Achievers Wisdom with Balogun M. Adewale: Be Careful of Dream Killers

 “If nobody believes you, you better don’t believe it, 99% of them are there to kill your dream” –Balogun M. Adewale

I have more friends today than I have in the past. When things are going wrong, when you are failing, they don’t have to advise for you, the moment you are coming back on track, losers know best. Israelmore Ayivor advised you “Fire False Friends as early as possible. Do it before they dig out the dream seeds you've planted! The earlier, the better; the quicker, the safer!” He also thinks “A good friend will help you to discover the potentials you haven't uncovered. A bad friend will help you to cover up the potentials you have already recovered. Make your choice!”





Your dream might not be perfect, but bigger than those who think you don’t measure up to achieve it. Jaha Knight believes “Your dreams and goals are bigger than small-minded people or the fears that they harbour. Don’t let their ocean of fear trap you in the undertow.” If you find yourself in this situation I advise you find somewhere they think the dream is too small for your potentials. People who want you for goodwill set goals bigger than you and motivate you to achieve it. Telling you, you can do it!

Don’t be the killer of your dream! “Excuse is the first enemy that dwells inside us and kills our dreams” – Din. People see and believe what you think about yourself, think right! Think positive! Remember, if you think you can or you can’t, so it is. When people attempt to kill your dream, you can revive it, but if you are the culprit who will resurrect it.





If you are convinced about your vision, go to work it out. Don’t give up, even in the face of uncertainty. Believe me; you can succeed if no one believes in you, but not if you doubt yourself.

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