and one of the richest black women in the world. In 2014, she temporarily unseated Oprah Winfrey as the richest woman of African descent in the world