“Money won’t create success, the freedom to make it will.“

Nelson Mandela

Good morning peeps, meditation done. Quote for the Day:

“Money won’t create success, the freedom to make it will.“

Nelson Mandela

In the world we live in today it is easy to place too much emphasis on money and many people seem to have become obsessed by it.

I had an amazing weekend in the sun catching up with my friends of over 20 years and it was lovely to have so much fun together without having to spend a fortune to do it.

The best things in life really are free.

The only negative thing about my weekend were the actions of a very close friend who means the world to me, but is going through a very tough and troubled time and as much as I have been there for them, they felt the need to take their own frustrations out on me.

This can often happen that when you are very close to someone you can tend to take your own frustrations out on them, which can be extremely hurtful for the person on the receiving end.

As much as I tried not to be I was affected by their hurtful actions and abusive words and yesterday I spent a lot of time walking and thinking things through which was inspired by reading yesterday’s quote when I woke up,

“All walking is discovery. On foot we take the time to see things whole.”

By Hal Borland

I did not feel like writing yesterday, I just felt like walking and thinking.

I am starting an exciting new chapter of my life and stage of my career and I needed to think things through clearly and carefully as I have some major decisions to make about where I am going to do what I am going to do and the people I need around me to help me reach my own goals and fulfill my own dreams.

Yesterday was a beautiful day to walk and London is a beautiful city to walk in and really helped me see things clearly and rationally.

Today’s quote,

“Money won’t create success, the freedom to make it will.“

By Nelson Mandela is again very appropriate in regards to the opportunities I have set up for myself after being back in London exactly a year and yesterday felt like my own version of “The Long Walk to Freedom” the autographical work written by Nelson Mandela himself.

The book profiles his early life, coming of age, education and 27 years in prison. Under the apartheid government, Mandela was regarded as a terrorist and jailed on the infamous Robben Island for his role as a leader of the then-outlawed ANC. He has since achieved international recognition for his leadership as president in rebuilding the country’s once segregated society. The last chapters of the book describe his political ascension, and his belief that the struggle continues against apartheid in South Africa.

I cannot recommend the book and walking highly enough for both your physical health and clarity of mind the conclusion of my walk and thoughts were that I am blessed to be surrounded by so many positive people who love and respect me through good and bad times and that I am blessed to be able to do what I love for a living and at the same time help as many people as possible live happier, healthier lives.

Have a tremendous Tuesday peeps, live the life you want to and surround yourself with positive people who love and respect you and won’t try and put you down with their own negativity.

Breathe, Believe and Achieve


Be Happy, Healthy and Wise

Keep on Winning, Smiling and Living the Dream


Steve Agyei

Founder of Beyond Lifestyle Secrets

Author of Celebrity Training Secrets