Although this may give you anxiety, the main problem in Ghana is the economy’s collapse owing to mismanagement and unemployment.
We accept any proposition from a guy since our salary is inadequate to satisfy our needs, she said, adding that she and other ladies do the same.
The current economic downturn is worldwide, however it is felt more acutely in certain economies than others. Developed countries are in trouble, with the bulk of their inhabitants facing ‘unimaginably’ high interest and inflation rates for the first time in their lifetimes.
The impacts are substantial in most emerging and underdeveloped nations, leading in political turmoil and instability. The impact has been felt in Ghana’s energy, food, transportation, and other economic sectors. Nobody can tell when these difficult times will end, as they did in the early days of COVID-19. It is an economic enigma.
According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank, the world may be on the verge of a global recession in 2023, with a string of financial crises still looming. What this essentially implies for the average Ghanaian is that circumstances will not improve in the following year. To survive the present and future economic crises, you must develop ways for managing your resources, both personal and economic.
Understand that certain things are within your control, while others are not. So, for your own sanity, focus on the things you can control, such as your perspective, beliefs, value, actions, and so on, and let go of the things you can’t, such as the economy, politics, time, weather, and so on. “Make the greatest use of what is within your control, and accept the rest as it comes,” Epictetus said. “When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves,” said Viktor Frankl.