The Build Up is Worth Enjoying

All magnificent buildings and things are the results of well-defined and ongoing efforts.

Ogunranti Adebayo Moses
2 min readOct 19, 2021
photo credit to Owen Lystrup

I write because Seth Godin informed me that it gives me the chance to address one of the world’s problems.

As a result, my writing is constantly focused on innovation and how creativity may improve the average African’s future. It’s reassuring to know that hope is there in any situation where the possibility of change exists.

The only thing stopping Africa and the typical African from doing more is a lack of knowledge and smart actions.

Every successful civilization and any great empire is built on the foundation of these two criteria.

We are aware of the realities and the basic and higher principles that control the affairs of man and human civilization if we have enough knowledge.

We can make things that last for generations if we have enough knowledge, and we can have a dominion that lasts forever if we have enough information.
We must gain as much knowledge as possible.

It extends our lives by a number of years. It’s simple to write reality when we understand history. We don’t have to do the same thing every time, otherwise, we’ll keep rolling around in the same place and never make the progress we want.

Africans should not be hesitant to learn new things.

Similarly, if our huge empire of information isn’t backed up by appropriate action, it won’t be enough to reshape our physical realities. One that is consistent and full.

Our imagination is translated into reality through actions in the form of work, most of which are physical and have to do with the interaction of humans and objects. We can’t do much without taking action.

Countries are growing their economies today by developing computer software that makes daily life effective, sustainable, and efficient, employing knowledge and action.

When we build, we become members of our world’s creator community. They decide what happens between the time we are born and the time we die, in terms of experience. Build a strong foundation.



Ogunranti Adebayo Moses

I’m Moses. And I admire people and communities. Aside from the everyday startup development, writing is how I help more people.