Many people have the potential to be creative, yet due to the pressures of life and just making a living, stifle their dreams in an effort to survive. Drums of Success provides a clear strategy to tap your creative potential and turn it into success and fulfillment in your life.
With a Master’s degree in Management from the University of Greenwich, London; she has been, for more than a decade, a Human Resources Strategist in different roles and capacities, for different private and public organizations. Her job involves advising organizations on how to tap into the talents of their employees and, on the other hand, providing guidance and counseling to individuals on their career success.
He started with dust and eye pencils, took a photo of our late father and made his portrait. “Oh, that’s Canisius! Oh my God.” That was my mother, nearly about to faint after seeing a big portrait of her late husband in her living room. I loved to know that Strong had a talent and enjoyed exploring his artwork until the day we had to have a family meeting to convince him to go to college. How did he dare to say that he did not want to go to college? He was going to be a coward. Oh! I was so afraid that my mother would have a heart attack to hear that. Strong did not have an option but to combine school with his art. As for me, I was on the right track; already pursuing a British Master’s Degree programme. My research was on psychometric tests. I loved what I was learning on intelligence, mental abilities, personality and motivation, and how these influence performance. So many questions were flowing in my head. I started to doubt what I initially believed in, and I enjoyed reading more about what makes us think, feel and act the way we do as people.