There's a post making rounds on the social media streets whereby it is revealed that Pick N Pay founder, Raymond Ackerman, first used to work at Checkers but was fired after he failed to execute a direct order from the chairman at that time.
As you can see from above, if Mr Akerman was never fired from his position as Managing Director of Checkers, we would have never had Pick N Pay as one of the the leading retailers in the country.
So this basically shows that everything happens for a reason, whatever is happening in your life, whether good or bad, is preparing you for something even much better. So all you gotta do is continue to believe that one day it will happen, no matter how long it takes.
This story truly shows that sometimes when we go through negative emotions, we become so consumed in that space that we fail to see the bigger picture.
This story proves that getting fired from your job is not the worst thing to happen in the world. After getting fired, your energy towards life needs to be redirected.
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