Women told to develop, commercialise skills to be financially independent

    The Executive Director of Women’s Haven Africa, Adwoa Fosua Owusu Ofori, wants women to develop their skills and commercialise them.

    She believes it is crucial in achieving financial independence.

    “The majority of individuals think that becoming financially independent requires being a millionaire or billionaire.

    “To become financially stable as a woman, you need to consider the income you earn and your expenses, you must consider and develop your skills and commercialise them,” she said.

    She was speaking on Luv in the Morning with David Akuetteh.

    Ms. Adwoa Fosua believes in addition to having mentors, women need to adopt a new mindset of being capable of accomplishing anything.  

    “What do you bring to the table? And when you cannot tell, you are not listened to, not just in the home but the society at large. Leave abusive partners, and not rely on anybody else entirely because violence often results from overdependence.

    “Women should have the mindset that they can accomplish anything,” she emphasised.

    Ms. Adwoa Fosua emphasised the importance of confidence and self-esteem in achieving financial independence.

    “People do not just look at you for being a woman but your competence and what you can bring on board,” she said.

    Ms. Adwoa Fosua also advised that women should go in for men who don’t feel intimidated by the success of women in order not to be limited and suppressed.

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