Moving Windmills

In 2002, William Kamkwamba’s family didn’t have enough money to pay for his monthly school fees. He was 14 years old. In his spare time, he knocked up a windmill, made from spare parts (a plastic pipe, bicycle wheel parts, and so on), using it to power a radio. Since that time, he has been exposed to many opportunities which will not only change his future, but, more importantly for he & his family, will provide business opportunities for many.



Watch this second video from TED, in June 2007:

What’s the TakeAway?

  • Don’t let your circumstances limit what you believe you can achieve
  • Believe that if you sow, you will reap
  • Know that there are many people around you, who, when they hear what marvels you are achieving, will be only too willing to help you achive your dreams.
  • DON’T GIVE UP!!!!!


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