Many successful people in life started from a humble beginning to make them to be where they are now, some even started their lives in a different field from what they are doing now, what is important in this life is to forcus in your dreams and also to be patient until the correct time comes.
A famous Kenyan actor by the name Nyambu,who plays a character of depressed woman in a "Ithaga riene" a show aired by Inooro TV every Friday from 8:30pm to 9pm,is a good example of a person who started his real life from a humble beginning.
Nyambu was a small business woman in Nakuru town where she was selling second hand clothes in Nakuru market,she says that these business was not good because the demand was very low,so she had no option but to leave that job.
In the same town,she started a beauty shop where she was selling cosmetics,her customers were mostly women. She said that she even sold some harmful cosmetics due to their high demand, these products could even kill melanin cell in the skin (these cells are the one which gives the skin it's colour And protect it from ultra Violet ray which may bring skin cancer).
After some times,her friend finds her another job Nairobi where she interacted with some actors later she joined acting industry then to Inooro TV.
Now she lives a good life despite of her humble beginning in different fields.
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