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Every new day offers us an opportunity to make our lives better. But most people start way too late to invest in their future only to realize at a very late age that they have messed up.

That is why I wrote this Spanish book titled ABECEDARIO DEL EXITO PARA NINOS- meaning A to Z of Success for Children to help children to start very early in crafting a life of success. The book is structured in a way to give children the tools needed to create a beautiful future starting very young. It is on amazon.com, kindle store and bookstores worldwide.
If they start early to build a good life, they will definitely live a life of happiness, greatness and joy.

So my people, start now to create your future. Read that book, take that class, do that push-ups, sing that song, attend that college, write that book and stop wasting time.

Everyday is a new day with new hope that offers you great options to invest in your life. The time is now. Time is flying. Stop wasting time. Go out there and create the life you want. The universe will conspire to make it happen for you. The ball is in your court.

Until my next blog post, please stay safe, and send the link of this blog to people worldwide so that can benefit from my blog.

AZUKA ZUKE

I am Azuka Zuke~ Author of over 11 self-development books, International Speaker, Change Agent, Gratitude Promoter, Motivational Doctor, Smile Spreader, and Confidence Coach. Azuka is a disciple of the movement for positive change and gratitude. He immigrated from Nigeria, West Africa and is now an American Citizen. Azuka travels the world empowering people to live their dreams to the greatest capacity ever possible and to live a life of gratitude at all times. A Beverly Hills Book Award Winner, Azuka strongly believes in the American Dream which is still alive, strong and powerful. Azuka takes pride in living life happily with gratitude and deference to the Most High. He is a soccer enthusiast, and plays the beautiful game well. He plays golf as well. He writes self-development books.

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