July 12, 8:00am - 9:30am CDT. Hosted at Indian Creek Golf Course
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About the speaker
Originally from West Africa, Saikou traveled to the United States in 2004 to attend college. He graduated with a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Jackson State University and currently works for Union Pacific as a Transmission/Network Engineer.
Saikou is also an international speaker and a seasoned storyteller. He helps listeners learn how to end their fears and “Hustle Like an Immigrant.” 1. People with strong “why” for what they do can overcome any obstacle. 2. Having a clearly defined goal is a necessity for success. 3. Self-discipline is the anchor of the hustle like an immigrant mentality. 4. The world belongs to those who make a decision and take a risk. 5. Life is full of challenges and perseverance is a necessary antidote to success.
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The studio spaces, which occupy the entire building, are available for artists of all disciplines. A place where artists can work and interact establishes an atmosphere for creative art discourse. This will not only be an energizing influence on development of art, it will ultimately create relationships with other artists fostering a sense of community.
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