Belief, Consistency, and Hard Work
By Dr. Josephine Gross
"I was so big the camel couldn’t stand up. That’s when I knew I needed to change."
"Be a walking billboard of your product!"
With his team in Baltimore, Maryland
With his company-paid dream car
Albert Gyeke is a young leader from Ghana who came to the US to study and play basketball. When a sports career didn’t seem to be the cards, he turned to academics and became a network marketing entrepreneur. After a short but steep learning curve, and despite many challenges, Albert began to see success and became a top achiever. Today his goal is to be a servant leader and help as many people as possible win. He eventually wants to go back home and teach Africans about wellness and success.—J.G.
Albert was born in Accra, the capital of Ghana, on the Atlantic coast of West Africa. While English is the official language there, he grew up speaking an indigenous language called Twi. Albert lived in the city with his two brothers and sister in a middle-class neighborhood. His mother was a stay-at-home mom and his dad was an IT consultant who started his own business when Albert was a teenager.
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