Free E-book: My First Quarter Review and Projection Into The Second Half

If you don’t know where you are going, you should at least know where you are coming from. Maybe knowing where you are coming from will give you a clue to project well into the future. I have turned my first quarter of the year review into a 12-page eBook that you can finish reading in just 30 minutes or so. Devour it within 30 minutes, pick some lessons and… Read More »Free E-book: My First Quarter Review and Projection Into The Second Half

Money Matters Monday – Three Things Every Teacher Must Not Allow to Happen to Them Post Covid

I shared last week three must-haves things for every school owner when schools eventually resume. If you missed the article, here is the link.   I did promise that I was going to share the things that teachers too must have when they get back to the classroom. Here I am delivering the promise.   Last week I sent a message to someone who owes me a sum of money.… Read More »Money Matters Monday – Three Things Every Teacher Must Not Allow to Happen to Them Post Covid

Free Ebook – Write to Stardom (How to Write Irresistible Articles That Keep Readers Glued to You From A-Z

Every day, in the writing space, I see two groups of writers: a set of people who struggle to grab the attention of readers and another set who don’t. Even though both present valuable messages, one strives in futility to get his messages into the eyes and hands of readers while the other has the needed attention of his audience at his grasp. The distinguishing factor between these two sets… Read More »Free Ebook – Write to Stardom (How to Write Irresistible Articles That Keep Readers Glued to You From A-Z

Money Matters Monday – Three Things Every School Owners Must Do Post COVID-19

Never shall it happen that I will not save for the raining season as a school owner.   We have all seen that external factors that make our plans become plank and our dreams become droll. The biggest folly of this period is the one who doesn’t learn from this pandemic. The folly that is bigger than him is the one that learns from it but never changes or applies… Read More »Money Matters Monday – Three Things Every School Owners Must Do Post COVID-19

Money Matters Monday – The Four Books I Use for My Business and What You Can Learn From Them as a Teacher

I have a coaching business I run aside from my 7-5 job. The coaching business was born out of my life project. I am on a life project to help teachers become more, achieve more so that they can be wealthier, healthier, and most importantly prouder of their job. My coaching business is helping teachers to have positive attitude to work and also helping them to create alternative income streams… Read More »Money Matters Monday – The Four Books I Use for My Business and What You Can Learn From Them as a Teacher

Money Matters Monday – This Could Be Why You Struggle Financially as a Teacher

In 2015, I bought a book of N2,000. I spent N2,000 as transportation costs to get the book.   Sometimes in 2017, I bought an e-book for N2,000. The actual price of the e-book is N4,000. I seized the opportunity of a 50% discount to get it at N2,000. I could remember a friend who got surprised that I bought an e-book for that price. Sometimes in 2018, I paid… Read More »Money Matters Monday – This Could Be Why You Struggle Financially as a Teacher

Money Matters Monday – Two Business Lessons I Learn This Week and What You Can Learn From Them

“You can affect the world from wherever you are sitting” – Edirin Edewor, 2020.   I am someone who lives in the suburb of Lagos. An area that is regarded as the end part of Lagos because once you leave the place you move into another state. Epe, precisely. I also don’t live in the central part of Epe. I live in the inner part. People who know Epe or… Read More »Money Matters Monday – Two Business Lessons I Learn This Week and What You Can Learn From Them

Money Matters Monday – The Business of Teaching for Teachers: Different Businesses Teachers Can Do That are Inline With Teaching

On Thursday, 7th May, a graphic designer friend called me on Whatsapp. We had a conversation for 55 minutes straight. She is a very good graphic designer and was even responsible for the cover page of my workbook, The ABC of Writing Your First Book. A work she did well and delivered within short notice of telling her.   Our discussions bordered on three topics but the one that concerns… Read More »Money Matters Monday – The Business of Teaching for Teachers: Different Businesses Teachers Can Do That are Inline With Teaching

Money Matters Monday – How Your Money Mindset Affects You as Teacher

There is a teacher in my group coaching program, The 100 Millionaire Teachers Project, who has been owed since January and used that pain to start to finish writing her book. She did an online training for people and they are already asking her for her book now. If she had been wailing about her unpaid salary (I don’t support being owed salary), she would not even think of writing… Read More »Money Matters Monday – How Your Money Mindset Affects You as Teacher

Money Matters Monday – Your Product May Not Be Wrong. This May Be What is Wrong With It.

Products don’t sell. It is a skill that makes them sell. That skill is marketing skill.   I was on a platform three days ago, called Kids Come First. It is a platform for mothers. All they do amongst others is to learn how to bring up children that are well cultured in a society that is gradually losing its value. I was to teach them how to create an… Read More »Money Matters Monday – Your Product May Not Be Wrong. This May Be What is Wrong With It.