Are You Ready To Start A Small Business?

Starting a small business is not a walk in the park, especially in Nigeria; a chat with any Nigerian entrepreneur will quickly reveal this. In spite of the many challenges, small businesses continue to spring up daily, and Connect Nigeria continues to support SMEs across Nigeria, recognizing the invaluable role they play in the economy.

Are you considering starting a small business? Have you identified the things that have held you back? Then ask yourself these questions.

Side Hustle: Partner with Me

Speaking of the side hustle phenomenon

LAGOS, NIGERIA: I’m working on an amazing, life-changing project and I need firebrands to partner with.

If you’re open to a #sidehustle and you think we can work well together, send me an email: pinpointcreatives [at]yahoo[dot]com stating what you currently do, and what you’re passionate about.

If you live in the Lekki-Ajah area that’s a plus, as we can meet up right away.

#YourCallingIsCalling

7 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start Your Small Business

If you’re considering starting a small business this year, you are not alone. More and more Nigerians are taking that step, some becoming full-time entrepreneurs and others starting their business as a side hustle. Whichever route you’re taking, it’s absolutely important that you ask yourself certain questions to help you prepare a bit more for this move. Here are just 7 of those questions.

Beware, These 3 Things Will Kill Your Love

The jury is still out on whom or what to blame, but given the mix of movies, talk shows, TV series and books that many young people have spent time with, it’s not surprising that there are several myths about love and relationships that people actually take as truth — including me, once upon a time. We’ve heard these things so much that we’ve come to believe them and end up ruining our chances of building real, lasting love. Here are three of the things I’ve heard recently that bring these myths to mind:

“I’m just not excited about her anymore.” Err…that high wasn’t meant to last forever! “A good relationship = great romance” is a myth. Nobody rides on that high permanently, so it’s a huge mistake to think that when the passion fades, you’re not in love anymore. Many people leave a relationship at this stage and get into another one where, of course, this new person gives them that emotional high they’re looking for. Read more…