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The Deaf Listener

The Deaf Listener – We have two ears and one mouth and we should use them proportionally. “Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply” Stephen R. Covey It is often said that we hear with our ears but we listen

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The Curious Case of broken Jaw II

The Curious Case of Broken Jaw II -a gripping true life story that taught me valuable lessons. “4 out of 5 motorcycle accidents end in injury or death” The night before, I had slept an angry and displeased man. And to make matters even worse, I was awoken in the

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The Curious Case of broken Jaw

The Curious Case of Broken Jaw -a gripping true life story that taught me valuable lessons. “4 out of 5 motorcycle accidents end in injury or death” From the corner of my eyes, I saw the motorcycle flip in one quick instant high up in the air and with a

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Low Hanging Fruits

Low Hanging Fruits -how entrepreneurs can capture a niche market using piggybacking techniques. “Build something 100 people love, not something 1 million people kind of like.” – Brian Chesky, cofounder of Airbnb This is a follow up to an earlier post titled “The Missing Piece” which is the first in

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Retail Location is Gold?

Retail Location is Gold? – Can the Retail Cluster Strategy for fuel stations provide competitive advantage in Nigeria? “It’s not so much about where we’re at, but where we want to go from where we’re at.” ― Craig D. Lounsbrough Using location as a competitive advantage in business is not

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The Missing Piece

The Missing Piece – how the Niche strategy can help entrepreneurs grow their failing businesses. “If it scares you, it might be a good thing to try” Seth Godin Being an entrepreneur has its perks, not only is starting a business important for economic survival, it allows the founder (business

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