How To Nurture Your Passion For Writing To Achieve Your Career Dreams.
“That is one main reason why I decided to make my writing more than just a hobby, but also an opportunity to bless others. I never got round to blogging until a good friend of mine pushed me to muster the courage and let others see what I wrote. That was about almost two years ago, and I’m glad I took that step” She says.
“I think it’s an honour to share these writings with others and I hope over time, through my writings, people will also discover what special thing has been deposited in them to make this world a better place”. She says.
Boatemaa will rather Younevate because life is all about growth.
According to her; “You will never know what impact you will make and what you could have done differently”
Nana Boatemaa holds Marketing degree from legon while still in school she was writing while studying
She loved marketing because she gets to meet people and Likes to make people feel special.
What are her Dreams?
She Always liked English, and Aspires to be an international writer, Inspiring people with words
Thinking about what she is Passionate about?:
What pushes her is people’s comments and reactions towards her writing.
Her greatest skills includes: Understanding people, Taking time off to reflect on things she did
Nana Boatemaa believes it is important for us all to think outside the box and look out for what can make us extra different whiles doing the same thing everybody does
Nana Boatemaa Amoah’s favourite Quote:
You can choose between one day and day one.
-Meaning one shouldn’t procrastinate but actually start what they want to do TODAY.
She will go for Entrepreneurship any day as she believes; “entrepreneurship challenges your creativity and builds you but first you would have to be under somebody to learn and build network”
Boatemaa’s Personal goals;
Her goal is to inspire people and make her writing a learning platform
Boatemaa believes that Having passion and pursuing it is key. Writing of essays pushed her to be who she is today, and importantly she is thankful for the encouragement that her friends and families give her always.
Nana Boatemaa’s Struggles as far as what she does is concerned is: Creating regular content and gaining the relevant and needed exposure for her work.
She strongly believes that in other to deal with our Weakness, we must accept our weakness and accept correction in order to grow.
“Be willing to learn and be advised and work on that advice and your weakness will be your strength”
This is how she Defined Personal innovation
“Personal innovation goes hand in hand with branding, have the desire to have personal growth. Have something extra about you by building yourself up personally.”
Nana takes networking very seriously. for her in what ever we do, It’s a need to know people and make a conscious effort to network. “Also constantly check on people, Taking a phone to check someone can go a long way”
She is highly Inspired by “Raising Readers” by Nana Aba Anamoah and she would like to do same projects to impact the world.
Her advice to any one who is trying to build a career like she is doing is “Saying a prayer, reading a lot, planning, learning from people
In her Toolsbox she has;
Online resources like The Economist, Bloomberg, BBC.
- She believes Education never ends, Always read
- Create an approachable image
- Make good use of social media
- Word of mouth: get people to talk well about you.
Her next passion projects to look out for Includes:
- Doing a reading drive for children
- Her wordsmith conference this September 2018
Her final words are:
- Don’t be afraid to be yourself
- Be determined to pursue your dreams
- Depend solely and totally on GOD
- Be yourself
- Have a plan and work towards your goals.
- Don’t be afraid to learn from people
- Personal innovation and branding is a must!