Turning 50 on the 7th of July, Ghanaian actor, Adjetey Anang has shared certain lessons he learnt about life throughout the years in an interview with Giovanni Caleb on Showbiz 360.
The multiple-award-winning actor who has featured in stage and screen performances for more than 22 years began his acting career under the screen name “Pusher” in the iconic television series Things We Do for Love.
Over the years he has been featured in many Ghanaian movies, including Deadly Voyage, A Sting in a Tale, The Perfect Picture and others as well as a Dutch movie titled Slavery.
The talented actor and public speaker will debut his long-awaited memoir, which promises to be a memoir worth reading, in a few days as he celebrates his 50th birthday in style.
Here are five(5) lessons he has learnt over the years.
1) “You never know it all.”
Adjetey Anang reminds us that the journey of knowledge is infinite. Regardless of our achievements or experiences, there is always more to learn. With humility and an open mind, we can embrace the opportunity to expand our horizons, gain new perspectives, and grow as individuals.
2) “Learn from everybody not just those who have made it.
That guy who gets up in the morning and wash the cars on the road, there’s something that he carries, a gift that hasn’t been discovered, it’s in there, in-born. Just watch him, study him, talk to him and you’ll get something.
3) “Whatever you do, you are gonna go down.”
Adjetey Anang acknowledges the transient nature of life and the inevitability of challenges and setbacks. He reminds us that failure is a part of the journey towards success and one day we’ll all leave this earth
4) Don’t be scared to give your all because sometimes, we listen to what people say and that really sort of makes us crumble and remain in our shells.
By silencing the noise of external judgment and trusting in our abilities, we can unleash our true potential.
5) God dey. Whatever you do, God dey
In times of doubt and uncertainty, Adjetey Anang offers a reminder of faith and divine presence
He is of the firm conviction that no matter the circumstances, a higher power is always present, guiding and supporting us.
By Esther Aryee|3news.com|Ghana