Archive | February, 2015

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Speaking Ideas: The 90 Word Secret To Remembering Your Speech Outline

28 February 2015

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“The average man does not use above ten percent of his actual inherited capacity for memory. He wastes the ninety per cent by violating the natural laws of remembering.” – Carl Seashore Nothing can be more devastating than finding out in the middle of your delivery that you cannot recall one or more key points […]

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To Succeed, Your Child Needs to Develop Purpose in Life

27 February 2015

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By “purpose”, I mean the ultimate, over riding objective that you set for yourself to achieve over your entire lifetime. It has been said that a well-defined purpose is actually one that will keep a person busy trying to achieve it till he/she dies. However, that person would derive the greatest satisfaction and fulfillment not […]

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Preparing Young People To Become Successful Adults – Using Extracurricular Activities

26 February 2015

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What follows are a few ideas I have advocated over the past decade (based on personal successes I have achieved as a parent and mentor), regarding use of specific extracurricular activities to empower young people – especially those still undergoing schooling. 1. Team Working/Building Activities: To help students learn how to work with others towards […]

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Does Your Website Repay the Money You Spend to Keep it Online? (If NOT, Here’s How to Make It Do So!)

25 February 2015

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One of my strategic objectives as a Performance Improvement Specialist is helping business owners develop and implement low cost web marketing systems and strategies that will increase their marketing mileage, while lowering their expenses. But in doing this, I have noticed the following trend amongst many Nigerian business owners and decision makers. Please note that […]

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7 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Spend Money (Hint: If You Worry About Paying More Than You Should, THIS Article is for YOU!)

24 February 2015

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Let me begin by stating that the ideas I offer here were obtained from studying Jeffery Meyer’s Succeeding In Business Newsletter issues. Adapting them to my purposes has actually helped me repeatedly convince prospects to buy from (or hire) me. If you are an entrepreneur, understanding the ideas I offer here, if you apply them […]

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No. 182: You Need to Persevere and Innovate In spite of Adversity

23 February 2015

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Entrepreneurs – and I mean authentic, honest, integrity driven ones – remain an endangered species in Nigeria. Most of them never really do well enough to truly flourish like their counterparts in more friendly climes. That reality is in contrast to what happens in societies that Strive Masiyawa says “attract foreign investment and advance/develop” (as […]

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To Succeed, Understand That Lack Of Capital Cannot Stop YOU!

22 February 2015

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“FACT: Lack Of Capital is one silly – yet deadly – myth that can make you fail even before you start running your own business.” – Tayo K. Solagbade I already touched on this theme, in a separate article titled “7 Deadly Myths That Can Stop You From Succeeding” but later decided its seriousness made […]

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Why You Need to Avoid Getting Carried Away With Success

20 February 2015

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James Cook in his book titled “The Startup Entrepreneur” explained that certain successful entrepreneurs get very uneasy whenever things seemed to be going (in their opinion) “too smoothly”. They are rarely comfortable with “good times” and when such times come upon them, they take pains to stay on the alert for things t In a […]

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Dealing With Stereotypes and Innuendoes (True Story of a Nigerian Location Independent Multipreneur)

19 February 2015

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2 years ago, when I first relocated to Cotonou, from Lagos, the first few months exposed me to raw cynicism from most Beninese citizens I met…and it always happened once they learned I was Nigerian. I’ve shared several true stories about specific encounters I had, including one with a widely traveled PhD holder who was […]

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A Positive Mindset, Mental Stamina, and Visualisation Will Always Lead You to Success!

18 February 2015

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In this article, I share the kind of thinking that will enable you to repeatedly overcome adversity and progress – even as an entrepreneur breaking new grounds in a very difficult environment – to pursue authentic success, with honesty and integrity. 1. Development Of A Positive Mind Set: A lot of people out here are […]

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