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Excellence is not being the best; it is doing your best

By Prof Frederick Kasese

Strive for excellence in all that you do, not for the approval of others, but for the fulfillment of your own potential.

Push yourself beyond perceived limits, embrace challenges as opportunities to grow, and let your dedication be the spark that ignites greatness within you.

 Remember, excellence is not a destination but a continuous journey of self-improvement and relentless pursuit of your dreams.

Let your passion and commitment be the driving force behind every action you take, and watch as you inspire others to follow in your footsteps towards their own path of excellence.

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters.” Colossians 3:23

Blind is the mind that is closed to the light of understanding.

The blindness of the mind is the true darkness that eclipses our potential, rendering us incapable of seeing the boundless opportunities and beauty that surround us. It is a self-imposed limitation that shackles our creativity and hinders our growth.

However, amidst this darkness lies a glimmer of hope – the power to awaken our inner vision, to illuminate our thoughts with the light of understanding, wisdom and insight.

Only by casting aside the veil of ignorance can we truly embrace our full potential and step into the brilliance of our own minds. Embrace the light within, banish the shadows of doubt, and unleash the unbridled power of your mind to soar to new heights of understanding and in…

“Excuses are the shackles we place around our potential; liberate yourself, and witness how the world bows to your determination.”

Excuses are the barriers we create within ourselves, blocking the path to our greatness. They diminish our potential, erode our dreams, and limit our growth.

Take charge today, break free from excuses, and watch yourself soar to new heights of success and fulfillment. Your future self will thank you for the courage to push beyond limitations and embrace your true potential. Excuses will always be there for you, but opportunities won’t.

“Ah, Sovereign Lord,’ I said, ‘I do not know how to speak; I am too young.’ But the Lord said to me, ‘Do not say, ‘I am too young.’ You must go to everyone I send you to and say whatever I command you.'” Jeremiah 1:6-7 (NIV)

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