Afrospection with Treza Cooper
A beautiful voice and a big heart, 99FM’s DJ and Newscaster, Treza Cooper shares here her learnings and lessons from the past year, her self examination from Africa… her Afrospection.
Q: How would you describe your 2017?
A: It was definitely an “interesting ” year. Learned a lot about myself and what I need to improve to be better next year. It was also a year of disappointments, things that did not work out the way they should have.
Q: What was something good that came out of 2017?
A: Taking part in the South African Championships of performing arts, winning two medals and a trophy was one of my biggest highlights. Plus landing a job at one of the greatest radio stations in the country.
Q: What challenged you in 2017 and how did you overcome this challenge? (Advice you could share with us for overcoming challenges)
A: I was challenged a lot mentally. Being able to retain focus on the goals I set for 2017, some of which did not work out, proved challenging because there were a lot of distractions and obstacles I had to overcome. 2017 was really a year for learning about living life to your fullest potential, taking risks and stepping outside of your comfort zone.
If I can give some advice, it would be: don’t worry too much. Sometimes things will be good, and sometimes they’ll be bad. The beauty of it all is that you get to learn about your ability to weather any storm in your life and become a better you.
Q: What was your favourite Art in 2017? Theatre, music, movie, artist or art collection…
A: Music most definitely.
Q: What was your biggest health and wellness learning of 2017?
A: Smoking is bad for your health.
Q: What was your biggest personal development learning of 2017?
A: That I am stronger than I thought I was.
As for the Holidays…
Q: What is your favourite food in December?
A: Anything really..Lol. December is always the best time to just go crazy and eat whatever you want.
Q: What is your favourite Namibian destination?
Q: What book should we all be reading?
A: Born to love, cursed to feel.
Q: Where do you find your inspiration?
A: Mostly through music. It really helps with my own aspirations of being an artist.
Q: What is your mantra for life?
A: Capture happy moments even in unhappy times.
Q: What is your wish for the world for 2018?
A: Less violence and more peace.
•Q: What is your wish for Namibia for 2018?
A: Unity amongst our people. We are a country with so much to offer the world. All it takes is for us to work together.
Q: What is your wellness goal for 2018?
A: Drink lots of water.