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Young People, Nations Rarely Kaput – Keep Building

Young People, Nations Rarely Kaput – Keep Building

One of our startups just added new team members in Nigeria. Let me welcome all the new team members. We are truly honoured that you chose us. Thank you. Tekedia Capital https://lnkd.in/evnUEs3  sends one message to young people: the future is one of abundance. And we challenge you to fill your mind with optimism, seasoned with hardwork. The father of  Carlos Slim, a Mexican billionaire, told him one thing: nations rarely kaput.

With that message, even as Mexico was in ruins with currency crises and unbounded inflation, he continued to build. Just decades before him, the stock picker of the century, Templeton, went around buying any stock he could find even at the ascent of  a world war. When others were frightened, these men sojourned and became legends.

As a Scripture Union kid who grew up in the village, one lesson I picked was this: tomorrow will make the praises better because new songs will be discovered.

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#believe and #build.



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