‘Power Capsules’ launched

A 103 page book titled “Power Capsules” was launched in Accra on Friday.

Authored by Mr Roderick Ayeh, the book contains a compilation of life quotes and lessons from everyday experiences, which readers could use as guide to live exemplary lives.

Speaking at the launch, the author underscored the need for individuals to be patient while applying wisdom in every situation they found themselves in.

He stated that the book was also meant to motivate and inspire readers, adding that “everyone sometimes will need some motivation to keep pursuing life’s goals.”

Explaining, he indicated that the content of the book was born out of daily life experiences and covered several aspects of life.

“It is simply written and straight to the point. It can be used by children, adults, traditional leaders, religious leaders, students, sportsmen and women among others.  Readers can adopt it for daily readings and could pen down their thoughts on the readings,” he added.

Mr Ayeh, who has three other books to his credit stated that the “power capsules” had the tendency of releasing dose of motivation to enable readers face life with the positive energy needed to overcome life’s challenges.

The book, he said, also speaks to several aspects of life that connects humanity, “this book is not fiction. It is about everything around me.”

The author also admonished the public to ensure they do not give up when they are faced with difficult situations, adding that motivation could be created no matter the circumstance a person found him or herself.

Touching on how to work towards accomplishing ones aims, he indicated that dreams do not just come through just by having the idea in mind, but by working relentlessly towards achieving them, instead of just waiting for a miracle to happen.

In furtherance, he urged the public to desist from being scared of failing as failure was part of the road to success.

“Take your baby steps, they are better than your giant excuses. The distance that scared you cannot keep scaring you if you keep trying. Being better is not magical, it is about trying to be better,” he added.

Mr Roderick Ayeh is an experienced financial sector development professional, with diverse expertise in microfinance, financial inclusion, rural finance, Agric-lending, Small and Medium Scale Enterprise (SME) financing, credit management, operational risk and human resource management.

He is also a course facilitator for the Masters in Microfinance Degree awarded by the University of Cape Coast and a full-time employee of the ARB Apex Bank.

The author is the founder and lead volunteer at R and F Foundation, a child centered Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) supporting rural and urban children living in difficult conditions.


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