Thursday, March 29, 2007

A New Author

Nana Kwabena Owusu, currently doing his national service in Tema with Department Of urban Roads, is the new Author of this blog. I should not be the one to write about him, guess he will do that one later. But tot i should introduce him.
Welcome Kobby.

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Empty pockets never held anyone back. Only empty heads and empty hearts can do that.

That quote was by Norman Vincent Peale. This is the whole idea. There's no need for the Ghanaian youth to think that it's not possible once broke or once born poor. Making things happen and thinking of great new ideas and innovations have nothing to do with money. It's in our mind man, it's in our mind.
Think think and don't don't stop thinking. Money is the next step all right - capital. But it has nothing to do with getting the idea in the first place. I believe in one thing, Think the ideas, put it down somewhere and someday I'll be able to make it happen.
Just get a little book or even a sheet and give it a fancy name (Little Book Of Ideas). Don't start by rules, as in getting an idea a day. But anytime you think of an idea just put it down, refine it whenever and as much as you can.
Soon you'll have loads of ideas you feel wealthy already. Then you'll realize just how valuable you are.
So lets start thinking with no boundaries. Think big, we are entitled to fantasies right, and Oh, whiles thinking let's remember this "Don't go into something to test the waters, go into things to make waves".
Think Out Of The Box.

Day 2

So this is the second day. not much to say, just relaxing and thinking about what to write, which might just be about thinking.

Monday, March 19, 2007

My First Blog - At 50

At long last I've set off to start a blog. I love business ideas and i love looking for and creating opportunities. everyone has experiences especially the youth when it comes to starting a business or trying to put an idea across. This blog is for us, the youth, the youth of a 50 year old nation.

We are like the kids of a man almost going on retirement (60yrs). We have to start fending for ourselves rather than looking for inheritance, which in this case is not going to be on a silver platter.

This blog is out to tell us (the Ghanaian youth) that there are opportunities, yes there are and it's up to us to take them up if only we want to see a better Ghana for our kids to live in and thrive.

"Ghana cannot be built on absentee dollar remittances" - Prof. K. A Andam, Vice Chancellor Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (2002-2006)