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FROM WAISTLINE TO BOTTOM LINE
The long awaited fat transfer book. This book is a compilation of lessons learnt on my fitness and entrepreneurial journey. I share how I lost 15kg and grew the Xclamations brand using the same principles. If you want to shrink your waist or fatten your bottom line or simply want to learn practical success principles that can be applied to every area of life then this book is for you. Now available for pre-order at a discount.
18 Secrets from 18 years in business
The “How to Start a Ready-To-Wear label in Nigeria” course is based on 16 years experience of running a successful proudly Nigerian ready to wear brand. The modules are easy to assimilate and are based on practical working knowledge of this subsector.
At the end of this course you will have a roadmap to guide you through your journey to launching your ready to wear line and also a manual to you can refer to irrespective of what stage you are in your career.
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From the Blog
My final excuse for this series is a lie from the pit of hell!!! Excuse no.6 “I cannot afford it” or “I don’t have the money”. I’ve used this excuse many times, but what I was saying was “I am not ready to start small”. Everything can be done on a smaller scale, and I...
Excuse no.5 Hmm, what can I say about my relationship with this excuse? This one has certainly cost me. I’m humble enough to say I have used this a couple of times as an excuse not to do something I really wanted to do, and so this excuse elicits some feelings of regret. But thankfully...
Excuse No.4 is the one that threatens everything I try to do. It showed up when I wanted to get married, start having babies, start @xclamations, and it raised its ugly head big time when I wanted to write my book. This excuse will convince you that you are not lazy, you don’t procrastinate, you...
Excuse No.3 is the worst of all my excuses. I almost always think “I am not good enough” before stepping up. We give this excuse fancy names like imposter syndrome or inferiority complex because we know this one runs deep. Personally, I have accepted that this feeling of inadequacy will never go away and so...