Elizato has made a significant statement to motivate his followers and Ghanaians. He said"Don't be a parrot in life, be an eagle because a parrot talks too much and can not fly high but an eagle is silent and has the power to fly and touch the sky. He continues that when you want to be successful in life you have to learn to keep quiet about the things you do.
Making a lot of noise about your plan won't make you successful in life. Sometimes your plans will always fail when you make a lot of noise. You have to learn to hustle in silence and let your success makes the noise at the end. The eagle has the ability and power to fly very high but it doesn't talk as the parrot does. This life is full of surprises so you have to be careful about how you talk to people about your plans. Too much talking doesn't make you successful but rather it exposes your plans or sometimes your secret in life. Try to be silent and work harder that will help you achieve greater things in life. Be like an eagle in life and you will be powerful in your life.
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