So it’s 2019! We are grateful to God for the new year. This short recap (video) is to say a big ‘Thank you’ to all our clients for making our 2018 worthwhile. Thank you for your business. We anticipate a bigger and better 2019 (especially now that our service unit has been ‘adopted’ by— (please look forward to the big news on our new partnership). … Continue reading Our 2018 In Review. Thanks For Your Business.
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Evil triumphs where good men do nothing! -Edmund Burke When ‘ordinary’ men underrate the power of their ‘little’ contribution, they quit trying. However, evil triumphs when good men do nothing, and what is required for our desired change starts with little things… Like … Few good men to speak the truth Few praying men to stand in the… Continue reading Poem: Just A Little Yeast…
… heavy perfumes can also be a real turnoff. Likewise excessive make-up. Still on Office Etiquette, today we take a look at some general codes of conduct, starting with your personal grooming and conduct. Sequel to our last post, “Why Office Etiquette? The Power of an Employee…”, sure after this post, you’d understand why employers seek to hire or promote individuals who would enhance the … Continue reading Office Etiquette: Grooming and Habits – It Starts with YOU!
Do you have a wish list for this Christmas? I mean a real wish list for the coming year? By all means you should! One of the reasons why people (even Christians) maintain the status quo, go round the same mountains and remain on the same level yearly is that we get too busy with the survival issues of everyday life. Therefore, we fail to … Continue reading You Really Should Have a Wish List THIS Christmas…
We start our week with our Lessons of 2017 series, and our first ‘lesson learnt’ , also one of the greatest is: Hit The Iron While It Is Still RED HOT, in other words Follow up on your business leads promptly and relentlessly. Follow up on your leads, ideas, opportunities etc. promptly and accurately for greater results in 2018 In our Year-end Review series, we … Continue reading Lessons of 2017 (1): Hit the Iron while it’s still RED HOT…
There’s one sweet name that readily comes to mind at every mention of Poetry in today’s evolving literary world. The name even seeps through the nerdy confines of the industry to the contemporary world of groovy people, oldies and millennials alike, who definitely can’t relate to orthodox Shakespearean literature. It’s the name of a very fine young African poet who has brought life, entertainment, storytelling, … Continue reading “Why it is Important to Present your Content Decently and Professionally…” – Poetolu, Award winning Poet and Author
Just anyone can dream big. But while everyone can talk the talk and fake it, can everyone walk the walk? Success doesn’t just happen. There is a make up, a mindset and a set of habits required for success. Talk is cheap. Fake stuffs are a dime a dozen. Besides, they don’t last. They can’t stand the test of time. Aristotle once rightly said, We … Continue reading The Mindset Required for Success in 2018
The festive season kicks off in a few days. Therefore, at just about 40 days to year end, there’s no better time to review the performance of your business (or career) for the year than now. “So, what exactly should I review?” someone may ask. Here are few suggestions: What gets measured gets improved – Peter Drucker 1. Retake a SWOT analysis of your business … Continue reading How a Year-end Performance Review Benefits Your Business
Ignorance is not bliss in business these days, especially with millions of free online resources, trainings, webinars, etc. up for grabs, particularly as opt-ins in exchange for your email. And considering that those who need these resources most would rather have a foretaste of anything worth their every cent, and not blindly pay for every nice-to-have in a world where good resources don’t come cheap, … Continue reading Business Tips : When Email Subscriptions become a Headache
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The Unprofitable Servant feels grossly disadvantaged Heavily plagued by the ‘Not-Enough-Syndrome’ “I’m not good enough Not rich enough Not connected enough…. This venture doesn’t look profitable enough… So why try?” Thus he scorns his treasures Short-changing his destiny unawares Waiting for… That One BIG Day That GREAT One-Shot That Million-Dollar Deal Ever wondering why it’s soooo late in… Continue reading ‘Big-Day Syndrome’ – A Poem by Funmi Adebayo