Halala: Lady Told She'll Never Work at NASA, Bags Internship at Space Agency

Halala: Lady Told She'll Never Work at NASA, Bags Internship at Space Agency

- A woman recently headed online to share a post about being doubted by one of her classmates after she shared her dreams of working at popular space agency NASA

- According to the motivational Twitter post, despite being at the receiving end of doubt, she went on to become an intern at NASA where she gained ample experience

- The post absolutely blew up as many people loved to see how she proved her classmate wrong, a lot of them headed to the comment section where they shared kind words with her

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A beautiful and incredibly bright young woman recently headed online to motivate the world after sharing how a classmate of hers told her that she would never work at NASA something that has been a dream of hers.

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"I’ll NEVER forget when a boy in my high school chemistry class told me “You’ll never work at NASA” and laughed at me. That was the day I decided to become an engineer."
Halala: Lady Told She'll Never Work at NASA, Bags Internship at Space Agency
This young woman has made it against all odds. Images: @Hunt_Harriet
Source: Twitter

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The praises start rolling in

After reading about how the young lady was able to overcome being doubted by those closest to her, many Twitter users were left both highly motivated and super impressed by her determination. Many of them shared these thoughts in the comment section:

@Jmendezcarvajal said:

"My Physics professor in high school laughed at me when I said I wanted to become a Mechanical Engineer. He told me that I was not smart enough to be an engineer. Today, I’m the only PhD holder from that class. Even the top performers didn’t get a master's."

@SteelRunnings said:

"I’m with you, Harriet! In the 7th grade, I was told by a boy classmate that I would never get into the U.S. Naval Academy. I said to him, “Oh yea? Watch me!” And the rest is history."

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@HonFredrick said:

"Funny thing, in my school here in Africa, Nairobi, Kenya to be exact, my high school Deputy principal told me the same thing and added that I’m a pothead from the ghetto and will never amount to anything."

More women who have left us feeling motivated

Briefly News also reported that during her earlier childhood years, Goulooze never imagined she would ride in a plane one day. However, today she isn't just travelling in a plane, she is flying planes.

Many people are afraid of pursuing their dreams because of financial constraints. But where there is a will, there is always a way. Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them.

This famous sentiment by revered playwright, poet and author William Shakespeare in his play Twelfth Night, are best used to describe Gonda Goulooze, who is flying high in the skies.

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