Poku Hammond is a Life Coach and the Founder of Young and Wise GH. His group organises the annual Divine Intimacy, Fruitful Vine and Obuasi Must Work Conferences. Listen to his story in this interesting interview on the Wundef Show.
Debts can easily make one fall from any level of financial freedom into poverty. No matter the salary you receive, the investors you have and how established your business is, loans can make you pay all your profit as interest to someone or a bank. Here are four ways that could help you escape the debt trap and make it into financial freedom.
Being a talkative may have serious negative implications if for example, you are a leader or aspiring to be one. You may end up losing the trust of your followers if you also have a loose tongue which mostly easily comes along with your talkative nature. You will easily make friends but might easily lose them too. Your friends might not take you serious because you usually make jokes and create fun so they double-check whatever you say with a third person before they believe you. Some might even decide to ignore advice you give them if you always joke with everything. Talkatives are prone to make mistakes and give inaccurate facts or event narration.
Let’s look at 5 things you can do to turn your talkative nature into strength capable of pushing you to the front of the row.
His name is Baah the Artist, a Ghanaian based in Accra. I was amazed when I saw how he does his art. This is a full video of him drawing Pan-Africanist and First President of Ghana, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. Watch it too and lets know what you think.
In the first video, we look into his education and work at the mine.
In this second part of the interview, we delved into his work as a minister of state, the challenges he encountered and how he managed them.