This video by Arsenal announcing that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has signed a new deal is everything. The emotion, the story, the vision, the dream, all of it screams of a commitment by the Gabonese forward to up his game for the club for the next three years. One can only imagine the unbelievable impact he’d make this season and beyond.
A lot of Arsenal fans both Africans and non-Africans have expressed their excitement on social media using the hashtag #MyCaptain.
Aubameyang left Dortmund in 2018 to join Arsenal making him the most expensive Gabonese player of all time. In his first season, he won the Premier League Golden Boot (shared with Sadio Mané and Mohamed Salah). It was an all African affair.
Africans are doing well in diaspora?
It is apparent that Africans do well in other continent especially in areas like sports. It’s like crossing the seas makes it easy to do well; though we can’t say the same for everyone. The African must have great prowess and excellence to be recognised as the best on the world’s stage. Think about everyone you know is doing well outside Africa and you’ll find something unique about all of them.
Is the world your stage or just Africa?
Answering this question will help you put in the right amount of work to get the needed attention you desire.
To do well in this world you should remember to do the following;
- Think global.
- Put in the required amount of work.
- Create from a place of peace of mind.
- Don’t forget why you started.
- Remember you are not what you create.
Congratulations Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang!