Social Media: Why should I use it to sell my brand?

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Social Media Week just ended and social media is the new buzz! From Facebook to Snapchat, chances are you have, at least, one social media account. However some people still don’t realise how powerful social media is as a marketing tool. With billions of people glued to their phones and computers daily here’s why your brand needs to be advertised on social media. It’s trendy  : As shallow as this sounds, trends matter in marketing. Imagine if you had to hire a secretary and one of the applicants told you she only used manual typewriters? Or maybe you met this […]

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First Give-Away of the YEAR! Goal Journal

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I’m huge on goal setting. Mainly because I’ve found that when you actually elucidate and write down your goals then achieving them becomes less of a dream. That’s why I was excited when some amazing women designed goal journals to help make goal setting and tracking easier. I will be giving  out three of Liz Taylor’s “Eva Wright Goal Trackers”. Just do the following ; 1. Subscribe to the blog 2. Repost giveaway on IG 3. let me know why you think this goal tracker will be a useful tool in your quest to being a better you. Ps. Winners […]

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Rejection; 5 Ways to Make the Most of it!

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Saying “no” may not be easy but hearing “no” is even tougher. When setting goals one  challenge people face is rejection. It can be pretty tough when your goals are dependent on someone else saying “yes”, however rejection is part of life and rather than allow it deter you it can be a moment to reassess and re-strategise  ways to achieving your goal. For example, you may be an aspiring author and the big book publishers have rejected your manuscript,  rather than give up sit down and ask your self why and keep it at it, you may decide to up your skills […]

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Smashing your New Year Goals!

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I love BellaNaija they are a worldclass platform and Uche Pedro just gets it! Thats why I am always glad to contribute to their platfrom. Here is a piece they published a few days ago on their platform. It’s also reproduced below. Read, share and let me know what tips have helped you smash your goals… enjoy! Happy New Year! When I was younger, I fantasized about counting down till the clock struck midnight and then kissing my beau! However, as a good Naija Christian lady, I usually cross over into each year in a house of worship, praying and […]

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Setting Goals all year round!

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Setting goals is an activity that has become synonymous with the New Year, but in reality we should set goals year round. Well-defined goals are imperative as they help us focus our energy in the right direction. If for any reason you didn’t  set any goals for 2016 don’t despair – there’s always time to set new ones and like a friend says plans are like scripts which can guide but shouldn’t be too rigid that thy can’t be adjusted. While I can’t say I have been able to achieve every goal I set out for myself here are some […]

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Book Review : Toke Makinwa’s “On Becoming”

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 I love books and when I first heard about Toke’s book I was like “good for you!”, as anyone that has the discipline to sit down and write a book has my respect. However I was not sure I was going to read her book but at the end I am really glad I did! It gave me an insight into who Toke really is and I applaud her courage and strength. Yes Toke has her flaws like all of us, but she has kept her eyes on the goal and has been able to become the star she always wanted  to be. […]

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Helping your child adjust to financial changes

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We are in a recession and most people are finding ways to cut costs in everywhere. One sector that has felt the effect of cost cutting  is the education sector. Some Parents are having to remove their children from expensive schools and putting them in more affordable schools. In some cases, children who attend schools in the UK or else where in “the abroad” are having to come back to seek alternatives in Nigeria. While this may not seem like a big deal, it may be a big blow to some children’s  self esteem, if not well handled. Here are […]

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