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Distraction is an instrument the enemy uses to limit you in the journey of greatness.

Continuity and consistency is your un-resisting weapon of defence: A man of determination is capable of doing the unimaginable” – Temitayo Abudu

According to an offline dictionary, continuity simply means lack of interruption or disconnection. It is the quality of being continuous in space and time.

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No one ever gets to the pinnacle of their career by getting distracted along the way. You must at all time be equipped to withstand any form of distractions on your way towards achieving your desired goals in life.

The world will not cherish any talent, gift or idea that does not consistently improve. Keep doing what you know how to do best, engage in regular practice, seek knowledge and never be discouraged by the noise of the world, rather be motivated to make news out of the circumstances you are surrounded with.

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Once you have been able to discover what you know how to do and that which gives you joy, ensure you never relent in your quest to become whom you are destined to be.

On your way to the top, distraction will come in different, either through challenges or complacencies. In the face of adversity, it is necessary to remain focus as continuity is key to achieving greatness.

It is a known fact that life is not a bed of roses, challenges will arise. When it does, your zeal and doggedness will be of great use in overcoming it.

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Dear reader, great men have known great pain, if you do not permit your temporary pain to distract you from reaching your permanent destination of victory, then you can become a force to reckon with in your generation.

I therefore beseech you to keep moving, keep learning and keep pushing. Sooner than later, you shall get to the top, and your life will be an epitome of greatness worthy of emulation.

Thank you for reading through.

Author: Temitayo Abudu

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