A Day’s seminar has been held for members of the Ghana Hairdressers and Beauticians Association (GHABA) in Accra.
It was on the theme: “20 years of positively impacting our society”.
The seminar, which formed part of the 20th anniversary of the University of Ghana Business School SOA Class of 93, was aimed at creating an opportunity for society to get a broader knowledge of how to manage finances well and also lead disciplined lives in order not to suffer in future.
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Speaking on the topic: “Developing multiple streams of income”, Rev. Albert Ocran, the CEO of Combert Impressions and motivational speaker, urged women to desist from spending unnecessarily and think of how to invest their money in other businesses when they realised that their first businesses were doing well.
He further encouraged the participants, most of whom were women, to have confidence in whatever they were doing and not to think negatively about their friends, saying that was ungodly.
Rev. Ocran also spoke about time management which, according to him, was the most important aspect in business, and stop spending their precious time discussing and gossiping about their friends who were also in the same businesses.
Mrs Dorcas Danquah, a cosmetologist and beautician, who spoke on the topic: “The world of beauty and attributes”, said beauty came from within and, therefore, challenged women to portray the beauty in them to suit the profession that they had chosen.
Mr David Okyere Nyarkoh, the President of the University of Ghana Business School SOA Class of 93, urged the participants to take advantage of the knowledge they had acquired to improve themselves and their businesses and also impart it to their members who were not able to attend.
By Ebow Hanson/Daily Graphic/Ghana