Inspiring College students to success

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Prem Goyal visited BSix Brook House Sixth Form College on Monday 14 December, where he lectured two groups of students, 250 in total, on the keys to creating a successful career.

Prem stressed the importance of setting sights on university education and investing time into achieving their individual goals. He recommended to the students that they spend time volunteering in their communities, partaking in charitable activities such as the London Marathon, to hone their leadership and interpersonal skills.

During his speech, he also told students that people spend four to six hours per day creating other celebrities by watching TV and spending time on social media. He encouraged them to spend their spare time doing activities to raise their own stature, so they can become their own celebrities in their field.

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Following his speech, there was an interactive Q&A where students asked Prem about his business experiences.

Following the session, Rebekah Westgate, Assistant Principal at BSix Sixth Form College, said to Prem in a message: “It was so good to see you and we really appreciated the time that you spent here at our College and the value of what you talked to our students about.”

Thank you to Rebekah Westgate for organising this insightful event.

Written by APP Reporter

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