Nothing Is Permanent In This Life, Don’t Stress Yourself – Delay Advises

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In a world of desperation, indecisiveness, hunger and commotion, the only way to survive is to be the fittest.

In an Instagram post, TV personality, entrepreneur and now motivational speaker, Deloris Frimpong Manso aka Delay has advised the youth not to stress themselves too much as everything in this world has an expiry date.

She advised that , bad situations are bound to change for the better with time hence no need over stressing or over thinking.

The stress of this life can force people to engage in illegal acts they end up regretting but the most important thing is to keep on moving despite everything.

As an entrepreneur, Delay has probably faced a lot of challenges especially during this Covid-19 era and perhaps her advice is coming from her own experience.

Anyway, see her post below;

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