Unless you were born into a rich family, building wealth can be very hard — depending on the path you choose. Many people look at multi-millionaires and desperately want to know: What’s their secret? How did they get there? What does it take? Those are the things I wanted to know back in 2004, when I began my “Rich Habits” study, in
CEO/Founder: Globacom LimitedChairman: Conoil Producing LtdAge: 66Nationality: NigerianNet worth: US$9.4 billion Background Story: He was born in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria, in 1953 to a low-income family. His father was a school teacher while his mother was a businesswoman. He received his secondary school education at Ibadan Grammar School and Comprehensive High School for his
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Successful people can often be seen following habits consistently. Different entrepreneurs have different ways of doing things, and of course, nothing is guaranteed to bring results, however, there are common behaviours which effective business owners adopt in order to make the most out of their business day. Plan and schedule Apparently Elon Musk schedules his
Balancing everyday life with the demands of your business can be a challenge for many entrepreneurs. If you have a family or other time-consuming commitments it can be difficult to juggle everything, however, it is possible to be successful and still have a life outside of work. Ever since starting a family, I always make
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Name: Tony Onyemaechi Elumelu Founder: ▪︎Heirs Holdings ▪︎Tony Elumelu Foundation Former CEO: The United Bank for Africa (UBA) Age: 56 Nationality: Nigerian Net worth: $USD 700 million dollars. Educational Background ▪︎Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Ambrose Alli University ▪︎Master of Science degree in Economics from University of Lagos ▪︎ Advanced Management Program from Harvard
IK Adusei joins the Award-Winning Talk Show Host, Bernard Avle on the Citi Breakfast Show for Day 17 of the Effective Living Series. He talks about “Entrepreneurship – How to start small” Download full audio here: Audio: Effective Living Series: I.K Adusei on ‘How to start small as an entrepreneur To access the book please
Learn from some nuggets of wisdom in starting a business from scratch on an amazing discussion on how to start a small business in Africa, based on I.K Adusei‘s classic book, How To Start Small: Financial Skills For Business Success. “Every global business first started in a local setting.” – I.K Adusei in his book,
Bill Gates says if you want to be successful for a long time you have to be humble, his 10 advice to young people who want to be rich
He became a billionaire In 1987 at the age of 31 and the richest man in the world at the age of 39. Bill Gates has since then remained one of the richest people in the world. Kind of him, he has given various advice to young people over the years on how they can
In his new book on Financial Skills For Business Success, How To Start Small, I.K Adusei addresses the startup capital challenge and argues why money is the least of the major requirements in starting a business. In chapter 12, page 189 of his groundbreaking book, How To Start Small, the author had this to share.