Nana Kesewaa Yeboah, a Youth Motivator, has advised the youth to be selfless and learn to offer voluntary services without asking for anything in return.
According to her, not every service demands money or a gift in return, but ‘your service can pave the way for you in diverse ways,’ she added.
She observed the youth of today were more conscious about money, explaining, ”I am not saying money is not good, but you should learn not to expect money at all times.”
Nana Yeboah, also an Assistant Director at the Bono Regional Coordinating Council, gave the advice in an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA) on the sidelines of a Young People’s Summit at Abesim-Dominase, near Sunyani.
The summit was organised by the Youth Development Ministry of the Methodist Church-Ghana on the theme, ”The Extra Push Towards Transformation”.
She urged the youth to always exercise their discretion to enable them to obtain an absolute balanced transformation, saying having a balanced life ensured one did not encounter many challenges.
She charged the youth not to wish for a balanced life but to work their way into it to obtain the kind of transformation they required, saying “transformation is possible for everyone, once you put your mind to it.”
Nana Yeboah encouraged the youth to build the right intentions and to speak positively and freely devoid of pessimism.