These Success Stories From Trinidad and Tobago Shows The Power of IMAGINATION

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Albert said “Imagination is more important than knowledge”. When I look back on my life, maybe I could have achieved more if I had simply followed my childhood dreams.

As a teenager, I was always dreaming about a lot of things, it seems my imagination had no limits. Some of my dreams included, owning a bakery because of my love for hard dough bread, an airline pilot and owning a two storey house.

Today although I don’t consider myself a failure, I haven’t attain any of those dreams. My excuse as an adult was that I should shortened my sights somewhat and I decided that education was the “KEY”.

But after watching the video below, I think I may have missed an opportunity to achieve more.

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Kwame Samuels

Kwame Samuels was born and raised in Negril Jamaica. He currently resides in Toronto Canada where he works fulltime in the field of market research. Kwame is a avid soccer fan and listen to Roots Reggae everyday

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