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Life Is Not A Competition, You’re Not Too Late Or Too Early – Delay Advises Youths



Media personality and entrepreneur Deloris Frimpong Manso, well known as Delay has shared a piece of advice to the youth about the race of life.

Delay has taken to her page to advise people to desist from allowing what they see on the internet to rush them into the race of life. She emphasized that life is not a competition or a race.

Delay shared this piece of advice a few hours after the news of socialite Hajia4Real was reportedly jailed 10 years in prison and would be extradited to the UK to serve her jail term. it was also reported that the US authorities might confiscate the properties of Hajia4Real after the trial.

Delay sharing her two cents of advice to the youth on her Instagram page. She wrote;

“Guys, don’t let the internet rush you oooooo!!!!!

Life is not a competition!!!
Life is working for you in your own time zone.

You’re not too late or too early.

New York is three hours ahead of California, but that doesn’t make California slow. Someone graduated at the age of 22 but waited five years before securing a good job.

Someone became a CEO at 25 and died at 50. While another became a CEO at 50 and lived to 90 years. Someone is still single, While someone else got married.

Obama retired at 55, and Trump started at 70.

People around you might seem to be ahead of you, and some might seem to be behind you.

But everyone is running their own race, in their own time.

Life is about waiting for the right moment to act.

You are very much on time.

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