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Julius Yego. A case of anything is achievable?


Date Posted: 8/18/2013 9:40:24 AM

Posted By: wameyo99  Membership Level: Silver  Total Points: 345

I have been keenly following the ongoing sporting activities being held in Moscow, and as a Kenyan am definitely applauding our athletes. But one athlete who has me mesmerized is the 'youtube man' : Julius Yego. He participated in the Javelin throw and emerged fourth overall. What a great feat in the Kenyan history of Javelin throwing! How can a man learn his trade from the internet and become so successful? Isn't that an example of sheer genius, my friends?

What then can we not achieve if we put our mind, body and soul into it?

The above example just shows what we, as human beings are capable of doing. Are you passionate about writing? Do you want to be the greatest writer on planet earth? If yes, then what are you waiting for. Ok. I can hear a few cries of, "I lack journalism skills...", "My English is not perfect...", and very other many excuses that I need not mention. But aren't there good books out there that you can buy and read? Isn't the Internet full of good literature that can make you a better writer? You will all agree with me that there is no excuse that should prevent you from excelling in what you have set your mind to do. Nothing at all.

Just to go back to Julius Yego, he has shown us that we can achieve anything that we want to achieve, if we just focus on it. I guess he was very passionate about Javelin from his schooling days and he didn't let anything deter him from achieving his dreams. Not even the lack of a "physical" trainer; because there was "YouTube" to steer him to greater heights.

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