MANY TALENTS, ONE GIRL
Marinkie is passionate about doing great for her future through education, aptitudes and self-management.
Markie Tepanyega is one of South Africa’s most talented young women with great passion for doing great. Being a model, dancer, poet and Youth Mentor, the 26 year old is also an executive member of “Ideal Galaxy Exclusive Media and Entertainment”. She is exceptionally self-managed and focuses more on ensuring and maintaining a positive self-image. “I have a feeling of certainty about myself and trust in my own ability which lead to my powerful confidence that come from having a positive self-image and being aware of my SWOT analysis implement,” Markie hold high the statement that says; "beauty with brains" as she completed her matric in 2010, furthered her studies at Tshwane University of Technology studying Human Resources Management.
With her magnificent passion for education, she added Electrical Engineering at Seshego Tvet College. “Being a strong and determined young woman, I found my breakthrough and worked as Data Capturer at Department of sport, arts and culture under library services,” she says.
Markie tried by all means to get out of her comfort zone after her work contract ended. But she did not stop doing the best for her future as she embarked on a journey of furthering her studies and enrolled for a short course in Business Entrepreneur Skill and Kitchen queen. She also obtained a certificate of Inspector Training under Building Regulations, Souls, Geotech, Foundations, Superstructure Roof, Practical completion and Health and Safety at workplace from NHBRC. “This is a born talent to be and am sure to grow as recognisable public figure, role model and business women and years to come,” she says. Young women should first embrace and accept who they are and acknowledge the gift. “My advice to young women is that, they need to learn to understand that the road to success comes with lot of barriers and challenges, but they must also strive for success and never associate themselves with negative people as that contribute a lot into lowering their self-esteem. I say to them, get up, hold your head high, dream it, plan it and live it. It is now or never,” she says.