J.Maine once said: “Without Goliath, David would have just remained a shepherd boy”.
The Olympic games is a stage in which fierce one-to-one battles are usually decided. Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake made history when they finished  first and second respectively in both the men’s 100m and 200m race in the 2012   London Olympics. Despite their palpable rivalry on the track, Bolt paid tribute to Blake as a training partner and quipped that, “over the years Blake has made me a better athlete and he has really pushed me and kept me on my toes to even work harder everyday and achieve better results”. It was therefore crystal clear that both spurred each other to achieve that sort of greatness on the track knowingly or unknowingly.
In the same vein as believers and achievers, we have the responsibility to encourage and uplift one another in our faith, professions and dreams. Sometimes our competitors, opponents and rivals are the ones who compel and HELP US to bring out the utmost best in ourselves and become the best we can ever possibly become.

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I am a Doctor of Pharmacy by profession, graduated from the University of Science and Technology in Ghana and the Author of the books IN BETWEEN MEN and POWER TO TURN. I just love to inspire, motivate and encourage people through the art of writing and public speaking .

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