Okonore Yaa

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Actress , Philanthropist, TV host (Click Show), Radio Presenter. Mc/Speaker/Mentor. https://m.facebook.com/Okonore yaa Multimedia

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What do you call this. Help us Oh Lord
A mighty Oak tree has fallen. You made history. The true meaning of  being the representation of Peace.
You said “ Real Change comes from people.  You are never too young to lead and never too old to learn” - by Kofi Annan ( Former UN Secretary - General)
Oh God why are all our great Men living us. Thank you for making mankind meet you and be honoured to have been served by you. Such a humble Man. The world has lost you. 
Rest In Peace my Mentor.
In this life everyone will make it. Trust me🙏🏾. Bless you 
Dress: @mimifosu @ellelia
Don’t miss my interview with Amarh Pino Of Ozimzim Inc-ltd (band)tomorrow on the CLICK SHOW @ 4pm  London time on Great TV London.
Hi my name is Okonore Yaa and I work for 
@Great Tv London. 😀😀Tell me about yourself, please.
Tomorrow 28th July on the Click show.. on Great Television we speak with Rev. Dr. Claude A. Halm.... Don’t Miss it !!!!!! 4pm- 5pm
If you don’t promote yourself, nobody will. Blow your trumpet, announce your awesome, don’t let anybody dim your light, have faith. Push your career at your workplace and shine.  Push your business, your brand and blind them with your self promotion. Roll their eyes, they will think you are doing too much. No weapon formed against you shall prosper. Just keep doing what you are doing and one day you’ll become an inspiration. The same people will ask you how you did it, and someone somewhere would be encouraged to step out too. Step out of that comfort zone today and stop worrying about what they will say. Tunnel vision and step out in faith. Bless you 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 - Okonore Yaa ( Agony Aunt)
Would like to thank HRM Irene Ani the C. E.O of Miss Ebony Ambassador UK and also some of the contestants, for the 2018 beauty pageant,  for taking time off their  busy schedule to be my guest on The Click Show on Great Television London. (GTV)  Let’s  all meet at the Grand finale  Saturday 30th June, 2018 Venue: Walworth Hall, 54 camberwell road  London , SE5 OEW Red carpet 5pm Main event 6pm - Okonore Yaa (Agony Aunt)
Most clients come to me initially with the desire to talk about someone else—their spouse, boss, child, friend, and so on. When we’re struggling, the natural response is to accuse the other. But Jesus challenges us to work on our own personal growth: “First take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye” (Matt. 7:5). So when you’re experiencing internal unrest or painful emotions, we suggest taking a You-Turn. Instead of focusing on another person, or a situation that may have conjured up uncomfortable emotions, look inside your soul to understand better your own reaction.

To take a You-turn, you focus on your painful emotion, befriend it, and invite Jesus to be near—then unburden it and integrate it with the other parts of your soul. 
Have a blessed day. 
I am Okonore Yaa ( Agony Aunt)
It’s the Click Show this afternoon @ 4pm Watch us live  on Facebook @ Great Tv London or download the Ecable app, we are on channel 22, let’s tell you what’s happening.  Don’t stress yourself too much. Be happy you are alive. You are Great and Special. Have a blessed day. Bless you 🙏🏾 - Okonore Yaa (Agony Aunt)
Every Person we pass everyday, whether on the street, on the bus, in the train, aeroplane, in the checkout line or the subway possesses an incredible story, often mixed with beauty and pain. Will we stop for even a moment to truly see each other? I see you, sister, I see you brother. Some days, it can be as simple as that.

When you think about it, we’re all looking for a bit of simple kindness. We have a deep desire for empathy, some little sign that another person can imagine walking in our shoes. We want to feel valued, respected, and loved. And when we don’t feel like we’re being respected or loved, that’s when we can get out of sorts.

We’re all prone to feeling tired, overworked, and underappreciated. In those moments, we forget to be empathetic, to consider how the tired, overworked, and underappreciated people around us feel. Ironically, we tend to be least empathetic when others are unkind to us. Rather than stopping to consider what might be causing them to act so prickly, we respond by being rude in return. Rudeness compounds rudeness. It’s a cycle that can go on indefinitely.
This is very bad. This is a cycle we can break, one interaction at a time. 
Keep watching the CLICK SHOW live on Great Television (Facebook page) every Saturday 4pm - 5pm. Bless you.🙏🏾
I am Okonore Yaa (Agony Aunt)