Winfred Azumah Baa

Author: Winfred Azumah Baa

I have always been a firm believer in Dr. Martin Luther King Junior’s famous quote that says “you don’t have to see the entire staircase, just take the first step.”

Perhaps even more so now, because I’ve had several major instances where I had to decide if I should make a move or wait till the skies clear.

Now I am at a point where I look back and review these decisions I had to take and evaluate the choices I made.

Did they achieve the desired results?
Did making a move give rise to a happy fruitful ending that wasn’t anticipated?

Do I think it could have been better if I waited longer?

Maybe, maybe not. But it is really liberating knowing that I have no regrets and I put in my best.

Those that worked are the proudest moments of my life.

Those that didn’t work are the best lessons I’ll ever learn.

In all, I lost nothing but gained so much.

If you ask me, I’ll say take a leap of faith.

Like a close friend always says, “Say a prayer, believe, and make a move”.

There are soo many open doors ahead that you cant see now unless you make a decision to walk down that corridor.

If you happen to find no open doors, at least you know for sure that the corridor is empty and no good. The lessons and experiences will be absolutely priceless.

If you find those open doors though, it’ll be so uplifting.

Imagine starting up with a capital of Ghc1000 and growing into a Ghc1 Million in a few months.

The feeling cannot be described enough unless you experience it yourselves.

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May 2022 be fruitful and kind with an overflow of all our needs and desires.

(C) Winfred Azumah Baa
1st January 2022

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