As I sat on my bed one morning, suffering from camp fever and thinking of what to type, the word versatile crossed my mind. I felt to write on being versatile, as I prepared for camp. I wish you joined me for the camp. I am sure some of us are very familiar with this word because of Okyeame Kwame’s song, ‘Mr. versatile’. Is there Miss Versatile? Well, I believe it is a choice. Someone may ask about what it means to be versatile. To my best of knowledge, being versatile is possessing the ability to adapt or to be adapted to many different functions or activities. Also, being versatile is one’s ability to change easily from one activity to another or ability to be used for many purposes. It also comes down to adapting to different skills. Other synonyms are, all-round, multifaceted, multi-talented, multi-skilled, many-sided, resourceful and protean. I am very sure there are a lot more but this what I know so far.
My life as an entrepreneur has been one interesting experience and a life transforming moment that makes me never want to quit being an entrepreneur, despite the challenges that comes with it. Let us get chatting. Somewhere 2016 during my National Service in Pokuase-Mayera, I felt this strong edge to do business, though I didn’t know what kind of business. At that same time, I had the idea of an educational project, Violaforeducation campaign, providing educational materials to pupils in rural areas. I had to put the education project on hold because I did not have enough resources to work on it.
Growing up as a young girl, I desired to do some things but any time I attempted, I heard voices in my heard, telling me that I was not good enough. I have lived to fight voices that discourage me from exceeding my limits and I am still fighting.
You need to understand that we are all unique in our own ways and nothing can change that fact. It was no one’s wish to be born in the midst of poverty. It was no one’s wish to be borne by a blind couple. Enough of the excuses, complains and blames. Complaining, shifting blames and making excuses will take you nowhere, neither will it turn your life around.
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"Ekuba have you stopped writing? Are you sure everything is alright? Do you still write?" These are some of the questions I was asked by my readers. I had few reasons going for a break. Though my break isn't over, I would like to share my thoughts with you. Having inner peace is the greatest … Continue reading JUST A THOUGHT by EKUBA EZIA