What advice would you give to students, young professionals and aspiring changemakers/entrepreneurs?: Anything is possible so far as you believe. There is nothing like failure - it's just a mindset, so whatever thing you wish to do, never doubt yourself but believe it is possible - that's when it will materialize!
Tell us a bit more about your organization: Bartenders Guild Ghana serves as a networking platform, which grooms, trains and mentors its members to be knowledgeable about best practices, professional ethics, key elements; beers, wines, spirits and cocktails in service delivery. We also help members secure employment and educate members on new and upcoming trends in the industry.
How do you define success?: Success is not a skill, but an attitude... The sum of small efforts repeated day in and day out, (passion, faith, hard work, commitment and a dream) and God's grace.
If you had to start your career/company/organization over again, what would you do differently?: Nothing, I think circumstances we've been through as well as our actions have taught us. Whether good or bad, it's been for our overall good. We live and we learn.
What are the top qualities you would require in someone who wants to work with/for you?: Passion, Honesty; Be hardworking, determined and driven.
What advice would you give to students, young professionals and aspiring changemakers/entrepreneurs?: It's not an easy road, being a student myself I can testify! But be driven by passion and work hard! Hard work will get you what and wherever you want! Don't start a business with majority of you funds being debt, try and raise some funds yourself (equity).