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Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies within us while we live (Norman Cousins). On which side of these crazy excuses are you? Oh I am not educated, Oh I don't have enough money, Oh I don't have connections, Oh I am too late!!! As it stands now, an average individual has their life mapped like this: Go to school. Get good marks. Graduate and land a lousy job with a reputable company. Chase the last Friday of the Monday until the day you get the news that the company is laying you off. Get your provisional funds get out. Sounds easy and nice, doesn't it?
Entrepreneurship has become a huge subject in our country. A staple topic. Really. One that’s echoed at every corner, with institutions of academic learning humming on the subject full time. It’s a hot topic on tabloids. Television and radio cannot help but be dedicated to this wave. South Africa has become a country where people can dream, reach out and build this country with their knowledge and skills. But how come many South Africans are failing to make use of these opportunities while foreigners with literally nothing, with no connections, no shoes and can barely speak English seem to be succeeding?