Ghanaians must follow their passions to develop

A renowned preacher, motivational speaker and life coach Mr. Collins Bonsu has advised Ghanaians to follow their passions to help develop themselves and the country.

He believes if one follows his passion, it is very difficult for him to be compromised or to engage in corrupt activities.

Using politics as an example, the director of Purpose Discovery Foundation, Ghana (PDF- GHANA) said for one to be a successful politician, he must have the commitment and burning desire to serve humanity but on the contrary a lot of people in Ghana enter politics not to serve humanity but rather to enrich themselves and this has caused the numerous problems the nation is facing today.

Speaking at a two day training workshop organized for Focus FM staff he said too many people are working at places not because it is their passion or are willing to work there but simply because of societal pressure and pressure from family and friends.

The training was aimed at building the capacities, boosting the morale and increasing the passion and commitment of staff and volunteers of the station.

Areas covered in the two day training workshop included basic journalism, Radio for peace building, communication and research for media, media psychology, branding, organizational behavior and equipment handling.

General Manager of Focus FM, Nana Kojo Jantuah noted that the mission of Focus FM is to train and produce quality products for the bigger media market and expresses the hope that many Focus FM trained presenters will be household names in the industry within a few years.


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