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Dr. Chomba Chuma

This has been one of the most enlightening 49 days in my life. 

It has created a good foundation to the habit of planning. Planning your day break down your bigger goals into smaller ones is the route to success.
I plan to set goals in the five key areas of my life so as to have a balanced wheel of life i.e. Financial, relationship, mind, spirit and body! All are important aspects of wealth and you cannot claim to be wealthy with a deficiency in any one of them.
I plan to keep away negative media influences that form such a major part of our lives. TV, newspapers, radio, and other forms of media is just a representation of someone's way of thinking!! If we are to gain control of our thinking and control of our lives, it is only prudent to ignore other people's opinions especially if they are not people you look up to as mentors or successful to your own understanding.
Being a professional (medical doctor) I have realized that education is one of the biggest deterrents to success! This might sound controversial! The more you become educated and specialized, the more you shut off your ability to open your mind to other things. You take comfort in your career and hide your ignorance (and arrogance) behind it. You become cocooned into a profession and the idea of making financial success is frowned upon!
I am glad I came to South Africa (although not by design!) from my home country Kenya, away from the influences of the masses, family and colleagues. This has helped me to become an independent thinker, seek the truth about life and success and above all learn to meet like minded people who can help me grow.

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