Students and other youth that form the young generation have been urged to align their daily activities with specific life targets and work hard towards achieving them if they are to become future entrepreneurs and leaders.
The advice was given during discussions that took place yesterday at Glory Secondary School organized by the Rwanda We Want (RWW), an organization that prepares youth to become future leaders, carried out under the theme ‘It Is Possible’.
The discussion brought together different individuals from different professions, careers and specializations.
Speaking during the discussion, the Chief Executive Officer of AC Group, Patrick Buchana, urged youth to work hard and avoid giving up if they want to make it in life.
“If you want to succeed, you need to work hard with an unwavering zeal without surrendering but instead treasure determination, discipline seeking and taking heed to constructive advice,” he said.
The Camellia Ltd CEO, Khalid Nshuti said that youth should think about big projects and work hard to make them happen.
“When you want to achieve tangible results, you should always strive to be a winner. You should think about new innovations to beat your competitors,” he said.
The Executive Chairperson and Founder of Rwanda We Want, Tristan Murenzi said that he organized the event to inculcate in youth the spirit of job creation. He said that he wanted to help the young generation to start preparing their future at an early age.
“Today, we aimed at linking youth with people who have built competitive enterprises that are sustainable and progressing. Through this discussion, the young people have been introduced to life and business soft skills, surmounting challenges and keeping an eye to the prize. This is a good approach to prepare future leaders,” he said.