That’s when she remembered what her father told her before he died. “He said that I will never be successful in any career aside carpentry,” she said in an interview with Ghanian blogger, Edward Asare. “He said I was born to lead the feminine generation into creativity.”

That’s when she decided to venture into carpentry with the knowledge and training she received from helping her father, who was a carpenter himself. She now runs one of the fastest growing carpentry and furniture design shops in the world.

Source:blackbusiness.com