I Knew I Was Going To Be A Musician At Age 10 – Joe Mettle Advises Parents To Invest In Their Children’s Talent

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Multiple Award Winning Gospel Musician, Joseph Oscar Mettle, has advised parents to invest in the talents of their wards.

According to Joe Mettle, it’s about time Parents pay more attention to the talents of their wards. He explained that even though it is very important for them to go to school and reach the highest level they can attain, it is imperative for their parents to help them and invest in their talents which could be anything at all.

Mr Mettle gave this advice in a virtual meeting of kids of the Perbi Cubs Library Services in Accra.

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Perbi Cubs Library Services is an evidence-based literacy-promoting endeavour that desires to see an enlightened people of African descent, who are a product of an enviable national culture of leisure reading.

The Perbi Cubs aims to nurture well-rounded children using their “Lions Inspire Cubs” programme and the reading track and activities based on the GES Curriculum.

Joe added that despite knowing his calling at a tender age, he still went ahead to pursue in a degree in Marketing because education is very necessary.

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“ln pursuing all these, young people should always have their eyes fixed on God.

“I knew that I was called to sing at the age of 10 and since then I did my best to nurture that talent.”

He said he moved from playing the drums to singing with groups just to sharpen the skills.

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Mr Mettle said the discovery of one’s talent could be seen sometimes at an early age, which was usually what the person loves to do and was happy doing. He said to grow and fully maximize that talent, one must spend time to develop it.

“These men and women are referred to as Lions,” she said.


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