Hey style paddies, I have observed as you likely have too- how most of us while seeking formal white collar jobs after we are through with our youth service just stay idle. My pain however is more in the fact that we are all loaded with gifts that can benefit us financially. I’m actually convinced that’s why we are blessed with them. In my opinion, there are several reasons why we are still “idle” e.g fear, procrastination, a lack of self awareness, a lack of will, low self esteem, lack of capital, lack of planning, lack of foresight, sheer laziness etc
I think with our current economic situation, more of us will be more open to reading this and more willing than ever to at least even try something! We all have to have a plan B. It’s vital.
On this premise, for the next month I hope to inspire and encourage us …to step out and do something!
I will be introducing a Nigerian female fashion entrepreneur weekly. They will share their stories here…the good, bad and the ugly and yes! As they now have bragging rights, we will be showcasing their works too! When I look back at how scared I was about starting this blog and how amazing a journey it has been, I am more determined to follow through and possibly try all I can! 😀
I’m so looking forward to July-Our entrepreneur’s month!
#girlsrule #Girliepower #wonderwoman #YesYOUcan! #buyNigerian
In the spirit of entrepreneurship, going forward we will be presenting young business savvy females at intervals. Who knows, it just might be you soon! Modus operandi in 2 simple steps as follows:
*Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information- a bit about yourself, the kind of business you do, your contact details including your social media handles.
*Once you have been selected for the upcoming month, we will contact you to arrange an interview( video/audio & written) date.
Don’t be scared…they’re mere shadows ladies! Go for it!