I will say the first step in the process of a better and sound financial future is the desire to change your financial lifestyle. That desire is what should naturally necessitate you asking yourself the following; Where am I financially?Read More
Sad as it may sound, the health of a business is not guaranteed forever. Virtually all entrepreneurs will face the daunting task of managing the recovery of a dying business. Every business during the course of its existence will experience a near death experience.Read More
Mental toughness takes many forms, some of which include resilience against attack, calmness in the face of uncertainty, persistence through pain, or focus amidst chaos. To live effectively in this world, it is important to learn to develop mental toughness. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 5 ways to build mental toughnessRead More
Risks are a part of life you can’t avoid, especially if you want to be successful. As a result, you have to learn the secrets of taking risks that will help you yield the best results. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 9 of these secrets to help you learn to take risks the right way.Read More
So, you have a good product or service. You have clients who want to buy and at a price that is acceptable to you. You have a supply chain. You have sufficient volume to more than cover your general overheads and you are profitable. Job done, right?Read More
Have you ever considered selling off your company?
It might not be what you want, but it may be the best option. Running a company is full of challenges. As enthusiastic as you may be, sometimes an angry customer will rage in, your passion and savings might whither, leaving you to wonder whether to keep on or sell off your company. Here are five signs that it’s time to sell your company.Read More
As a teenager I remember accompanying mum to a local market on several occasions, mostly for clothing or food shopping. She would go from one shop/vendor to the other, trying to get a fair price and also asking questions about new products. To me then: it was unnecessary, time-wasting and tedious. And on few occasions we got insulted and chased away. But unknown to me, this was a skilled bargainer at work; surveying the market, getting necessary information, and often time than not, we got a lower price for most items.Read More