Hustle Goals: Man,22, Who Worked In Candle Factory Now Owns His Own

Hustle Goals: Man,22, Who Worked In Candle Factory Now Owns His Own

- A young man has received high praises from locals after the story of his success was shared online

- In the post, the author explains how the bright and innovative young man went from working in a candle factory to starting his own candle manufacturing company

- Many people absolutely loved it and were soon taking to the comment section to pledge their support for him

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The aim is to always follow your bliss and to pick up tips, tricks, and skills while you're at it. A young man, Makatu Tshivhula, recently turned his experience as a candle factory worker into a way to kickstart his own successful candle business.

Hustle Goals: Man,22, Who Worked In Candle Factory Now Owns His Own
This young man is chasing success. Images: @Kasieconomy
Source: Twitter
"From working at a candle manufacturing factory to owning one. Meet Makatu Tshivhula (22) from Soweto, the owner of @LightCandlesZA, a company that manufactures and sells premium quality household candles, scented candles, pillar candles, and everything candle related," @kasieconomy explained in a post.

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South Africans could not be more motivated and were soon in the comment section either complimenting his work or promising to support his company. Read a few of their thoughtful comments below:

@ofentsegabashan asked:

"Where in Soweto? I’m going to buy from him."

@PhxKx said:

"if you're a hustler, the only thing u should be using them for is learning a skill and using the salary to save or invest to start your own thing."

@tkmorodi said:

"Lovely"

@stewart_pimboy said:

"This is Great❤"

@Tsholo_D_ said:

"Can we get a price list"

@kurisayn said:

"Definitely going to give them a try."

@mostlikelykukie said:

"He is the best in the game"

In similar inspiring Briefly News reports, a young lady has exhibited that there is dignity in labour and she is not ashamed of the job that puts food on her table. The lady identified as Henrietta Henry shared on Linkedln that she is a shoemaker.

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Henrietta who had in previous posts on the platform referred to herself as a shoe surgeon said she makes corporate designer shoes. The entrepreneur added that she is also in the business of crafting belts, wallets and palm slippers for men. The hardworking lady shared a photo of herself in action.

"A genuine leather with your preferred colors and sizes. I plead to everyone to patronize me. Please kindly #share if you see this."

A look at her Linkedln wall showed she has a growing clientele and has a reputation of a kind as customers who have patronized her always return with good news.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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