Sunday, 22 January 2017

THE BUSINESS IN YOU DAILY: Contributions and Testimonials Wanted...


Remy Chukwunyere writes from Imo State....

Good morning and happy weekend to all of you, out there! I am glad to welcome you again to the Business in You Daily for today.

I am glad that people are gradually responding to our call for Investors, Sponsors and Marketers for the translation of these dailies into a new book and audio CDs for distribution to more youths around the world.

In the same spirit, I wish to call on those who want their contributions and opinions on the several topics discussed on the series so far to send them immediately for consideration. As you know, I have always maintained that your contributions matter a lot in these discussions because, young people learn faster when they hear others ahead of them share their experiences. That’s why we strongly encourage and recommend mentoring.

I will not fail to recognize the award winning and from the field experiences shared by Carol Kezziah Wambui. There are others but she deserves this special mention because, she took it up as a duty to contribute daily. Maybe, in the future, we shall be giving awards to some people like her, who spent their time, money and energy in joining this aggressive campaign for more young people to embrace self employment.

Again, we would also like to capture your testimonials on how the various topics discussed on the Business in You Daily since February, 2016 have impacted on your entrepreneurship and professional careers. For example, those of you that launched out your business ideas after reading one or two of the series or after attending our Business in You Talk shows in Owerri, Port Harcourt, Abuja, Onitsha, Lagos, etc should send in their testimonials for inclusion in the book.

I remember those in UK like Lady Ngozi Lois Ukachi, who uses the dailies in her leadership and business classes for youths in her church. The same applies to Bernadette Kerr in Jamaica, Fyson Masina in Malawi as well as Barbara Akujobi, Joy Uzoma and Uzoigwe Ogechi Elizabeth in Owerri. There are others who started out or got their businesses expanded like these ones I mentioned above.

We’re taking this step because, the success of these dailies depended largely on your contributions and active participation. It’s really true that “a tree does not and cannot make a forest.”

To send in your contributions or testimonials, kindly drop them on my wall at www.facebook.com/honremy or via email at imostatejobs@gmail.com or via whatsapp on 0803 870 2075. I pledge to acknowledge your names against all your contributions that are finally selected.


Many thanks and happy weekend!


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