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|Nigeria Is The Most Good Place To Make Money As A Nigerian by AKAMDEALS(m): 12:23pm On May 11, 2018|
nigeria is the most good place to make money as a nigerian
if you are 25+ and you are still broke, is not because nigeria is not good, is because your mind is not open to what is working.
open your mind to learn the skills that needed most in your life.
imagine you want to know how to saw cloth or cut hair, you will go to the expert or professional to learn how.
ok, let say you want to know how to make money, you will also need to go to experts (people that are making it already) to learn it.
nigeria youths are getting it wrong by blaming economy, government and no job.
the best solution to money worries is to learn how make money and implement what you learn.
Get mentor on pratical how to make money,
Go online read articles, books, take courses, attend seminars, watch video on how to make money and how things works.
Yes, you will come across crazy rubbish, but as time gos on you will get it.
One of the top books I have read that changes my life this year is "How to turn yourself into a live breathing cash machine" by Toyin Omotoso
The area that I enjoyed the most is Part 2 where he talked about the art of generating cash on demand
This is the type of information schools didn't teach us.
If you want to improve your financial capacity, you should get the book and read it this week.
Here is where I got mine:>>> https:///VSaKgB
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