Strive to be special-MTN Executive urges students

Pala Asiedu-Ofori, the Acting Corporate Services Executive of MTN-Ghana has rallied students in the country to strive to become special in their fields of study or future endeavors.

According to her, the world only celebrates people who display unique or extra-ordinary abilities in their fields or chosen career.

Speaking at this year’s springboard show in Kumasi at the main auditorium of the Calvary Charismatic Center (CCC), the MTN Executive reiterated the importance of carving a niche for oneself in any area of operation.

Many who are successful individuals or entrepreneurs, Mrs Asiedu-Ofori indicated learnt to do what they do with finesse and therefore urged the students drawn from senior high schools in Kumasi to strive to create special identities for themselves with what they do in future.

The Corporate Executive tasked students not to be content with the old way things are done in the market space but try new techniques they may come up with.

According to her, after carefully thinking through strategies and plans they may have designed to tackle a challenge they should be bold to confront the issue head on.

She asked that students take advantage of the internet to come up with solutions to whatever they may identify as challenges.

Mrs Asiedu-Ofori urged students to implement solutions they come up with boldly once they are 80% convinced about its effectiveness or usefulness.

The MTN Executive in chat with the Ghanaian Observer Newspaper later, stressed the need for students to take calculated risks with whatever they intend to implement.

According to her, those who dare the odds are the ones who come out with better solutions to whatever challenges they may confront.

She urged students not to be afraid of changing the solutions they may have second guesses about since the best outcomes should be their target.

However, she admonished that students take up tasks and risks that their bodies and health could contain since there was no sense in carrying out tasks that will end in death or numbness.

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