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CGMi Founder/Lagacy Week

Founder/Legacy week begins today.
I want you to connect, participate and contribute to the programme.
You can relate to the story of our father Arch Bishop Benson Idahosa, a man God raised from:
*Nothing to something
*From zero to hero
*From rejection to celebrity
*From the ground to the top most top of greatness
* From rags to riches
*From shame to fame
*From obscurity to the limelight
*From nobody to somebody
*From the rear to the front
*From setbacks to pacesetter
*From been lost to becoming a pathfinder
*From lack to a legend
For anyone reading this writeup that may be  at the bottom rug of the leader in life and destiny, or probably at the point of dejection, rejection, frustration or at the point of given up.
If our father made it under God, you too can make it.
It’s not over with God on your side.

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#CGMi #Founders/#Legacy Week.

Stop making excuses

No more excuses.
   Your background is not what determines your height in destiny, but your decisions.
     It’s not your colour that has caused you those setbacks, but it’s the errors in your ways of reasoning.
    You are not lacking because you are black, it’s just that you lack what it takes to turn your obstacles to miracles. Vision and purpose can deliver any beautiful destiny you  have envisaged.
    The greatest disability of any kind, is not physical, but mental.
      This story will challenge you to take a bold step that will cause a drastic turnaround positivly in every sphere of your endeavors.
   Helen Keller, an American who became blind and deaf when she was
only 19 months old. Can you imagine the psychological trauma of such an
experience at an early age? She had every reason to quit,  but she did not let her condition determine her destiny.
Despite her physical challenge, she went on to become an author, political
activist and lecturer. She was the first deaf and blind person to earn a
Bachelor of Arts degree.
   #You too can achieve an outstanding feat, if only you can dare and rise above all odds#

No more Excuses

No more excuses.
   Your background is not what determines your height in destiny, but your decisions.
     It’s not your colour that has caused you those setbacks, but it’s the errors in your ways of reasoning.
    You are not lacking because you are black, it’s just that you lack what it takes to turn your obstacles to miracles. Vision and purpose can deliver any beautiful destiny you  have envisaged.
    The greatest disability of any kind, is not physical, but mental.
      This story will challenge you to take a bold step that will cause a drastic turnaround positivly in every sphere of your endeavors.
   Helen Keller, an American who became blind and deaf when she was
only 19 months old. Can you imagine the psychological trauma of such an
experience at an early age? She had every reason to quit,  but she did not let her condition determine her destiny.
Despite her physical challenge, she went on to become an author, political
activist and lecturer. She was the first deaf and blind person to earn a
Bachelor of Arts degree.
   #You too can achieve an outstanding feat, if only you can dare and rise above all odds#