Archive | January, 2017

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The Need to Explore Cheaper Local Alternative Feed Ingredients In Formulating Least Cost Diets

31 January 2017

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Rising prices of major feed ingredients like Maize, Fish Meal and Soya beans plus dangers associated with aflatoxin complications in use of groundnut cake, have driven many farm business owners to explore alternative feed ingredients. But in doing so, they also have to enter uncharted territory. Locally available ingredients which are often cheaper, typically tend […]

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PII 051: One State of Mind You Need to Defeat Adversity

30 January 2017

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In last week’s issue of my Performance Improvement Ideas (PII) newsletter, I talked about how you need to share your vision with others. How you need to infect other people with your enthusiasm and insights. Now, in this issue I’m going to talk about poverty. I’m sure many who read the above will wonder what […]

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Video Part 2: [Excel Heaven Tutorial 07] Macro Protect or Unprotect Worksheets in a Workbook

29 January 2017

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Today, I emailed the second and concluding part of the screenshot video tutorial titled “[Excel Heaven Tutorial 07] Macro Protect or Unprotect Worksheets in a Workbook” – announced on this blog 2 weeks ago – to members of my Excel Heaven Visual Basic Automation Club. Click here to request a copy of the video tutorial – […]

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Protected: The FARM CEO (Issue 71) : 11 Business Opportunities in Africa That Will Make More Millionaires in 2016, Investing in Africa’s agriculture is the next best thing, AGRICULTURE INVESTMENT IN AFRICA: TOP COUNTRIES TO FOCUS ON, African farming is the new frontier for brave investors

29 January 2017

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Succeed Even In Economic Recession by Developing Multiple Competencies [Hint: Become a Multipreneur]

27 January 2017

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When I decided to become – and later begin calling myself – a MULTIPRENEUR in 2004 (2 years after I became a startup), many people criticized me for “doing too many things”. Some said I was trying to be a “Jack of All Trades” and anytime I had a setback they readily pointed out that […]

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[RECOMMENDED] Role of Feed Mill Laboratory Towards Improving Feed Quality – Feature article from thepoultrysite.com

26 January 2017

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Below is a preview of an excellent article I found on thepoultrysite dot com – which I recommend EVERY livestock Farm CEO read! It’s packed full of practical wisdom about the value a  Feed Mill Laboratory can add to the feed formulation operations of a commercial livestock farming entreprise. Even if you do NOT own a […]

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Study Your Child’s Naughty Actions to Discover Her Genius [True Story: Secretly Keeping a Pet Turtle – Then Getting Caught & Flogged!]

25 January 2017

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Kids will always get into trouble. Every parent must accept this as a reality. What matters is how we help them LEARN from the mistakes they make, so they arrive adulthood as well rounded and competent individuals. I for one got into all sorts of trouble between the ages of 10 and 16. Today, I […]

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PII 050: You Cannot Achieve Your Goals All Alone (Hint: How to Get Others to Gladly Support You to Succeed)

23 January 2017

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2 weeks ago, in issue “PII 048” of this Performance Improvement Ideas (PII) newsletter, I explained why “You Need to Habitually Study Successful People”, if you wish “To Make Success a Habit. In that piece I also explained why you need to analyze your failures (and they will be MANY) also in order to learn […]

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Protected: THE FARM CEO (Issue 71): Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund, AWARD LAUNCHES 2016 GAIA AGTECH INNOVATION CHALLENGE, 50 New Innovative Agriculture Business Ideas in 2017

22 January 2017

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Fear Can Be Very Costly!

20 January 2017

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This is a true story. Names, dates and locations have been changed. —- It was a quiet afternoon in March 1995.  She was visiting me as usual in the Training Centre, during break time. Annogu looked at me and said “Tayo, I hope you’re not going to get so busy as you often do, and […]

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