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Trinidad Youths get inspiration from Warren Cassell Jr.

By Staff Reporter

Untitled-1Young Entrepreneur, and author Warren Cassell Jr. met and addressed several young persons during a special meeting with the group, “We Are Better Youths” (WABY). On Saturday October 11, 2014, Warren Jr. on invitation by the executive of WABY was asked to present with a view to motivate young persons from the challenged area of Laventille in Trinidad and to inspire them to go for greatness despite their social background.

Warren Jr. who spoke on the topic, “Why You Must Approach Success as a duty”, addressed about 50 youths, some mentors and parents. In his address Warren Jr. urged the youths to emulate successful people and adopt a 4-step process he says is working for him. “Success is about living your highest potential and maximizing all the talents that you have and not complaining about what you don’t have,” he said. After his presentation Warren Jr. fielded questions from the young audience about Montserrat, his business and balancing school with his extra curricular activities.RBC, WABY meet W Cassell Jnr-70 copy

Executive board member of WABY Nichola Harvey expressed his pleasure to have Warren Jr. and told the media that they will surely engage Warren Jr. in future events to further inspire the children that they too will go for greatness.

RBC, WABY meet W Cassell Jnr-78 copyWABY was founded in 2008 as an immediate community response, to the loss of RBC, WABY meet W Cassell Jnr-38 copyseven teenagers to gun violence in the area of Laventille. The main aim of WABY is to provide a haven in the form of a form of a group, to troubled young people. According to WABY founder Nichola Harvey :the executives believe it is the community members who through organized events such as Sunday School, August School, Sports and Christmas events were able to save their generation from all the negatives of the environment. As such they felt that it was necessary to save this current generation of young people giving back to the community through the WABY group as their parents and other senior community members did.”

The organization is guided by the mission statement, “To provide opportunities for youth to develop entrepreneurial attitudes, skills and competencies for self-empowerment, life-long success and community well being through non-traditional and creative programmes, delivered by committed community groups, Corporate partnerships and Social Tithing Partners.” WABY has to date registered over 60 children in the group.

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Untitled-1Young Entrepreneur, and author Warren Cassell Jr. met and addressed several young persons during a special meeting with the group, “We Are Better Youths” (WABY). On Saturday October 11, 2014, Warren Jr. on invitation by the executive of WABY was asked to present with a view to motivate young persons from the challenged area of Laventille in Trinidad and to inspire them to go for greatness despite their social background.

Warren Jr. who spoke on the topic, “Why You Must Approach Success as a duty”, addressed about 50 youths, some mentors and parents. In his address Warren Jr. urged the youths to emulate successful people and adopt a 4-step process he says is working for him. “Success is about living your highest potential and maximizing all the talents that you have and not complaining about what you don’t have,” he said. After his presentation Warren Jr. fielded questions from the young audience about Montserrat, his business and balancing school with his extra curricular activities.RBC, WABY meet W Cassell Jnr-70 copy

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Executive board member of WABY Nichola Harvey expressed his pleasure to have Warren Jr. and told the media that they will surely engage Warren Jr. in future events to further inspire the children that they too will go for greatness.

RBC, WABY meet W Cassell Jnr-78 copyWABY was founded in 2008 as an immediate community response, to the loss of RBC, WABY meet W Cassell Jnr-38 copyseven teenagers to gun violence in the area of Laventille. The main aim of WABY is to provide a haven in the form of a form of a group, to troubled young people. According to WABY founder Nichola Harvey :the executives believe it is the community members who through organized events such as Sunday School, August School, Sports and Christmas events were able to save their generation from all the negatives of the environment. As such they felt that it was necessary to save this current generation of young people giving back to the community through the WABY group as their parents and other senior community members did.”

The organization is guided by the mission statement, “To provide opportunities for youth to develop entrepreneurial attitudes, skills and competencies for self-empowerment, life-long success and community well being through non-traditional and creative programmes, delivered by committed community groups, Corporate partnerships and Social Tithing Partners.” WABY has to date registered over 60 children in the group.

To see more pics, visit our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152473542095852.1073741979.203080105851&type=3