Top 30 African proverbs on Success

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Africa is blessed with ancient wisdom and knowledge that is passed on from one generation to another. This Top 30 African Proverbs on Success as outlined by our team is full of energy that can inspire anyone who is willing to be successful in life.

When I was a child, my father usually gather us at every full Moon and would tell us stories about Africa, share some proverbs, and at the end we will share lessons learnt together.

Here are the Top 30 African proverbs on Success:

 

Top 30 African proverbs on Success

 

1. There are no shortcuts to the top of the palm tree. ~ Cameroonian Proverb

2. Do not allow the belly to make you useless. ~ Maasai Proverb

3. No matter how full the river is, it still wants to grow. ~ Congolese Proverb

4. Rising early makes the road short. ~ African Proverb

5. The elephant does not limp when walking on thorns. ~ Ethiopian Proverb

6. The chameleon looks in all directions before moving ~ Ugandan Proverb

7. Little by little the bird builds its nest. ~ Nigerian Proverb

8. He who does not seize opportunity today, will be unable to seize tomorrow’s opportunity. ~ Somali Proverb

9. The chameleon changes color to match the earth, the earth doesn’t change colors to match the chameleon. ~ Senegalese Proverb

10. You cannot climb to the mountain top without crushing some weeds with your feet ~ Ugandan Proverb

11. Prepare now for the solutions of tomorrow. ~ Congolese Proverb

12. Live patiently in the world know that those who hate you are more numerous than those who love you. ~ African Proverb

13. We should put out fire while it is still small. ~ Kenyan Proverb

14. No person is born great great people become great when others are sleeping. ~ African Proverb

15. If while climbing a tree you insist on going beyond the top, the earth will be waiting for you. ~ African Proverb

16. Glory does not come by calling. ~ Kenyan Proverb

17. A tree does not move unless there is wind. ~ Nigerian Proverb

18. We are what our thinking makes us. ~ Nigerian Proverb

19. Copying everyone else all the time, the monkey one day cut his throat. ~ Zulu Proverb

20. Every door has its own key. ~ Kenyan Proverb

21. Fear no forest because it is dense. ~ African Proverb

22. Every fame has a foundation. ~ African Proverb

23. Supposing doesn’t fill the grain basket ‘if’ doesn’t fill the larder. ~ Ovambo Proverb

24. Only a medicine man gets rich by sleeping. ~ Kenyan Proverb

25.Hope does not disappoint. ~South African Proverb

26. A little rain each day will fill the rivers to overflowing. ~African Proverb from Madagascar

27. Gold should be sold to the one who knows the value of it. ~ African Proverb

28. The growing millet does not fear the sun. ~ Acholi Proverb

29. Wealth is like hair in the nose: it hurts to be separated whether from a little or from a lot. ~ Malagasy Proverb

30.The key to a healthy body is a good head. ~ Somali Proverb


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