I am Chellah, a lady from Margat in Baringo County whose father has been a successful business man and a farmer. In this article i will give you the key secrete that every billionaire uses to succeed in life. This are common things that we tend to ignore yet they count a lot in life.
My dad was lucky to become a distributor of Dairy milk for a leading company in the country and used to sell his product across the expansive Rift Valley, parts of Western and Nyanza.
He made a lot of wealth from the business and we knew our life was sorted due to his hard work and skills.
He bought parcels of land in Rift Valley, constructed rental properties both commercial and residential which fetched him millions in a month. We were just four siblings and we ate life with a big spoon.
Meanwhile, though anytime I remember this story I am about to tell you I break down, I feel it important to share this with you so that it can help you one day. If I die with this information of what value will it be to me?
So in the years 2016, issues started arising one after another. My father’s business started crumbling down very fast and bank loans came calling. As a family, we changed for the worse and felt disjointed a lot.
Kenya Commercial bank auctioned some of his big properties in Eldoret town before another bank also knocked on our prime residential property in Nakuru town. We were falling very fast.
“I knew like elders say that you can look for wealth in 30 years and just loose it in a day!”
My father started falling sick and helpless, while on the other hand, my mother was becoming overwhelmed though remained the only strong person who kept us moving. She encouraged dad not to surrender. “All will be well,” she kept saying.
A family’s close friend in 2016 visited us at home, saw what we were going through and offered a solution.
They gave us secretes that could help us climb the wealth ladder. Below are some of the secrets used by successful people
- Believe in yourself
- Work hard
- Look forward to offering a solution to a problem
- Be consistent