Africa’s Queen Of Entertainment, Bonang Matheba Shares Some Wise Words

Africa's Queen Of Entertainment, Bonang Matheba Shares Some Wise Words

Africa’s Queen Of Entertainment, Bonang Matheba Shares Some Wise Words

Really, nothing is more beautiful than seeing a fellow black woman being so successful in what ever she is doing. Let’s bring it home, Bonang Matheba is a very beautiful African woman, who is from South Africa, apart from being a beauty pageant, she also is a Business woman and TV & radio personality.

She has recorded much success from being the host of the famous red carpet for E!, to being crowned the ambassador for Revlon South Africa, and then she also is a figure who loves mentoring and advising young South African girls. Indeed, Matheba can be a source of motivation for all of us because of her passion for empowerment of the black women.

We should not forget soon that she recently graced the front page of Destiny magazine, and below you can find the image.

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We have found some interesting words of of wisdom from the entertainer we all #MotherlandMogul should apply to our lives.

  • Cutting out the negativity

“I’ve had to cut out a few acquaintances after realizing that negative energy from people I associated myself with would weigh me down, letting go of such relations helped me focus on my career and self development.”

As popular American DJ Khaled would say, stay away from they. People of negative personalities can eat up your whole time and we all know that time is really money.

Just as they say, you are defined by those you choose to surround yourself with. For instance, if you keep yourself with Negative Nancies and Debbie Downers, you’d find out that you will become like them soon enough.

On the off chance that you need to be satisfied, effective, and profession centered, ensure you continually encircle yourself with individuals who are the equivalent.

  • Be anything you desire to be

“We live in a world where everyone has the ability to be whatever they wish to be no matter the circumstance or environment one comes from.”

Here and there we start letting openings or extraordinary thoughts we have go because of our past encounters or the circumstances that we are in.

Your fantasies are substantial.

Your conditions don’t characterize your future.

Never let go of an open door you have hope on. Never question yourself or let where you’ve originated from characterize you.

  • Clutch on your Confidence

“Always be confident in your skin and your capabilities. I can’t tell you how many times people have told me, “No, you can’t do this. No, you can’t do that,” but I always remained confident in myself.”

Try not to let a couple of no’s or disappointments discolor your certainty or confidence.

Bonang didn’t just reach over a million Twitter follows or become one of the most compelling individuals in Africa. She is neither a night’s success story  but an example of persevering and hardworking lady.

Bonang  was turned down in about 25 auditions before her first enormous break out at YFM radio, she tried out multiple times to be a moderator on Live Amp.

A few of us would have quit after the initial 3 dismissals however Bonang didn’t take no for an answer.

“Rise above, replace hate with love and pray, work hard, dress up and kill it.”

“You need to grow so hard and so thick and so strong to a point where it doesn’t matter what people think, you need to do what makes you happy.”

Let’s all emulate Bonang Matheba.

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