Thursday, 29 October 2015
It may be for you or someone around you
(1)The Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert Program For Global Educators | http://goo.gl/hGSRSX
(2) 2016 WEPs CEO Leadership Awards | http://goo.gl/EOIjgI
(3) World YWCA Internship Programme 2016 – Geneva, Switzerland (Fully-funded) | http://goo.gl/wCjbMe
(4) AGCO African Ambassador Contest 2015 | http://goo.gl/f1qrqV
(5)WZB-ISSC Global Fellowship Programme (Fully-Funded)|http://goo.gl/en7h98
(6) IREX Community Solutions U.S. Fellowship Program 2015 (fully-funded) | http://goo.gl/HrscQr
(7)Muzinda Hub Business Plan Competition | http://goo.gl/vZDzeJ
(8) UN Voices of Youth Blogging Internship 2015-16 | http://goo.gl/im50uA
(9) Unesco-Hamden Prize 2015-16 | http://goo.gl/G0uei4
(10)Training Fellowship by the European Society of Surgical Oncology |http://goo.gl/MeqJ3O
(11) Africa’s Land & Food Masters Fellowship in The UK (Fully-funded) |http://goo.gl/9oPR8L
(12) Miles Morland Foundation Writing Scholarships For Africans |http://goo.gl/hf7HIi
(13)African Leadership Academy Pre-university Program 2016 |http://goo.gl/WkLHtD
(14) World Bank Group Winter Internship- Washington, D.C., USA |http://goo.gl/UDB87o
(15) 2016 Central and West Africa Peace Fellowship |http://goo.gl/owD4xN
(16) Fully-Funded MENA Regional Youth Advocacy Workshop on Global Citizenship Education | http://goo.gl/iw8v0V
(17) 2016 Fellowships at the Centre for Global Cooperation Research |http://goo.gl/yckb7m
(18) Hong International Scholarship for Foreign Students to Study in Japan |http://goo.gl/r8AB8N
(19) Innovation Prize For Africa -$150,000 USD in Cash Prize |http://goo.gl/Fl9SkV
(20) Full-time & Part-time MBA Scholarships and Bursaries-Norwich Business School, UK | http://goo.gl/caE1Tz
Don't quit yet, you will soon get there.....
Monday, 26 October 2015
Each individual have their own targets. This boils down to the priority of individual. These are few steps to “HIT” your target e.g “TO MAKE A MILLION”
1. It's never been easier.
It has never been easier, so don’t make it so difficult. There is so much money in the world today and so many ways to get yourself known. The first thing you have to know is that it’s out there and it’s not that hard. In fact, everyone will be a millionaire in their lifetime: #50,000 per year times 20 years equals #1million.
2. Saving won’t do.
The old idea of saving every penny is not the way today. Save to invest and don’t see saving as property. Savings is never an investment but a means. You can’t simply save your way to the first million without becoming old, at which point the money probably won’t matter to you.
3. Live below your means.
Live below the money you are making. Not because you are depriving yourself, but because you are seeking to bank millions. No one has ever done business with me because of the suit I wear, the watch I have on my wrist or the shoe I put on. Live below your means until you don’t have to anymore. Time will take you out at the end.
4. Mature from income to investor.
The way to get rich is to make investments, but you can’t do that if your income doesn’t allow for you to set aside money to invest. The only reason to make and save money is so that you can invest it. Only invest money in projects you know will score and never give up your income.
5. Start acting like a boss.
Quit acting poor and quit acting like you are a spectator. Boss up in everything. When the Bill comes for dinner, boss up. When you have to invest money to get information, buy a list, grow your brand or learn to sell. You need to write the cheque like a boss, not like a little whiner.
6. Automate a pay-yourself-first program.
Set up with your employer to pay yourself to a savings account so that you have money deposited each month before you get a cheque to pay your bills and live your life. This is one thing I started doing when I was 20 years old that kept me "broke" without money to lose or waste and forced me to continue to hustle. When you have enough money at hand, you will assume that you have hit your target. This is the step that will make number five possible.
7. Be in a hurry.
Be the hare, the turtle and the millionaire! The only thing that comes to those that are patient are the crumbs left behind by those in a hurry, but do not be carried away. Be wise, know when to apply caution. It is like man driving and hurrying somewhere, at a time he has to apply break and later on then accelerate.
8. Do the millionaire math.
Do the math on what it takes to hit a million. If you make #50,000 a year and can figure out how to put away 40 percent of it (that is my saving target) it will take you 50 years times #20,000 per year to get there. If you don’t do your math you won’t get there because you won’t have the right mindset. Math is a universal language. And if you can invest
9. Do not diversify on an unknown field.
I know the diversification concept is popular, but it’s wrong to diversify on something you don’t know about. It is even advisable to streamline your field. If you are going to bank a million before you are old and tired you need to pick something you believe in and know it's going to work and go all in.
10. Seek multiple flows.
If you don’t get multiple flows happening you will never create financial freedom. Don’t confuse number 10 with multiple flows. These are not conflicts -- have parallel flows going. Don’t make your first flow disconnected, make it similar so that it takes less energy and less resources. Make all the income stream channels an interwoven one i.e. a link-able channel.
WHICH YOU ALL THE BEST!!!!!!
Wednesday, 21 October 2015
Thursday, 15 October 2015
Opportunity are all around for us to get and enjoy. There comes an opportunity again, as you know that BUSINESS BREEDERS IS ALL ABOUT IMPROVING AND BRING OUT THE POTENTIALS IN US.
We also inform you of the numerous opportunity around us.
If you have any challenges concerning the registration or for more information, please do not hesitate to leave a comment below.
Wednesday, 14 October 2015
A business plan is a written description of your business's future, a document that tells what you plan to do and how you plan to do it. If you jot down a paragraph on the back of an envelope describing your business strategy, you've written a plan, or at least the germ of a plan.
Now that you understand why you need a business plan and you've spent some time doing your homework gathering the information you need to create one, it's time to roll up your sleeves and get everything down on paper. The following pages will describe in detail the seven essential sections of a business plan: what you should include, what you shouldn't include, how to work the numbers and additional resources you can turn to for help. With that in mind, jump right in.
Within the overall outline of the business plan, the executive summary will follow the title page. The summary should tell the reader what you want. This is very important. All too often, what the business owner desires is buried on page eight. Clearly state what you're asking for in the summary.
The business description usually begins with a short description of the industry. When describing the industry, discuss the present outlook as well as future possibilities. You should also provide information on all the various markets within the industry, including any new products or developments that will benefit or adversely affect your business.
Market strategies are the result of a meticulous market analysis. A market analysis forces the entrepreneur to become familiar with all aspects of the market so that the target market can be defined and the company can be positioned in order to garner its share of sales.
The purpose of the competitive analysis is to determine the strengths and weaknesses of the competitors within your market, strategies that will provide you with a distinct advantage, the barriers that can be developed in order to prevent competition from entering your market, and any weaknesses that can be exploited within the product development cycle.
Design & Development Plan
The purpose of the design and development plan section is to provide investors with a description of the product's design, chart its development within the context of production, marketing and the company itself, and create a development budget that will enable the company to reach its goals.
Operations & Management Plan
The operations and management plan is designed to describe just how the business functions on a continuing basis. The operations plan will highlight the logistics of the organization such as the various responsibilities of the management team, the tasks assigned to each division within the company, and capital and expense requirements related to the operations of the business.
Financial data is always at the back of the business plan, but that doesn't mean it's any less important than up-front material such as the business concept and the management team.
Wednesday, 7 October 2015
What do you do when you have access to internet?
Do you just chat and caught fun with your friends throughout the day?
Do you surf around the net searching for information?
May i tell you that there millions of opportunities around you. As an entrepreneur or to be, time management should be part of your watchword.
All great entrepreneurs are always watchful of their time because "TIME IS MONEY", "TIME SPENT CAN NEVER BE RECOVERED" and i can wrap it up and say "TIME IS KNOWLEDGE"
As an entrepreneur/CEO/founder/director, let YOUR TIME COUNT TO YOU.
Anyway, this is where am going to; try and equip your self with KNOWLEDGE through online courses. There are free and certified courses you can do online without any fee.
Some this are website:
I have taken my time to surf the internet to get across to us this website.
Do not think am leading without example, I AM ALSO A STUDENT OF SOME OF THESE INSTITUTIONS.
I have earn certificate free of charge (though some involves little fee) through my commitment. As an entrepreneur, must keep learning and constantly equipping yourself with knowledge
THESE OPPORTUNITIES ARE FOR YOU, WHY NOT GRAB IT NOW!!!
You need more information or guidance, feel free to contact me or place your comment(s) below.
SEE YOU AT THE TOP!!!!
Tuesday, 6 October 2015
Most people give different excuses as their challenges to kick start their idea and turn them to a reality . Some stood on the ground of "LACK OF CAPITAL" and Some "INADEQUATE LABOUR".
But may i tell you, that any idea or innovation that is genuine will find its away out of the sack and germinate.
There are many of opportunities around you which will benefit you and help you to implement that genuine idea of you.
CHECK THIS OUT!!!!!
Monday, 5 October 2015
Most people have half baked knowledge about this business and has made them to run into loss. This business can fetch you a worthwhile profit if all the processes are well known.
Here are the steps;
STEP1: MIGRATE TO MTN BIZ PLUS
STEP2: LOAD A MINIMUM OF 10,000 RECHARGE CARDS ON YOUR PHONE.
STEP3: SUBSCRIBE TO SHARE DATA BY PRESSING *461# AND FOLLOW THE PROCEDURES
STEP4: THE RECHARGE CARD WILL CLEARED-OFF FROM YOUR ACCOUNT AND 10G WORTH OF DATA WILL BE GIVEN TO YOU.
STEP5: TO SHARE THE DATA, PRESS *461# AND FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE TO SHARE ANY AMOUNT YOU WANT TO.
NOTE: THE 30DAYS STARTS FROM THE DAY YOU SUBSCRIBE FOR THE DATA SHARE AND IT WILL REFLECT TO ANY ONE YOU SHARE THE DATA WITH.
ALSO, YOU CAN ONLY SHARE THE DATA WITH A MAXIMUM OF 10 PEOPLE
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE AVAILABLE MARKET FOR YOUR SALES....
WHY NOT MAKE IT REAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!
1. Empty bank accounts
"As entrepreneurs, we tend to be really bad at hanging onto cash. As soon as there is some money in the bank, we are constantly reinvesting in our companies. While this has great ROI potential, it leaves us vulnerable to shifts in the marketplace. Keeping cash is like having insurance against life ... you just don't know what's going to happen in your business or personal life that may require you to have cash on hand, but you will be very thankful you had it when that time comes."
2. Spending without an ROI in mind
"Every you money spend as a company/entrepreneur has to have a potentially positive ROI. Don't chase after vanity or 'branding,' unless you can quantify it somehow. It doesn't have to always have a positive ROI, that's why you test, but it has to have the potential."
3. Being too frugal
"Don't skimp on costs necessary to grow your business, even if you're not making a lot of money yet. The same frugality you apply to your personal life doesn't apply in business. Spend money on products and services that simplify your business life, make you more efficient or grow your ultimate bottom line. Think long term and guard yourself against unnecessary burnout due to doing too much yourself."
4. Disorganization that leads to extra expenses
"Disorganization is toxic. Missed deadlines, out-of-control expenses and the constant 'where-did-I-put-that' scrambling all act as friction on your forward momentum and growth. Put into practice a system of organization that enables you to keep the nuts and bolts in place, so you can work your high-value magic efficiently."
5. Expensing everything at tax time
"Thinking it's OK to expense everything because it's a tax write-off, especially if it's not essential to your company."
6. Not knowing when to pivot (or quit)
"I see this one a lot: pouring money into your business when you should be pivoting or shutting down. You should have traction (paying customers) within a few months after starting the business. If you're using another definition of 'traction' then you're just fooling yourself, wasting your time, and delaying the inevitable."
While you are busy workings in your business, trying to create the next big thing, don’t forget to work on your business as well and keep an eye on the financial shape of your company.
Eating a two-pound of full chicken will mess you up for a couple days. Drinking a wine of #200,000 will mess you up for a couple weeks. But making one of the above financial blunders? That could mess you up for life.