Abuja city caught a good kind of inferno yesterday, courtesy of #FreeConferenceAbuja organized by Sir Jimi and ma’am Lola Tewe.
What went down yesterday at the NAF Conference Centre, Abuja, cannot be fully captured in pictures, words or even video; it’s better experienced than told. But again, thanks to the internet and social media, it is better to have snippets of what went down than to be totally left in the dark. So yeah, camera and lessons penned down in any medium can still impact the mind of the reader or viewer. Continue reading “Lessons From #FreeConferenceAbuja”
Last two weeks, we started discussions on the Opportunity Series – How to position, recognize and maximize opportunities. We took a brief break from the series last week to attend the Webinar on “Journey of Self Discovery”. More on that at the end of today’s post… For now, let’s dig into the second part of our discourse on the Opportunity Series.
I promised that this quarter, I will be sharing with you my ama-amazing blog fam, tips on how to position, recognize and maximize opportunities even if they are camouflaged as something else. Today, we’ll get started on that.
First, let’s take a look at some definition of the word OPPORTUNITY:
A situation or condition favourable for attainment of a goal.
A good position, chance, or prospect, for advancement or success.
I know it’s the 5th of May already but “Happy New Month” greetings are still in ‘vogue’ so Happy New Month my ama-amazing Blog Fam!!!
So so sorry I’ve been away from here for too long. I literally deserve to be told to kneel down, hands up and close my eyes 🙌 Choi! But please my people, accept my sincere apologies and forgive me. Biko🙏
To be in business, you must be selling a product or service in exchange for monetary value. That is the definition of business paraphrased.
Overtime, you may have heard, or even said so yourself that “business is not moving”. So many factors could lead to such poor return on business investments – poor communication, no competitive edge over other market share-holders, poor positioning, poor packaging, etc. Continue reading “CEO Memoirs: What Are You Really Selling?”