Juliet Ibrahim, a Ghanaian actress based in Nigeria, has urged youths to be solution providers in their immediate environments.
The star actress said creating lasting solutions to people’s problems should be at the forefront of youths rather than worrying.
Ibrahim during a live video noted that young people should inculcate the habit of doing business rather than begging for money.
“Let them see the reason why they should help you. Don’t push it, don’t beg for money. Sometimes you just need to create and when you create you are providing solutions to so many problems and worrying does not help you need to find solution’, said Juliet Ibrahim.
“When you’re going through something, think about it, pause for a second, don’t worry about it and say it’s not going to happen for me. Think about it like what can I do differently? What should I do? What didn’t I do? You have to start thinking that way and when you start thinking that way you are finding solutions.
“The best thing every youth can do for themselves is to start creating solutions for people’s problems. That’s the easiest way to start a business. Look around you for what is lacking, what kind of solution can I provide for at least fifty people in my neighborhood and by doing that you are making fifty people to buy from you that is business.”
She continues: “Everybody wants to jump on the trend but you have to look deeply into your neighborhood even in your church. You have to start thinking in that aspect not worrying.
“Creating solutions is the major thing as youth. We need to start creating solutions. We are all put on earth with our purpose, with our calling and if you find it early enough, use it. Reading is educating yourself. The more you empower yourself as a person, the more your self-worth and self-esteem increase, the more self-aware you are of everything that happens in your life.”