They say being a jack of all trades is what life makes you survive. Coach Mallvine had an opportunity to meet one lady who applies the same figurative speech. Let’s get to know more through this interview for Precious Nyarambi (PN) that was conducted by Coach Mallvine (CM).
CM: Please introduce yourself to our listeners
PN: Precious Nyarambi is a Social Entrepreneur, International Speaker, Coach, Mentor, and Author. She founded Vessels of Virtue, an organization that holistically empowers and transforms youth and women, especially from previously marginalized backgrounds. The organization has a marketplace. The mandate of seeing individuals, families, communities, and nations have a voice over the mountains of influence. Vessels of Virtue has an academy for entrepreneurs, a magazine, a beauty range, and TV. Show under it. The organization collaborates whenever possible. Precious Nyarambi is also the Managing Director for Elohay Cleaners & Prember Holdings.
CM: Please tell us what is a social entrepreneur?
PN: Social entrepreneurship is an approach by individuals, groups, start-up companies, or entrepreneurs, in which they develop, fund, and implement solutions to social, cultural, or environmental issues. This concept may be applied to a wide range of organizations, which vary in size, aims, and beliefs.
What Is a Social Entrepreneur?
A social entrepreneur is a person who pursues novel applications that have the potential to solve community-based problems. These individuals are willing to take on the risk and effort to create positive changes in society through their initiatives. Social entrepreneurs may believe that this practice is a way to connect you to your life’s purpose, help others find theirs, and make a difference in the world (all while eking out a living).
CM: What does it take to be an international speaker?
PN: I am sure there are many ways to becoming an international speaker and are not limited to my contributions here. I think it takes conviction, dedication, diligence, and preparation, the perfection of gift, networking, and exposure to the right people and places. It takes active mentorship, healthy and intentional relationships, and an open mind to learning and being taught.
CM: Tell us more about Vessels of Virtue?
PN: Vessels of Virtue holistically empowers and transforms individuals and communities through:
Training and Development of leaders, entrepreneurs, and social entrepreneurs
Vessels Magazine (online) that features leaders and entrepreneurs
Vessel’s beauty range
Vessels Foundation for Humanitarian work (education of OVC and continuous collaboration with other organizations)
CM: Tell us more about the Vessels of Virtue awards and who qualifies?
PN: Vessels of Virtue as a social enterprise launched Global and Annual Awards that recognizes the achievements of Individuals and founding organizations. The Awards brings together active leaders, entrepreneurs, social entrepreneurs, partners, and stakeholders from around the world. The aim is to acknowledge, appreciate, honor and
Support achievers and help narrate the positive impact Africans are making and the world at large. We recognize the tireless, hard work, sometimes frustrations, outstanding achievements, and visions of small businesses and
Entrepreneurial successes. Individuals can nominate themselves and get others to nominate them using the attached link:
CM: What has been the most challenging part of your career?
PN: Self-mastery, Self-leadership, managing failure, Lack of right knowledge and wisdom that could take me to certain doors easier and quicker, and lastly defining my vision clearer
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