- A 20-year-old woman, @NiaTheLocGod, has taken to Twitter to share a picture of the warehouse she purchased for her hair product business
-The post that was captioned, "From a bedroom to a warehouse" received over 100 000 reactions from Twitter folk who congratulated Nia on her success
- Nia also mentions how her warehouse has reached nearly full capacity in only six weeks since her purchase
What could be better than starting off your week with a bit of #MondayMotivation? Not much honestly.
Even better than that, here to inspire us this week, is a young black woman doing the things to make a name for herself in a world that sometimes seems to be hellbent at stopping stories like hers from becoming a reality for many.
@NiaLocGod recently took to Twitter to share some pictures of her business glow up - from where it all began, in her bedroom, to a nearly packed to its capacity, warehouse. All of this at only twenty years old. What a flex.
See her tweet below.
READ ALSO: Somizi Mhlongo’s spicy photo has tongues wagging on social media
Her tweet was as expected, met with thousands of likes, comments, and retweets from people who were left not only impressed but also inspired by her drive, ambition, and determination to make a success of herself.
While most comments were congratulatory messages to the young black queen, others had many questions about her product - a natural black hair remedy. The post also seemed to serve as a platform for other young business owners to advertise their own ventures.
Read some of the comments below.
"Girl you made me just pull out my notebook and update my goals and aspirations board !! Making sure i keep up with myself! Bless you and your success."
"Man I love seeing stuff like this..keep prospering."
While @miwliney had this to say:
"i don't know you but i think you deserve this! congrats!."
In other Briefly.co.za news, a young black man has become the youngest judge in Pennsylvania. Hanif Johnson proved to the world that nothing is impossible for those who set out to achieve success in life - the black man became the true definition of black excellence when he was elected judge at the age of 27.
Hanif became the youngest elected judge in the State of Pennsylvania after winning the magisterial seat. As a student at Penn State University, the young man was also charged with assault in connection with a hazing allegation that earned him three weeks in jail.
Although Johnson was not found guilty of the most serious charges, a judge still handed him two summary harassment charges. After he won the case, he was set free and determined to make a success of himself, which he did.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!