How to Build Anything Worthwhile that will Last

Building anything worthwhile requires a lot of hard work. Be willing to give time to building your life, relationships, children, family, career, business and even house.

Build with the right materials. Using substandard products to build is a disaster that will eventually happen.

So in everything build with love, patience, forgiveness, diligence and faith that it will all yield a good dividend… It will be worth your time.

How to Build and succeed

  • Spend time knowing more about what you have set out to build.
  • If it is marriage, read books and reach out to those who are succeeding at it.
  • If it is a career... Learn more about your job/business and keep learning.
  • Be prepared for the challenges that will definitely come while building. Make up your mind not to give up.
    Know when to change tactics but do not negotiate building with the best materials.
  • Build with honesty and integrity.
    Remember you don’t need to step on people or hurt them just because you are building.

Stop to lend a hand because you need people to help you build faster.

So what are you working on or building lately? How is it going? Share your little successes and discouragement. Thank you for sharing.

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Adebisi Adetunji (C)

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13 thoughts on “How to Build Anything Worthwhile that will Last

  1. This is great advice. Especially helping others, it always helps you. And not giving up but change your tactics, outstanding. I am working on being the best child of God I can be, being the person He wants me to be to be more precise. If I can do that then it will benefit me and everyone I meet. It’s the least I can do, considering all the blessing He has given me.

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