Showing posts from May, 2018

How to Make Your Business Networking More Successful

Let me ask you:
Have you ever wanted to try leverage your business and personal connection to bring you more business and nothing happened?
Like the young man that prompted me to write this article, have you been to many business activities by which businesspeople and entrepreneurs gather to form business relationships and you are still not creating MORE SUCCESS?

If you are going to network more effectively and create more business opportunities, you are probably going to have to understand the other faucet of business networking. 
Once you have tried using your connection with other people to find more business, support, and customers and no success then, you need to stop pumping your life savings into fuel and juggling public transport. Take a break, understand the other factors of business networking.
Here is a look at the other aspects of business networking for determining a successful business networking efforts.

The most important factor of successful networking is that you must con…

How to Teach Students to Be Cooperative

Could caning or striking deter students from being uncooperative? In my years of teaching and in a lot of cases, caning stimulates a beastly disrespect for the authority in question, especially in secondary schools. 

Applying caning to punish offending students can detract from our competence as teachers. So what then can we do if we don’t want to cane or punish students who are uncooperative?
When students are uncooperative when we want them to, with all punishment importance this is not the time to cane or punish cruelly. We can’t do anything about the fact that some students will sometimes joke with the classroom positive culture, and all we can do is try to keep this type of act from happening ever again when they occur.
Here is a scenario: I was going to take a phonics and phonetics class one day in a school when I saw a student being punished and sent out of the classroom. Contrary to what the teacher expected, from the moment the student walked out of the classroom, reeling from th…

How to Have a Healthy Self-Image

Since I was a young woman, a trainer and management consultant, I’ve been captivated by the difference in the quality of people’s images. Why do some people attempt difficult task and succeed at it while other people with everything they have going on for them are the least to achieve excellent results in challenging responsibilities?
I found that those who overcome perplexing challenges, quite often are those who are positive persons. They are constantly so positive about things. To them, negativity could be tired out under the bombardment of constant self-positivism. And this is why you must also thrive to start down the positive track to begin building a positive you.
What Can You Do To Activate The Self-Positivism In You?
Imbedding positivism in your personality makes it possible to survive many unnerving challenges in this life. With a healthy self-image, you would have good healthy thoughts, enjoy a happy you and keep your life in order. Self-positivism makes it possible for you to…

Free Vs. Paid Workshops – Which should you do?

Are ‘free’ workshops really ‘free?’ No! As service providers we are investing something, our time, renting training facility, equipment and some cost. Recently I was having discussion with a colleague who said he can never run a free program. According to him people tend to measure value in ‘money’ terms, rather than measuring value in ‘value’ terms. They generally see value charged and everything ‘free’ as worthless. So basically, nothing should be ‘free.’
So should you price some of your workshops and make some absolutely free? Let’s read on to know.
Serving a purpose – In the early stages of launching DRS Etiquette and Image Consulting, we established three free workshops to take place yearly for children and youth, the unemployed and for women empowerment. These workshops are solely humane. It’s our way of giving back to the community and creating a people armed with the necessary knowledge to live a holistic and fulfilling life. Now the ‘free in this sort of workshop is not a poor on…

Empowering Emerging Leaders To Fill A Need

We have our Annual Children and Youth Empowerment Workshop this month. If you are not busy on May 26th, join the parents who raise children with High EQ, Moral Values and Entrepreneurial Skills to Succeed in Life and Work. CLICK HERE to register your children or call Damilola, on 08170768650 to put down children’s details. Admission is FREE!!! Help your children prepare for the future they will one day create for themselves. This event is FULLY SUPPORTED By Sterling Assurance Nigeria Limited.

How to Achieve Your Dream Goal Using Simple Tips!

When the dream goal we have set for ourselves is bigger than the resources we have to make it happen, dream goal often times don’t come true easily. Shall we then stop dreaming big? No! So what is the differentiator that enables some people “achieve” their dream goal while others never experience the joy of seeing their own dream come true?
I spoke with some of my superiors early this week about the things that can hold us back from accomplishing our dream goal. I would like to share some limitations we identified. If you ever feel confused to your own dream goal, then this is for you.
Ignorance, timidity, lack of mentorship, environmental influence, lack of resources like money and time was identified as limiting factors in our ability to make our vision happen.
What then can be done? The fundamental requirement to achieving your dream goal effectively is to approach it sequentially. What can you do first to program yourself out of limitation? The foremost thing you need to do is to…