In one way or the other, we all have our moments. There are times one feels down and motivational word seems to be the answer.

At the same time, when you feel things aren’t going the way you plan in life, words of motivation seems to key you back inline.

If you are conversant with motivational speakers, you will know they emphasis more on people being financially independent.

They often talk about the need to self employed ad maximizing your potentials. This has gotten popular Nollywood actor to speak up as he feels many are been mislead.

Femi Jacobs is of the opinion that not everybody would or should end up as an entrepreneur, which is mostly the message passed by public speakers.

In his words:  “Let’s not shame honest people who wake up daily to do honest work.

Let’s not breed entitlement in the name of enlightenment.

Let’s not negate character by raising a generation on HIGH MINDEDNESS.

I am in favor of RESIDUAL INCOME sources and the gospel of PERSONAL DREAMS.

But to say everyone MUST BE AN ENTREPRENEUR is to be practically insincere.

I am often sometimes tempted to tell some so called ENTREPRENEURS to go work for a while to even be able to understand what building a dream is like.

I know some incredible working class people who are inspiring and prosperous in the way they go about their jobs.

It’s not a crime to help someone build their dreams and be rewarded handsomely for it.

To those wonderful entrepreneurs who are creating jobs and raising dreams, I say well done.

And to those wonderful workers who go out daily to give a good account of their stewardship I say God bless. NO SHAME IN YOUR GAME.”