Black People : 28 Causes of Failure: Accurate Self-analysis

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  1. CE Wogu

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    A description of the twenty eight major causes of failure are outlined. As you go over the list, check yourself by it, point by point, for the purpose of discovering how many of these causes-of-failure stand between you and success.


    1. UNFAVORABLE HEREDITARY BACKGROUND. There is but little, if anything, which can be done for people who are born with a deficiency in brain power. This philosophy offers but one method of bridging this weakness—through the aid of the Master Mind. Observe with profit, however, that this is the ONLY one of the thirty causes of failure which may not be easily corrected by any individual.

    2. LACK OF A WELL-DEFINED PURPOSE IN LIFE. There is no hope of success for the person who does not have a central purpose, or definite goal at which to aim.

    3. LACK OF AMBITION TO AIM ABOVE MEDIOCRITY. We offer no hope for the person who is so indifferent as not to want to get ahead in life, and who is not willing to pay the price.

    4. INSUFFICIENT EDUCATION. This is a handicap which may be overcome with comparative ease. Experience has proven that the best-educated people are often those who are known as “self-made,” or self-educated. It takes more than a college degree to make one a person of education. Any person who is educated is one who has learned to get whatever he wants in life without violating the rights of others. Education consists, not so much of knowledge, but of knowledge effectively and persistently APPLIED. Men are paid, not merely for what they know, but more particularly for WHAT THEY DO WITH THAT WHICH THEY KNOW.

    5. LACK OF SELF-DISCIPLINE. Discipline comes through self-control. This means.. ceinspired.com/2015/09/28-causes-of-failure-accurate-self-analysis/
     
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    Got it Destee. Thanks. Sorry for violation of your rules.
     
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    :welcome1:

    Is this list meant to apply to people in general or specifically to Black people?

    This is the second thread I've run across started by you but you don't share your thoughts about what they mean to you.

    Are you a motivational speaker in real life?

    I see you hail from Nigeria. I'd like to know what you think are some of the burning issues among Black Nigerians, compared to African Americans. I'd love to learn about our similarities and differences from the perspective of someone that comes from there.

    Peace!
     
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    Nice outline here about failure. But my person opinion for men is to abide by the rules always in order to being success in future life.
     
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    Bless your soul brother. You mean well but Your europeanized indoctrination is complete.

    Isn't this all addressed in universal african tradition?
     
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