I was so full of optimism. I'd started my first job at MTN. I was young and happy and naive. Wow. How I've grown. This blog was meant to be a place to push myself to be better and later when I had my baby, a place she will one day find to see who her mother was. I've tried to be open as I can be (Of-course, there's a lot of self censoring, the world is harsh harsh place) but I've tried.It's amazing even for me to see this growth, from a meek little techie to this rockstar(I wish!) CEO.
Anyhow, like we do here;
Progress report numero ....(I forget, who's been counting?)
Tomorrow, I head to the Mecca of Technology. Not to tour mind you (even though I'll take even that) but to speak about all things African innovation at Rights Con. *Insert Scream*
|See proximity to Edward Snowden *faints*|
There after, I head to Y Combinator to attend their Female Founders Conference and hopefully meet one of the partners. *Passes out at this point*
I honestly can't describe the overwhelm......
|Me, right now.|
And now for depth; this past week, I met someone I've been emailing and meeting via Skype for a little under a year and the first thing he said to me was, you are very persistent. And then we met again the next day (I'm bugging him for certain deliverables) and he went, you are as persistent in real life as you are online. So if there's anything you can take away from this 6 year journey, It is to persist. In everything that you do, keep at it. One of my favorite quotes is;
“A river cuts through a rock not because of its power, but its persistence.”