Emmanuel K. Dogbevi is one of Ghana and Africa’s foremost journalists. In his 30 years career, he has written stories that have made impacts in Ghana and across Africa. In this book he shares deep insights on how self-development skills when learned and applied can enable one achieve set goals in life school.
Emmanuel, who never went to secondary school, studied mostly on hi own to qualify for University admission.
He was awarded the Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Business and Economic Journalism at the Columbia University in the City of New York. The almost $130,000 scholarship, enabled him to study for a Master’s degree in journalism. He became the 7th from Africa and among some 400 journalists from around the world to have been awarded the Fellowship in 2013.
He is currently the Managing Editor of Ghana Business News and the Executive Director of NewsBridge Africa, a non-profit that specialises in journalism and communications skills and strategy training. He has trained journalists, parliamentarians and CSOs in Ghana, Liberia and The Gambia.