On-air personality, Roselyn Felli has shared a story on the importance of humility and tolerance.
Roselyn Felli in an interview on The Journey Show with Abena Ghana revealed that she has been through various stages of her journey as a media personality. She said though there were good and bad times, the bad always left her with lessons for life, thus her gratitude for such experiences.
She further spoke on the power of selflessness and appearance. On appearance, the media personality explained that, people who appear smart and clean benefit in diverse ways especially when their careers demand that they present themselves in a pleasant way. Looking good or spending on your looks is an investment you cannot compromise because the end result is always a good one. People win gigs and bigger deals just by the way they appear. She said
Speaking on humility, Roselyn Felli stressed the need to remain selfless and tolerant to even the least respected in society because of times and seasons. Life changes within a blink of an eye and in other not to get yourself in a sorry state, it is more appropriate to treat people with all manner of respect. She continued.
According to the Ace Broadcaster, she got her current job placement through a friend of hers who sells waakye. It was surprising to know that this waakye seller friend of mine once held a top position in the firm I work for currently.
I have learned so many of life’s lessons, but the things that dominate these lessons are the fear of God and respect for fellow humans. No matter the situation you find someone in, there is the need to accord to the person the greatest level of respect. God is a destiny changer, therefore, he can turn things around at any point in time. She said
Roselyn further disclosed the story of her journey from the days of school at The University Of Ghana (LEGON). I studied theatre arts in Legon and entered the media afterward. I worked a little at EIB Network. We started Starr FM and thanks to Bola Ray, I got the opportunity to prove myself. From EIB I worked with TV Africa and now here I am. She Said
Speaking on family, Roselyn revealed that she has a great supportive family who has been behind her in her journey as a broadcaster and a mother. She expressed joy in the selfless and supportive husband God has blessed her with. She further thanked her siblings and parents for their support towards her career and success.
The Journey is a weekly television talk show that airs every Sunday evening on Adom TV. The show is hosted by Actress and Entrepreneur Abena Ghana
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