We've all been there. You leave the house after another fight with your significant other. You try to keep the fight out of your mind, but it hangs over your head, drawing your attention and emotional energy away from being present for the work tasks at hand. So, you do your best to compartmentalize, but your mind rebels, rehashing the conflict as soon as your concentration wavers.
Starting a business is a scary, exciting and thrilling process. A new business is so full of potential and possibility, and only you as the new CEO can make all of those dreams come to fruition. It is scary because if you fail, and you might, you will need to start all over again from scratch, one way or another.
Nana Ohene Adu is a biochemist who worked in the AngloGold Ashanti, Obuasi Mine for 20 years. She left the mine to start her own school to train young people to become good leaders.
She shares her journey from the mine back to the classroom.
Rev. Daniel Adabanka, a pastor and entrepreneur who is also the Chief Executive Officer of Adabanka farms has revealed that, one needs a minimum of GHc150,000 before he can rear 1000 chicks till they can lay eggs in 6 months time. He revealed this during the maiden interview of the Wundef Show which was hosted by Charles Wundengba.
A while back I was given a briefing book before one of my #Afripreneur town halls. It included some background on the moderator, called Fatima. In one interview, I read she had been asked: "If you could give your 18-year old self some advice, what would it be?"
Her answer was: "Take pride in and ownership of your unique gifts. There's great beauty in being different and great beauty in imperfection. It's okay and actually a wonderful thing not to think like the rest of the world."
Strive Masiyiwa (born 29 January 1961) is a Zimbabwean businessman, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. He is the founder and executive chairman of diversified international Telecommunications, Media and Technology...
Born in Ghana but having spent more than half of her entire life in the United Kingdom, Rhoda Agilinko is helping young students in the northern part of Ghana to be able to achieve success in their studies. This week on Game Changers, we are looking at the life of this young beautiful and kind hearted lady. I believe you will be inspired.