- A Twitter user has shared his success story online and has inspired almost everyone who sees it
- The young CEO of multiple businesses listed the names of his ventures in the post
- LU_Relentless also revealed that he has successfully bagged his degree in Exercise Science
Representation is a powerful mechanism in motivating the youth to aspire to be more than just gang leaders, and that is why LU_Relentless’s success story is worth highlighting.
In a recent post on social media, the young man with the Twitter handle, LU_Relentless, shared his success story.
LU_Relentless revealed in the post that he faced major setbacks when he set out to pursue his dreams.
According to the young man, even though the world said no to him, God had his back. He recognises God for his success story.
LU_Relentless’ post said:
"When the world said no, God thank you for saying YES!"
Sharing his journey of carrying into effect his task, he revealed that in spite of the herculean obstacles, he is now the President and Co-founder of Relentless LU CRU.
He also noted that he is a successful Vice President and Pageant Coordinator at Lamar Alphas and a Chaplain at Lamar Akpsi.
LU_Relentless also flooded his social media handle with inspiring images from his graduation ceremony announcing that he has bagged a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science.
The young black man who has certainly become a reflection of black youth brilliance is headed to the University of Houston Graduate School on a scholarship.
Briefly.co.za previously reported about a man who has taken to social media to share how he became an entrepreneur. Boet Joy Khulie shared his inspiring story on the #ImStaying Facebook page on Saturday.
He revealed he struggled to get a job for two years after graduating from varsity. The sad reality is that many suffer the same fate but Khulie decided not to sit and wait for an opportunity to land in his lap.
Instead he founded his own company and it has been going ever since.
His post read:
"Two years down the line after graduating and no luck of getting any job. I then decided to open a small restaurant that sell chips and kota. It started small and it's getting bigger and better every day. If you can't get employed, then employ yourself."
South Africans were inspired by his hustle and they applauded Khulie online.
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