- A strong and independent Mzansi lady believed in herself even when she felt like she was never going to win
- Social media user @Ibukunxo got an incredible job, which she explained came after many struggles and hard times
- The people of Twitter let the beautiful woman know that she is an inspiration and deserves every blessing
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Sometimes you just need to push one more time for things to fall into place. An inspirational woman shared her struggle story and how persevering led her to her dream job.
Many of us give up just before change is about to take place. The key to success is believing in yourself and knowing change will come, even if it seems like it never will.
Persevering and knowing she was worthy is what got this stunner a job that pays almost double what her last job did. She gave all the glory to God!
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“I got the job after applying for roles that seemed completely out of my reach to transition from a tech company to an IB, I got a job at a Multinational Investment Bank! In a role that’s almost double my previous salary. Not by my own strength but by God’s favour upon my life.”
Social media users shower the honey with messages of congratulations
Seeing how humble and proud the lady is left many showering her with love, praise and endless blessings. Messages of congratulations flooded the comment section and @Ibukunxo was overcome with emotion.
Take a look at some of the comments:
“Congratulations! God is good.”
“Congratulations, lovely, wishing you all the best in this new chapter!”
“Congratulations, God will continue to help you.”
Bravery and faith: Woman takes a chance and it pays off, gets a permanent job
In related news, Briefly News reported that one brave South African woman is a living testament that having faith and taking risks could open doors for you. @_Mamthii says she took huge risks when she quit her job, travelled to Gauteng and signed a six-month contract.
The bubbly woman says the contract was set to expire at the end of this month but she is now a permanent employee with an unnamed “amazing” company.
Despite not giving all the details about the nature of her job, it is evident that she did well to impress her bosses but also credited God.
Source: Briefly News