It was after reading the book, “The Four Year Career” by Richard ‘Bliss’ Brooke that I understood what the author meant by the perfect career.
I sometimes get teary over how my father passed after working dedicatedly for 20+ years as a civil servant and retired to a pension of ten thousand naira.
There were days he returned complaining after standing in line for hours.
He was at a time the chief conservator of forestry under the Ministry of Agriculture in the defunct Bendel State.
He had his master’s degree in forestry from the prestigious Oxford University.
It was the ‘boom’ days of Nigeria.
I remember vividly the day he asked to be returned home from Lagos while nursing an ailment that refused to be remedied.
My dad was a good man.
He gave us his best.
The physical and financial drain on his children from series of tests and medications was telling.
He sensed it.
It was the same week we carried him home that he slept and never saw the light of day.
He was 78 years.
Too many of us are still walking the same path.
We have been positioned to simply recycle the errors of yesterday.
There is a prophetic picture in Proverbs 13:22a.
It says, “A good man leaves an inheritance for his children’s children.”
Most generational curses are not more than poor generational choices.
Don’t forget, He’s the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
It is to the second and third generation.
Are you ready to compress time and retire rich?
Let me show you this S.Y.S.T.E.M.