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  • “OPEN UP YOUR MINDS, DON’T GET GLUED TO YOUR NARROW INTEREST”

    A former Minister of State, Hon. Kojo Yankah has advised students and graduates to be open-minded in their pursuit for success in life. He made the call at a seminar dubbed “Sharpening your Life for Success and Leadership” organized and held at the campus of African University College of Communications (AUCC), Adabraka, Accra.

    The seminar which aimed at equipping the final year students of AUCC with the requisite knowledge and skills before they venture into the world business.

    In his delivery, Mr. Yankah advised participants to be mindful of their actions today because it has the tendency to mar their tomorrow. “What you are doing today will be reflected in a mirror tomorrow” he said. He explained that in years to come, whiles some will blame their predicaments on what they will describe as inadequate infrastructure, poor lecturer/student relationship, others will be climbing the ladder of success. He further told them to consider how each of them would want to be remembered for and also urged them to be mindful of what he calls “the little things”.

    The former lawmaker who is also the founder of AUCC took the opportunity to debunk the assertion that “life is too short” saying, the cliché does not encourage the youth to work harder. He charged participants to be mindful of time management. He asked them to respect time stating that “You lose glorious opportunities if you are not time conscious”. The former Minister of state tasked all to invest their time in profitable ventures and not just spend or waste them.

    Mr. Yankah took participants through topics like time management, everyday qualities and skills needed, and life planning.

    The seminar was the first in series of two and was heavily attended by students from both School of Communications Studies and the Sam E. Jonah School of Business. In attendance was the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright and Prof. Margaret Crabbe, Dean Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

  • “OPEN UP YOUR MINDS, DON’T GET GLUED TO YOUR NARROW INTEREST”

    A former Minister of State, Hon. Kojo Yankah has advised students and graduates to be open-minded in their pursuit for success in life. He made the call at a seminar dubbed “Sharpening your Life for Success and Leadership” organized and held at the campus of African University College of Communications (AUCC), Adabraka, Accra.

    The seminar which aimed at equipping the final year students of AUCC with the requisite knowledge and skills before they venture into the world business.

    In his delivery, Mr. Yankah advised participants to be mindful of their actions today because it has the tendency to mar their tomorrow. “What you are doing today will be reflected in a mirror tomorrow” he said. He explained that in years to come, whiles some will blame their predicaments on what they will describe as inadequate infrastructure, poor lecturer/student relationship, others will be climbing the ladder of success. He further told them to consider how each of them would want to be remembered for and also urged them to be mindful of what he calls “the little things”.

    The former lawmaker who is also the founder of AUCC took the opportunity to debunk the assertion that “life is too short” saying, the cliché does not encourage the youth to work harder. He charged participants to be mindful of time management. He asked them to respect time stating that “You lose glorious opportunities if you are not time conscious”. The former Minister of state tasked all to invest their time in profitable ventures and not just spend or waste them.

    Mr. Yankah took participants through topics like time management, everyday qualities and skills needed, and life planning.

    The seminar was the first in series of two and was heavily attended by students from both School of Communications Studies and the Sam E. Jonah School of Business. In attendance was the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright and Prof. Margaret Crabbe, Dean Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

  • “OPEN UP YOUR MINDS, DON’T GET GLUED TO YOUR NARROW INTEREST”

    A former Minister of State, Hon. Kojo Yankah has advised students and graduates to be open-minded in their pursuit for success in life. He made the call at a seminar dubbed “Sharpening your Life for Success and Leadership” organized and held at the campus of African University College of Communications (AUCC), Adabraka, Accra.

    The seminar which aimed at equipping the final year students of AUCC with the requisite knowledge and skills before they venture into the world business.

    In his delivery, Mr. Yankah advised participants to be mindful of their actions today because it has the tendency to mar their tomorrow. “What you are doing today will be reflected in a mirror tomorrow” he said. He explained that in years to come, whiles some will blame their predicaments on what they will describe as inadequate infrastructure, poor lecturer/student relationship, others will be climbing the ladder of success. He further told them to consider how each of them would want to be remembered for and also urged them to be mindful of what he calls “the little things”.

    The former lawmaker who is also the founder of AUCC took the opportunity to debunk the assertion that “life is too short” saying, the cliché does not encourage the youth to work harder. He charged participants to be mindful of time management. He asked them to respect time stating that “You lose glorious opportunities if you are not time conscious”. The former Minister of state tasked all to invest their time in profitable ventures and not just spend or waste them.

    Mr. Yankah took participants through topics like time management, everyday qualities and skills needed, and life planning.

    The seminar was the first in series of two and was heavily attended by students from both School of Communications Studies and the Sam E. Jonah School of Business. In attendance was the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright and Prof. Margaret Crabbe, Dean Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

  • “OPEN UP YOUR MINDS, DON’T GET GLUED TO YOUR NARROW INTEREST”

    A former Minister of State, Hon. Kojo Yankah has advised students and graduates to be open-minded in their pursuit for success in life. He made the call at a seminar dubbed “Sharpening your Life for Success and Leadership” organized and held at the campus of African University College of Communications (AUCC), Adabraka, Accra.

    The seminar which aimed at equipping the final year students of AUCC with the requisite knowledge and skills before they venture into the world business.

    In his delivery, Mr. Yankah advised participants to be mindful of their actions today because it has the tendency to mar their tomorrow. “What you are doing today will be reflected in a mirror tomorrow” he said. He explained that in years to come, whiles some will blame their predicaments on what they will describe as inadequate infrastructure, poor lecturer/student relationship, others will be climbing the ladder of success. He further told them to consider how each of them would want to be remembered for and also urged them to be mindful of what he calls “the little things”.

    The former lawmaker who is also the founder of AUCC took the opportunity to debunk the assertion that “life is too short” saying, the cliché does not encourage the youth to work harder. He charged participants to be mindful of time management. He asked them to respect time stating that “You lose glorious opportunities if you are not time conscious”. The former Minister of state tasked all to invest their time in profitable ventures and not just spend or waste them.

    Mr. Yankah took participants through topics like time management, everyday qualities and skills needed, and life planning.

    The seminar was the first in series of two and was heavily attended by students from both School of Communications Studies and the Sam E. Jonah School of Business. In attendance was the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright and Prof. Margaret Crabbe, Dean Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

  • “OPEN UP YOUR MINDS, DON’T GET GLUED TO YOUR NARROW INTEREST”

    A former Minister of State, Hon. Kojo Yankah has advised students and graduates to be open-minded in their pursuit for success in life. He made the call at a seminar dubbed “Sharpening your Life for Success and Leadership” organized and held at the campus of African University College of Communications (AUCC), Adabraka, Accra.

    The seminar which aimed at equipping the final year students of AUCC with the requisite knowledge and skills before they venture into the world business.

    In his delivery, Mr. Yankah advised participants to be mindful of their actions today because it has the tendency to mar their tomorrow. “What you are doing today will be reflected in a mirror tomorrow” he said. He explained that in years to come, whiles some will blame their predicaments on what they will describe as inadequate infrastructure, poor lecturer/student relationship, others will be climbing the ladder of success. He further told them to consider how each of them would want to be remembered for and also urged them to be mindful of what he calls “the little things”.

    The former lawmaker who is also the founder of AUCC took the opportunity to debunk the assertion that “life is too short” saying, the cliché does not encourage the youth to work harder. He charged participants to be mindful of time management. He asked them to respect time stating that “You lose glorious opportunities if you are not time conscious”. The former Minister of state tasked all to invest their time in profitable ventures and not just spend or waste them.

    Mr. Yankah took participants through topics like time management, everyday qualities and skills needed, and life planning.

    The seminar was the first in series of two and was heavily attended by students from both School of Communications Studies and the Sam E. Jonah School of Business. In attendance was the President of AUCC, Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright and Prof. Margaret Crabbe, Dean Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

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