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5 Amazing advice to help you in Business and in Life

Over the years, I have heard people give amazing advice to upcoming and inspiring entrepreneurs to help them in their journey, among them are these 5 keys advice that i think will not just help people in business but also in the ordinary works of life. Below are 5 amazing advice am sure will help us all. if you enjoy this article after reading please ensure to share it with your loved ones. Thank you in advance. 1. Time is the most valuable thing you haveMy father, was my first and best mentor. He taught me to analyze my day on a dollar-a-minute basis. Every day, I examine the week ahead. I evaluate where to dedicate my time before moving things around. I ask, “How long will this take? What’s my upside? What’s the opportunity cost?” I turn down free equity in people’s businesses every day because they want too much of my time: a weekly one-hour call, a monthly face-to-face meeting, a quarterly retreat. But it’s a startup. If it makes $1 million in three years, I’ll get 5 percent, which…

Youth in Africa should turn to Entrepreneurship for Answers

Considering the depressed state of the formal job market in Africa, it’s a good thing that more and more youth in Sub-Saharan Africa are looking to entrepreneurship to secure their future. Young people on the continent are more upbeat about their ability to become entrepreneurs than their peers in any other region, according to a recent global study. As many as 60% of 18 to 34-year-olds on the continent who took part in a joint study by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) and Youth Business International (YBI) were optimistic about the availability of good business opportunities, and believed they had the skills and knowledge to start a business. This compares to just over 17% of young people in the European Union, almost 17% in Asia Pacific and South Asia, and around 30% in North America. The only other region that came close to Sub-Saharan Africa’s optimism was Latin America and the Caribbean, where 40% of the youth believed they had the opportunities, skills and knowledge to st…