How to be successful
The Chief Executive Officer of YouSort Company Shares…
As a Director of YouSort World Company Limited, having engaged in several businesses, TV presentation, entrepreneurship advocacy, and business consultancy. I’m always pricked to this question – Why are all the big/small guys making it in the business industry most coming from some other continents other than even half a quarter coming from Africa and especially Ghana? And the answer to this may be several but I personally have noticed this. The African Youth only take pride to own things that are liabilities than to own assets that generate income or revenue. The African Youth can’t wait to start a little business with the money he or she has than to go and buy a car and other things that are liabilities. The Youth today live their future from today and end up in a struggling future instead of struggling to build a solid perpetual income generation businesses from today.
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You didn’t really need the car, expensive dress, and jewelry, among others; you just wanted to feel among and look classy. That would have placed extra financial obligations on you. It wasn’t an asset then; but a liability.
Two, it is very important for you to invest in your future before living like a king.
*1. Always invest first before you start living the way you want.
*2. What you see as a need now may become a want if you can take a little time to get over your feelings.
*3. Try to be able to distinguish between an asset and a liability so that what you see as an asset today will not become a liability to you tomorrow.
*The difference between the rich and the poor is that the rich look for assets while the poor look for liabilities…
As a young Director of this great company – YouSort World Company Limited, a Ghanaian and especially as Ghana becomes the seat of the West African free Trade, it is my desire we the youth position ourselves through possible means to take ourselves as great businessmen and women. Let us be challenged that as young as we are and Africans, we can also make it as Mark Zuckerberg who is not above 30 years of age yet owns Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram that much African Youth today enjoys. www.yousortworld.com