What do you expert from a young girl who was born into a family of seven; born in Ghana and raised briefly in Nigeria and had to return to Ghana under challenging circumstances? Of course, Elizabeth Boandoh-Korkor.
“The Making of a Super Girl” was launched at the True Vine Hotel in Kumasi last Sunday.
The 100-paged biography chronicles the life inspiring life story of a very young industrious lady; Mrs. Elizabeth Boandoh-Korkor who rose through hopeless circumstances to become an accomplished woman of substance. The maiden edition of her authorized biography highlights some challenging moments in her life and how she managed to scale those hurdles.
A classic example in some of the chapters talk about how she had to carry and hawk heavy loads of hot kenkey over long distances, how she negotiated her way back to school despite the headmaster’s refusal to accept her due to bad grades, how she completed that school as the second-best student and several other important issues including finding love and then marriage.
The book launch was also used to celebrate her birthday which [fell earlier on January 3, 2019). The event was well attended by entrepreneurs, leading ministers of the Gospel, students and several people from various parts of Kumasi and beyond who all came to pay various glowing tributes to her impactful life. Officially, the book was launched by Rev. Mark Adu Gyamfi, Founder & CEO, True Vine Hotel.
“The Making of a Super Girl” was written by Mr. Nelson Semanu Boandoh-Korkor; husband to Elizabeth. Nelson is also a celebrated author having churned out international bestsellers including the following: “How to Keep Going When the Going Gets Tough”, “The Power of a Fighting Spirit”, and the upcoming “15 Remarkable Attributes of Successful Entrepreneurs” and “Financial Evangelism”.
According to the author, “each of the eight chapters of the book carries a compelling message that will inspire both young and old irrespective of their current situation.
The eight inspiring chapters is each garnished with highlighted lessons for readers as takeaway. They include: “Elizabeth:The Child of Promise”, “The Eden of the Beginning”, “Stepping up to the Plate”, “Breaking the Roof to Break in”, “Push them Up”, “Welcome to Osei-Krom”, “Where is my Love?, and “The Super Girl Defined”.
The foreword was written by Suzan Yemidi, Country representative of Solidaridad West Africa with life testimonies from people who have had the privilege of working with Elizabeth over the years including: Mrs. Comfort Ampadu, Mrs. Charlotte Egan, and Evelyn Arhinful all of FBN Bank Ghana as well as Sina Kamagate of Fidelity Bank, Joan Amfo of Stanbic Bank, Fed Kukubor of Nestle Ghana, Michael Tetteh-Votagbe of Exim Ghana just to name a few.
It doesn’t matter whether you are old or young, Elizabeth’s life story is destined to provide you with the needed momentum to rise-up from any circumstances challenging the manifestation of your destiny.
For copies of this book, kindly call +233 242 344 550 or +233 549 76 22 33.
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