TEDxAccra 2015 will take place on April 11 at the National Theatre from 7am to 7pm. It is expected to be the biggest TEDx event in Ghana to date. The theme for this year is “The Next Chapter”.
Mohammed Issa is an entrepreneur with a special passion for humanity . He owns a business, KimoHome, of 20 years and leads a team of over 100 with passion and vision. He is also the founder of an NGO, Born to be free foundation, which helps underprivileged kids with an opportunity for a better life. He is a qualified Life Coach and has lead many seminars in Ghana. His message is simply that we must awaken to what makes us most alive and to all the possibilities that are out there for us. We need to transform our lives and remove all limiting beliefs that are holding us back. He loves to write and blogs regularly and has been published in many popular websites like elephant journal and Rebelle society. He loves reading, running, trekking nature and Yoga. He also enjoys his family time and travelling around the world.
Why you should listen to his talk?
I believe in humanity and especially in Africa (Ghana) where I have spent most of my life. I think the next chapter for Africa is that the people start awakening to their potential. They should look beyond the survival mode and start dreaming up more possibilities in their lives. Everything great created within humanity has been done by someone who believed in himself or herself, imagined the idea in 5 their head and went on to do it removing all obstacles that stood in their way. I think Africa is ready for authentic teachers who can become a platform for the people to use so that they can transform their realities and start believing in themselves.
Quote from Mohammed: “Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” ― Howard Thurman Mohammed
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