A Leap of Faith: With Bisila Bokoko
Junior Debo, a young NHS doctor tells us about how he got into medicine, which all started with his love for science at school, and the Documentaries of doctors transplant surgean TV documentary! Series (almost)! Predominately, coming from a family reading and books that valued education. For black people are always twice the magnitude. Twice of praise and criticism. Never sell yourself short. Find peopel tht have done what youve done or more, because they have perspective and have your best interest at heart. such an insightful, humble interview, to go to what draws you. Dont go for whats popular or fun but to what you naturally enjoy. Experiment, the only way to find out about stuff is to try it. Do your research because this world is competitive – people wnting to do it and then doing it is different. Put yourself in the psotiion where you are best ot earn it.
Swiss historian and entrepreneur with Ghanaian roots. Her passion for history and literature shines through this conversation as she talks about how important black literature has been to her personal growth.
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