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Entrepreneurship is an Attitude

“What is entrepreneurship? Is it a destination or a journey? To me, entrepreneurship is an attitude” – York Zucchi, healthcare entrepreneur and venture capitalist

entrepreneurship is an attitude

A young female tailor and aspiring entrepreneur – Tania Habimana, travels across Africa making suits for established business people – she uses this opportunity as a way to interview, gain insights and advice from Africans who have made it both in and out of Africa. Continue reading

FOCUS: A Key to Succeeding in Online Business

Recently, I was buzzed up by a friend via GTalk (GoogleTalk). He asked me I’m I planning to build my next big thing. I gave him my answer and we went on and on talking about online businesses and some other things that counts towards succeeding online. One of the thing that kept showing up in our conversation was “focus“. He told me about his present online business (which I new when he started it) and how he has been working night and day to build his next big thing that he is going to be focusing on. I’m so sure he’ll succeed at it Continue reading

My Twitter Chat Interview on Career Lessons #CareerLessons

It’s almost a year ago I did the Career Lessons interview on Twitter with the host – Sam Semako. Precisely, this “Career Lessons” interview was conducted on Twitter on Sunday 10th, August 2014 at 7pm (in Nigeria). I first met with Sam Semako on Twitter while doing my weekend tweets on #TwitterMarket (Saturdays) and #TweetChurch (Sundays). The weekend tweets has been paused for some months. I’ll probably be re-starting them. Anyways, here is the content of the interview. I hope you’ll learn something from it. Continue reading

Write “I Score a Goal” 1000 times

I woke up today remembering what happened to me several years ago when I was still a kid. Myself, one of my uncles and few other people were watching a football/soccer match on TV (probably Arsenal FC or Super Eagles of Nigeria). I kept shouting “goal” whenever a player makes an attempt (a shot) to score a goal. After the match, my uncle asked me to write “I score a goal.” 1000 times. Imagine, writing “I score a goal” 1000 times on several sheets of paper. That is like 4000 words. And if you count the characters, that’s like 15,000 characters. Continue reading

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