ENCA Journalist Aldrin Sampear Shares A Photo Of His Home Eleven Years After Following His Dream. We have witnessed many celebrities live the lives that they have always dreamed of, especially coming from a disadvantaged background. ENCA journalist Aldrin Sampear is a living testament of how hard work pays of after sharing a photo of his old home on social media.
Taking to twitter, Sampear took a long walk down memory lane to exactly eleven years ago before he embarked on his dream journey. Aldrin shared how he took a huge risk by starting his dream career of being a news reader, meaning a R1000 salary per month which cut his original income by a whopping 60 %.
Sampear shared a picture of his home 11 years before he followed his dream of journalism and how his life has since improved for the better. His mother encouraged him to follow his dream, and thankfully he has reaped the rewards of working hard to achieve your dream
“I took a HUGE risk when chasing my dream meant losing 60% of my salary. My dream only promised R1000 a month. I wanted to read news. This was home (pic 1) when my mom encouraged me to chase my dream. 11yrs later, this is now home (pic 2)” he wrote.