YOU CAN PUSH THROUGH 

Posted: June 25, 2017 in UNLEASHIDEA INC.


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You Can PUSH Through! 

J. K Rowling is one of the most inspirational success stories of our time. Many people simply know her as the woman who created Harry Potter.  But, what most people don’t know is what she went through prior to reaching stardom. Rowling’s life was not peaches and cream. She struggled tremendously.
In 1990, Rowling first had the idea for Harry Potter. She stated that the idea came “fully formed” into her mind one day while she was on a train from Manchester to London. She began writing furiously. However, later that year, her mother died after 10 years of complications from Multiple Sclerosis.
In 1992 she moved to Portugal to teach English where she met a man, married, and had a daughter. In 1993, her marriage ended in divorce and she moved to Edinburgh, Scotland to be closer to her sister. At that time, she had three chapters of Harry Potterin her suitcase.
Rowling saw herself as a failure at this time. She was jobless, divorced, penniless, and with a dependent child. She suffered through bouts of depression, eventually signing up for government-assisted welfare. It was a difficult time in her life, but she pushed through the failures.
Today, Rowling has sold more than 400 million copies of her books, and is considered to be the most successful woman author in the United Kingdom. 
She once said : Some failure in life is inevitable. It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all—in which case, you fail by default.
Thinking of quitting? I dare you to give one more try! Activate Now the will to succeed. Don’t rest on your oars,  keep your eyes on the VISION. If not for anything or anyone but for YOURSELF! 

Remember with its people like us that succeed in life. 
To your success, 

Adedayo Olabamiji

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