Here’s My Professional Truth …

My philosophy has really set me apart from other marketing and sales gurus over the past years. I recognized that most female entrepreneurs do struggle with understanding and embracing marketing as an integral part of growing their business. Some business owners avoid the area of marketing because of lack of knowledge or the misconception of marketing as being pushy, sleazy or even deceitful.

Unfortunately, I’ve come across many ambitious female entrepreneurs who spent so much money with big industry leaders to grow their business but the vision remain a mirage because the simple concept of business growth is hardly talked about.

I am here for those who know they need help.

My mission is to educate female entrepreneurs to embrace marketing and sales as a must component for their business growth. If you continuously avoid the area of marketing and sales, there is only so much you can grow your business through word of mouth.

Once you serve everyone within your circle of friends and family, you are likely to get stuck and perhaps think business is not for you. That is why this mission is crucial because I know your desire to reach more people is not just to serve them, but also to transform and impact lives.

I’ve had the privilege of working with some renowned names in the United Kingdom and United State of America:

1. Caroline Marsh (https://carolinemarsh.com), UK’s Serial Entrepreneur and Secret Millionaire
2. Donia Narh (https://amazingparentgems.com), Education Specialist & Wealth Coach
3. Cecilia Harvey (The Oprah of Tech), Chief Operating Officer, City & Guilds and CEO of Tech Women Today (https://www.techwomentoday.com)
4. Sylvia Milton, PsychoSexual and Relationship Therapist (https://sylviamilton.com)
5. Nakia Hamlett PhD, Professor of Yale University, a US-based Psychologist working with HR and DEI Directions on Diversity and Inclusion, among others.

I’ve helped many entrepreneurs use the social media to grow their businesses by growing their audience, online influence, brand awareness and client base. However, the challenge for most business owners is getting their followers online to become clients. Hence my decision to include digital marketing strategies and sales ideas to support them take a holistic approach to growing any business online.

I’ve visited Facebook and Twitter Head Quarters as part of my work as a social media marketer and most importantly, coached my two teens to become entrepreneurs using the social media model.

Blessing Yakubu, my eldest daughter, grew her skin and beauty Instagram account (@beautywithblessing) to over 20k followers, and therefore worked with skin care companies in the UK and USA (https://blessingyakubu.com).

While Vanessa Yakubu, my second daughter, equally grew her @tasty.thyme food account to 4k+ followers, and worked with over 30 companies, as a content creator and food photographer, from age 12 (https://tastythyme.co).

They started public speaking (sharing their success stories with young people, to inspire them with their online success story), shortly before the pandemic, and spent their lockdown time productively by creating online courses.

Now here’s My Personal Truth …

I was born and raised in a rural village in northern Ghana called Guabuliga. My dad was an ex- military man and the chief of Guabuliga.
For some reason, we called my village small London, little did I know I will leave most of my
adult life in London.

I had the privilege to go to school, thanks to catholic missionaries who build a school for us.
To go to middle school, required a daily ten kilometres walk, sometimes without sandals (we
couldn’t afford shoes). My step-sister who was a nurse and lived in a township was my secret

role model. So by age 21 years, I was proud to wear my green and white uniform as a nurse,
delighted to be helping the sick get healthy.
The opportunity to migrate to the United Kingdom seemed God sent, because of the perceived
privileges living in the western world brought people I knew.

I soon realised that the high cost of living in the UK meant that without extra hours of work, I
won’t be able to leave the comfortable life I dreamt of. But I was ready for the sacrifice, with the
hope that our children will get the best of education and their lives will be better in the future.
When the UK government increased University fees from £3000 to £9000, each of my children
was likely to be in £50k student debt before starting their adult life, if I couldn’t help them
financially. Despite working non-stop and not having the privilege of being with them when I
wanted, the so called better future seemed a mirage.

This got me thinking about the financial freedom I dreamt I would have in the UK. what about
the better lifestyle for my children, did I leave everything I knew and cared about in Ghana to
resettle in a foreign country for nothing? Hmm!
A friend recommended agency nursing, where in a short period of time, I achieved the time
flexibility I craved, financial stability and enjoyed a few well deserved international holidays
with my family.
This opportunity was short-lived, as a change in legislation made my Limited Liability Company
unprofitable, but I’d learnt something valuable: Freedom from a boss and earning a good income.

I soon realised that the high cost of living in the UK meant that without extra hours of work, I
won’t be able to leave the comfortable life I dreamt of. But I was ready for the sacrifice, with the
hope that our children will get the best of education and their lives will be better in the future.
When the UK government increased University fees from £3000 to £9000, each of my children
was likely to be in £50k student debt before starting their adult life, if I couldn’t help them
financially. Despite working non-stop and not having the privilege of being with them when I
wanted, the so called better future seemed a mirage.

This got me thinking about the financial freedom I dreamt I would have in the UK. what about
the better lifestyle for my children, did I leave everything I knew and cared about in Ghana to
resettle in a foreign country for nothing? Hmm!
A friend recommended agency nursing, where in a short period of time, I achieved the time
flexibility I craved, financial stability and enjoyed a few well deserved international holidays
with my family.
This opportunity was short-lived, as a change in legislation made my Limited Liability Company
unprofitable, but I’d learnt something valuable: Freedom from a boss and earning a good income.

Roundabout that time, I had my Eureka Moment while watching Channel 4 Secret Millionaire Program one day

Caroline Marsh, the Property Developer Secret Millionaire, who was on the show inspired me so
much. Why?, Because she’s an African woman like me, a young mum, pretty, with a ‘big heart’.
While finding a way to connect and seek her support in entrepreneurship, I learnt so much from
her website (www.carolinemarsh.com) and social media sites. Her books recommendation of
Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kayosaki, Success Principles by Jack Canfield, Time
Management by Brian Tracey, among others, help me immensely.

I soon realised that the high cost of living in the UK meant that without extra hours of work, I
won’t be able to leave the comfortable life I dreamt of. But I was ready for the sacrifice, with the
hope that our children will get the best of education and their lives will be better in the future.
When the UK government increased University fees from £3000 to £9000, each of my children
was likely to be in £50k student debt before starting their adult life, if I couldn’t help them
financially. Despite working non-stop and not having the privilege of being with them when I
wanted, the so called better future seemed a mirage.

This got me thinking about the financial freedom I dreamt I would have in the UK. what about
the better lifestyle for my children, did I leave everything I knew and cared about in Ghana to
resettle in a foreign country for nothing? Hmm!
A friend recommended agency nursing, where in a short period of time, I achieved the time
flexibility I craved, financial stability and enjoyed a few well deserved international holidays
with my family.
This opportunity was short-lived, as a change in legislation made my Limited Liability Company
unprofitable, but I’d learnt something valuable: Freedom from a boss and earning a good income.

While lockdown was a nightmare for most young people and parents, I had no stress, because they used the free period to create online courses to help young people use Social Media for business.

So, am here to help you do two things.
1. Support you embrace marketing and sales with well proven ideas to grow and scale your business so you’ll have time freedom to spend with your children if you have any

2. To support you with the ideas of how to work with your children to support you with social media marketing to promote your business. You won’t have to leave them and go to work