THE PURSUIT OF GREATNESS

THE LEGEND OF JACK MA (FOUNDER OF ALIBABA GROUP)

Jack Ma is the founder of Alibaba group. He is from Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. Jack Ma rise to greatness is very surprising, considering he was from a poor home.

Many people have given up in pursuing greatness. The fear of failure has limited their ambitions.

Jack Ma failed primary school test 2 times, he failed 3 times in middle school and he also failed entrance examination to the University 3 times. He applied to the police service and was rejected, Harvard University rejected him 10 times, even KFC rejected him. Jack Ma was never taught how to speak English in a classroom. He did it the hard way, by learning how to speak English from his tourist friends.

From his storyline, there is nothing impossible in this world. You should never give up in life. Believe in what you are doing and always be proud of your plans. You are going to make it, no matter the circumstances.

“Life is like a box of Chocolate, you never know what you can get”. – Jack Ma

Greatness does not matter the kind of home you come from. Whether rich or poor, you can make it. We all have equal chance to be successful in life. Jack Ma was from a poor home, but he is now one of the Billionaires in the world.

Don’t lose hope and vision. The fact that you were rejected, does not mean you are useless. Get use to rejections. Failures and rejections are inevitable. Learn from every experience, both good and bad. It’s during our difficult times that we see the light.

“Greatness comes with creating a new destiny”. – Ibrahim S. Emmanuel

The world has a lot of opportunities, grab it! Be patience and constantly work hard. Try to help others, we rise by lifting others.

Remember Jack Ma was rejected more than 30 times, but he never gave up. Keep the hope alive. Don’t concede defeat! I see light at the end of the tunnel, so keep going! It is possible!

THE POSITIVE MIND; UNLIMITING OUR LIMITATIONS.

IBRAHIM S. EMMANUEL

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