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5 Ways to escape poverty as a man

There are 5 clear ways men can escape poverty, they include:

1. Get the right woman

Get a woman who will not only support your vision but will also push you to achieve more. A woman who will inspire you to work harder. He who finds a real woman finds a good thing and obtains favour and power to create wealth.

2. Know productive things

If you keep too much junk in your head, you get a junk life. Alot of men who are so sharp when you are talking about girls, about soccer and about street politics, who is rich who is not, who has a good house but you can’t bring a topic about investment, innovation and business, they start looking at their phones, yawning or saying bye. Useless things, videos and memes go viral fast than constructive things. A man must know how to do atleast one productive thing (have one skill) even without having gone to college.

3. Get connected to big men better than you

A lot of men are failing because they are not mentored. They don’t have anyone to whom they can sit down and listen, with obedience. In the old days, old men would sit young men down and show them how to hunt and kill animals and no man was considered a man enough until he has personally killed an animal. Men nowadays don’t have the privilege of mentorship. There are men out there who have made it in life, find a way to get mentored by big men who are making waves and impacting people in your community.

4. Work

Learn the value of work. Stop Spending your whole day just praying, fasting or complaining. The Bible says that God will bless the work of your hands not the words of your lips.Blessings will find you on your way doing something. Stop using Prayer as an excuse for laziness.

5. Kill the inheritance mentality

Most men lurk around counting on the sweats of their parents. There’s no harm in inheriting a heritage but time enough, big families falling and winding poor and ridden up with conflicts after the exit of their bearers is enough evidence that you can’t keep what you didn’t make. Build something of your own. An elder once said, ‘A man who drives his father’s car is not entitled to speak in a council of men who own bicycles.’

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