Chevon Sewell and La Shawn Walford are both student volunteers who attend the University Of Technology, Jamaica and Nothern Caribbean University, respectively. These two students travel to Boys Town Primary and Infant School every Friday to give free Mathematics lessons to the grade six students.
Have you ever been at the right place, at the right time but you were not prepared? Or have you ever been given a great opportunity but you weren’t ready? Eighty percent of success comes from being prepared and showing up. Success isn’t about how talented or skilled you are, it is our ability to complete our tasks regardless of how we’re feeling.
Even on days where you don’t feel like it, just showing up can make a huge difference. Never take things for granted as you never know when opportunity comes knocking. Be bold and show up today!
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‘Straight Talk’ was incorporated by the Charles Hyatt Foundation which is a subsidiary of Good News Jamaica. in June, the foundation took the Grade Six students of Boys Town Primary to visit the Institute of Jamaica.
Have you been to the IOJ? If not you definitely should!
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264 ViewsOne thing we as Jamaicans can all agree on – sun hot! Sounds like stating the obvious right?