There are two types of people in this world; talkers and doers. And there are two things that separate the two. One, is obviously TAKING ACTION.

oday's business environment is rapidly changing. The business environment requires innovators. Global market conditions and new technologies constantly forces us to become innovative.

Most successful businesses we celebrate today are innovations of young people. Talk of the social media Mogul Mark Zuckerberg.

That which was and that which is must feed into that which is to be. When left to the devices of happenstance, expectations become but illusions that degenerate into frustrations.

The air blows for all alive to breathe and so does the pasture exist for grazing. One would expect that uniformity, equality and egalitarianism would have been the underpinning philosophies behind the distribution systems of these resources.

[By: GLADYS ANSAH,] Time will never be right or perfect in your life! There's nothing like perfection in life. That's why everything under the sun had ‘but'. If you are waiting for that perfect moment. That perfect time, it's never going to happen.

[By: Gladys Ansah, UPSA-] You cannot connect the dots looking backward; you can only connect looking forward. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in the future.

You have to trust in something. You have destiny, life and karma. Because believing that the dots will connect down the road will give you confidence to follow your heart, even when it leads you off the real one path. And that will make all the difference.

During an interaction with a pretty young lady, she intimated that it was her dream to become a journalist. She spoke so passionately about her dream and desire that I got sold. The motivational genius in me got kindled and what happened in the subsequent minutes could best be described as an amazing inspirational moment on how to be a journalist of global repute by pushing hard the wheels of destiny, making integrity one’s best friend and having the collective good of society at heart.

[By: Gladys Ansah, UPSA-] This young man wanted to become successful, and he went to this Guru- a successful man and said “I want to be successful as you are” and the Guru said “if you want to be successful as I am, meet me tomorrow at the beach”.

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