Main Event; Once Upon A Time (Niccur)

Once upon a time in the cold frightening streets of Hong Kong, China there existed a young ambitious orphaned boy who was raised by the damned streets. He always had a vision of being a better living icon and role model to the people who have dreams. He had to drop out from school since his parents had passed and since he had no close relatives and was at a tender age he was raised by the streets. He knew that education is not everything but the only thing; even though skills are not only taught at school, they are also lessons one learns from the outside world of experiences. 

The guy was employed in a local carrefour where he mastered all the chores as a steward later to a barrister and some more experiences and decided to do some entrepreneurial project. He created an internet company that would cater in many services within his country and to a surprise that project was so successful than he ever imagined it would be. The project expectation was huge in growth despite the fact that he never knew anything about technology but the main secret was, “gathering very resourceful people into one channel then make them under supervision and they would achieve.” His dream was so successful that the internet exploration project catered in his country and he is now one of the most known rich entrepreneurs in his country and continent by extension.


DREAMS ARE NOT ONLY VALID IF WE SLEEP BUT WORKING HARD THEN GO TO SLEEP TO FIND THE DREAMS.

Here is Finnared’s Article, Clien Favour’s Article

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