“Nobody Owes You Anything Other Than What You Worked For” Yul Edochie To Entitled People
According to the presidential candidate, a sense of entitlement is a significant turnoff for a giver to someone in need, especially when words like “I know you can do it for me” are used during the request.
Yul Edochie wrote in an Instagram post:
“In this world, the only thing you are entitled to is what you have worked for. So, whenever you ask for assistance, always use the word “please.” Nothing is owed to you. And never say to somebody, “I know you can do it for me,” because you have no knowledge of other people’s life. Forget about what you see on social media; individuals just show you what they want you to see. You have no idea what happens next. Best wishes. Edochie, Yul.”