One of our greatest gems on the continent is our human resource. The continent holds many innovative, creative and talented individuals who should be propelling our continent forward and being competitive with some of our Eastern & Western counterparts.
With the challenge of access to quality education, lack of nutrition for some, illiterate parents, our culture and indoctrinated religious beliefs, many fall short of being able to tap into, let alone reach their potential.
“The biggest challenge is that people don't see themselves as the problem, but rather the government and everybody else. This, in turn, causes resentment, anger, disrespect and an 'everybody for themselves' attitude.” states Ms. Nadia Takyiwaa-Mensah, author of the newly self-published book How to Get Ahead in Ghana.
Ms. Nadia Takyiwaa-Mensah is a British-born Ghanaian who after a spiritual calling, moved to Ghana in 2010 and has successfully established two businesses (Sixth Sense and Sai Wine Café in the 10 years she has been here.
On 1st January 2020, Ms. Nadia self-published her first book How to Get Ahead in Ghana which is made up of 10 steps that people can take to be able to get on their way to being a better version of themselves. Acknowledging and understanding that the change needs to start and come from within is definitely the first step one needs to take in order for one to be able to appreciate the book and be able to apply it to their lives.
Each step has an action point placed at the end of the chapter to allow readers to take their time and think about what they have read and assessed the best way to apply the step to their life. How to Get Ahead in Ghana is a 86 page book, with a regular-sized font making it easy for readers to digest and finish.
How to Get Ahead in Ghana takes into consideration our environment and cultural nuances allowing readers to relate and comfortably apply.
Ms. Nadia Takyiwaa-Mensah states “There is really a thin line for people to go from a limited mindset and place in life to absolute greatness and I pray the book can contribute to their greatness.”
For more information on How to Get Ahead in Ghana visit Nadia Takyiwaa-Mensah’s Facebook page.
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