Work hard to succeed

Pabalelo Mabilo of Praktiseer writes:

Lot of people have committed themselves to succeed in life which is good but the reality is only few of them are willing to listen, it should be made known that a successful person is someone who is willing to learn.

One crucial element in the process of succeeding is that one should be able to listen effectively at all times. The youth in particular should understand that if they aim to be people of noble personality in future they should start to admire role models of positive influence.

There is nothing good which can come from a person who is morally bankrupt; discipline is one significant factor of success. The late president Nelson Mandela is a vivid example for what success really means a best lawyer in the courtroom and well-rounded politician in politics.

Perhaps current politicians should learn that you can’t separate education from leadership – an enlightened leader has a witty approach to matters while a leader without a solid educational basis is likely to be inefficient.

Teachers at schools should work hard at keeping learners enthusiastic about education and success in life and refrain from being in sexual relationships with learners which is a transgression of the South African Council of Educators Act 31 of 2000 as supported by Code of Professional Ethics, such relationships are prohibited by Section 3.9 of the said legislation.

Teachers should at all times strive to be role models of good morals.

Those who want to succeed in life must know that success never comes without hurdles and difficult challenges.

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