If like most of my friends you spent your early years schooling in Nigeria? Then in primary school, more likely than not; you engraved or wrote in bold on your class desk “I WAS HERE”.

Image result for i wuz here primary school desk nigeria imagesSome took it further and marked it on their school classroom wall, some others wrote their names on their regular desk, even though they expected to not be in the same class next year!

The question is why did we have this common innate behaviour to declare our presence, in our primordial state of mind?

A follow up question is: Do we still have this innate programming to want people to know we exist or existed and impacted our environs?

The resounding answer is YES!!!

 

70% of those who did not feel the overwhelming compulsion to declare their presence will have not seen the importance yet of impacting the next generaton with their experience, before the age of 50, or be active with a social media account, if they have one. This is not because they are not brilliant, or can’t author a book, to contribute to school of thoughts, but it will be because the innate desire to proclaim who they are regardless is not strong/bold enough.

For those who have written books or are writing books now, they know they share something in common with all entrepreneurs or business people ie the “Gumption” to take risks, and then experience the fame, success, loss, and ultimately more profits, that is associated with all successful people and collectively successful communities.

It goes without saying, that the wealth of Nigeria, and Africa is more in the Nigerian/African experience (human capital), than all the mineral resources beneath Africa combined. The fact that indeed most Nigerians love watching Nollywood movies, makes the realization and delivery of this wealth to awakened Nigerians more valuable  than if the average Nigerian loved reading as much as they watched movies.

For the record, Nollywood is the 3rd largest movie industry, after Hollywood and Bollywood, and Nigeria is 9th in the world for consuming internet data ~ Restructuring or Acculturing of Nigeria 1

Most Nigerians want to be heard, and have the innate ability to express themselves sufficiently to be noticed, if only for a minute or more.

However with technology we can now satisfy our longing to be

1. Profitably relevant, at least using Ecommerce websites in our businesses (professionally)

2. To be noticed in our clique for longer using social media, and perhaps

3. To be noticed for all time using published E-books and books.

All of these are possible and are happening as we speak, increasingly so in leaps and bounds, not just because its possible, but because the technology is now readily available and affordable.

Debonair Business directory
Debonair Business directory

Nigerians are now increasingly known in the following business categories world wide, as in the Debonair Business directory:

Of the categories here, the most important and prevalent one with Nigerians right now, both at home and diaspora, based on demand are:

  • Jobs recruitment and training industry
  • Nollywood and music industry
  • Sales and marketing aka Buying and selling (fashion, cars and in a nutshell “bling”)

All three of these require you to already be an online player, and have a powerful SEO backed campaign website, or get your feet in the door and be a start-up player with a SEO backed campaign website. Either way you are getting noticed and making an important world statement that will not be forgotten in a hurry.

However what should be in demand should be in this order:

The order of preference may not be generally appropriate, but if you examine closely you will notice that the requisite technology and those skilled in them is available, the population and pool talent is abundant, all that is remaining is the aggregation of the rightly skilled persons to see each other online and pull resources as needed on-demand.

This is where “Big data” and our new business directory comes in, and the main reason why you should not only list your business idea, or business idea that has already grown to a functional business, or your business that is growing and seeks to connect with other bigger businesses to fulfill bigger mutual business goals..

Once you have listed your business or business idea, the surging interest alone and higher search engine ranking will naturally convince any half-believing entrepreneur to take the next baby step of launching a “fit for purpose” Ecommerce website, and then business outfit, complete with premises and staff. Which will collectively solve the Nigerian unemployment crisis.

The prerequisites of success apart from knowledge are “guts and wits”, and these cannot be taught in school. You either have it, crave it or you don’t and can’t!!!

To get started, register here now:

Business Directory

~ Greg Ekhator
CEO & E-Business Architect
Debonair Training
Sales@debonairtraining.com

Debonair E- Learning | E- enablement | E- Campaigns

 

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We have added a new business directory to our portfolio.
All my social media connections are entitled to FREE listing into it. So they can enjoy greater search engine ranking as we boost promotional campaign.
What you need to do, if you are not already on it, and either have a business or have plans for a business then:
1. Submit your business using this link to the directory USING YOUR DESKTOP COMPUTER per your category: http://www.debonairtraining.com/business-directory/
2. Check your present ranking in google search engine
3. Monitor it periodically weekly and notice as you gradually climb up with hits and inquiries.

While it is completely free for my friends, it is also to introduce to the huge potential with many access points to the new data economy that is fast replacing crude oil as i mentioned in my book

For more information contact us here or email info@debonairtraining.com

Restructuring or Acculturing 1 of Nigeria by Gregory Ekhator (e-Book ) Gregory E Ekhator

  • Restructuring or Acculturing 1 of Nigeria by Gregory Ekhator (e-Book ) This book is perhaps like no other you have read before, as it is one of the first books to be converted from a series of related Articles and Blog posts. The research question guiding every chapter of this book is: Will restructuring change the attitude of Nigerians to Nigeria? Metaphorically speaking: Should the cart be pulling the horse or the horse pulling the cart?

    Key Subjects:

    • Nigeria today, position in the world and achievements?
    • Recurring underlying problems which restructuring may not solve?
    • ​Opportunities existing in the problems including digital technology
    • Foreseeing result of constructing, restructuring or destructing Nigeria from the perspective of Nigerians as interactively blogged live.
    This book is the culmination of my passion​ate study/experience of Nigeria, the articles  and intense discussions i have had with fellow Nigerians. A contribution to the existing body of work, and roadmap for generations to come. Nigeria is uniquely positioned in the world, and to whom much is given, much is expected. Note: After downloading, for best Viewing/E-Reading, ADD extension/plugin "PDF dFlip viewer" to your browser
  • Debonair Training and Publisher
  • December 1, 2017
  • 270 pages
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Restructuring or Acculturing 1 of Nigeria by Gregory Ekhator (e-Book ) Gregory E Ekhator

  • Restructuring or Acculturing 1 of Nigeria by Gregory Ekhator (e-Book ) This book is perhaps like no other you have read before, as it is one of the first books to be converted from a series of related Articles and Blog posts. The research question guiding every chapter of this book is: Will restructuring change the attitude of Nigerians to Nigeria? Metaphorically speaking: Should the cart be pulling the horse or the horse pulling the cart?

    Key Subjects:

    • Nigeria today, position in the world and achievements?
    • Recurring underlying problems which restructuring may not solve?
    • ​Opportunities existing in the problems including digital technology
    • Foreseeing result of constructing, restructuring or destructing Nigeria from the perspective of Nigerians as interactively blogged live.
    This book is the culmination of my passion​ate study/experience of Nigeria, the articles  and intense discussions i have had with fellow Nigerians. A contribution to the existing body of work, and roadmap for generations to come. Nigeria is uniquely positioned in the world, and to whom much is given, much is expected. Note: After downloading, for best Viewing/E-Reading, ADD extension/plugin "PDF dFlip viewer" to your browser
  • Debonair Training and Publisher
  • December 1, 2017
  • 270 pages