Entrepreneur Mentors

Nana & Kwaku

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54 Kingdoms Founders believe fashion isn’t something that only exists in the design studio, on the runway or in high end boutiques. Fashion is in the sky, in the street and in the environment we live in. Fashion has to do with the way we live, our history, what’s happening now and what we invent for the future.


Kwaku and Nana were interviewed by Unique Mindset to share their aspiration, dreams and advice for the development of the right mindset.

As a young entrepreneur who develops a good idea, you need to put it down on paper. This is necessary in order to bring the idea to life. After putting it down on paper, you have to make the decision to start working on it.  You cannot let a great idea just sit there.

Failure cannot be avoided. Most success comes from failure. Begin to see failure more of a challenge, not an obstacle.  Most people are so afraid to fail that they never start pursuing their dreams. Everything in life is behind a wall called failure, so embrace it. Things might not go well today, but the ability to get back up is very important.  You don’t fail in life if you fall down; you only fail if you stay down.

The biggest advice we can share is to build a mastermind group. A mastermind group is a group of people coming together for a common cause.  If you’re the smartest person in your group, it might be time to look for a need a new group. This is because in order to be successful in life you need to surround yourself with the right people who will put you on the right track.

Mindset development is a key fundamental to success.  This is because mental stress is the very contagious. It is your responsibility as a person with a vision to have the right mindset. If you have the right mindset, you will find success with whatever you do. This type of mindset does not develop overnight. It takes a lifetime to develop it. Always  remember that your mindset determines where you go in life.

54 Kingdoms is a Kulture not a Brand. Brands come and go, but culture remains.  Everything we do, we put pride and identity first.  Our pride is pan-Africa.  We preserve and promote our culture through our clothing.  When you wear a 54 Kingdom merchandise, you are wearing something that is motivating, empowering and educating; a piece of history.