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What Corp Members Must Do To Maximize Post-saed And Thrive In Nigeria by ManuelB: 9:42pm On Feb 23
What's makes the difference between a thriving entrepreneur and a failing one?

If you mentioned her OFFER, BRANDING etc

You are not wrong

Yet far from it

And you are about to find out the difference maker

With the initiative of NYSC to help create a workforce of skilled graduate through SAED program

It is alarming so far this goal hasn't been absolutely effective, especially with the constant increase in cost of living and unemployment level

To effectively illustrate the crisis on our hand

Meet Vivian a Graduate of Business Administration.

After graduating from the university, she decides to serve her father land and gets posted to Edo state for her service year.

Fortunately she learns about the SAED program of the NYSC and commits to learn and perfecting the skill of Leather Works

Since most people wear shoes, sandals and the likes, it sure going to be a Lucrative venture

Now after her service year she relocates back home and start using her skills

But 2 month in post service, Vivian isn't making enough through her skill and is bearly surviving

Yet Her biggest challenge is Not knowing how to fix the Problem

So she does the Next best thing to make ends meet, dust up her CV and started job hurting

And just like the “Value of the naria keeps Dropping” her effort in her leather works declined... Only to hopefully be resurrected some day when “everything don settle”

This sound familiar because it's the reality of most ex-Corp members

You might ask

What was the Problem?

The problem is the reason you keep telling that Vendor you are not interested

She doesn't know how to identify those who need Her Skill the Most and How to Market it to them[b

This is what most serving and ex - corpers despite going through the SAED program lack

However now more than ever you can easily master this skill to profit from your skill

Skilled yet Clueless about Identifying your Customers and Desire to learn How?

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Re: What Corp Members Must Do To Maximize Post-saed And Thrive In Nigeria by ManuelB: 3:05pm On Feb 24
What is The Corp Acquisition Workshop?

It is a shared initiative towards helping skilled Corp members acquire the necessary knowledge needed to attract and build an customer base for their acquired skill.

Who is this for?
Serving and ex-Corp Members

Aims & Objectives
✓ To encourage creation of jobs by skilled corp members
✓ To help skilled corp members Identify market creations strategy
✓ To serve as a medium for Corp members to network with like minded individuals and industry experts

What Skilled Category are qualified to attend?

✓ Vendors
✓ Coaches
✓ Freelancers
✓ Consultants
✓ Craftsmen (Leather Works, Soap production etc)
Re: What Corp Members Must Do To Maximize Post-saed And Thrive In Nigeria by ManuelB: 4:55pm On Feb 25
Stressed about Finding Paying Clients for your Skill?

Here are 3 Proven steps to master the art of identifying your potential Clients!

Step 1: Know your Client

Spend some time thinking about who your potential client is.

What are their age, interests, and values?

Knowing this will help you to tailored your message to your clients needs.

Step 2: Use the Right Messaging

What you say and How you say it makes a lot of difference.
Use the message relevant to your client desires when presenting your offers.

This will help you to persuade the right people.

Step 3: Use the Right Platforms

There are 3 W's in marketing and Where is one of the most essential.

Picking the right platform to reach your target client is important, platform likes physical trainings, virtual workshops, social media are all great for connecting with your ideal client.
Re: What Corp Members Must Do To Maximize Post-saed And Thrive In Nigeria by ManuelB: 10:45pm On Feb 26
You got Skiilz, Yet BROKE?

Learn the Right Way to Market it
Re: What Corp Members Must Do To Maximize Post-saed And Thrive In Nigeria by ManuelB: 9:23pm On Feb 28
Why You Should Learn How to Market Your Skills (in Nigeria)

What's the one BIG difference between a successful skilled entrepreneur and a failing one?”

Intentional Marketing

Long before the skill era, Marketing was an option.

Yet not in today's highly competitive ecosystem

Beyond possessing valuable skills also knowing how to market it effectively is crucial

Speaking of Why and Benefits, knowing how to market your skills means...

1. Effectively Standing out in a Crowded market

2. Advancing your Career

3. Maximize Your Earning Potential

4. Encourages Entrepreneurial Success

5. Expands Your Network
Re: What Corp Members Must Do To Maximize Post-saed And Thrive In Nigeria by ManuelB: 9:17pm On Feb 29
How to Understand & Attract Customers

Step 1: Identify their Problems

Step 2: Identify the Consequences of the Problem and Talk about it non-stop

Step 3: Identify their Desires & Show them How you can help them achieve it
Re: What Corp Members Must Do To Maximize Post-saed And Thrive In Nigeria by ManuelB: 2:56pm On Mar 02
Ready. Set. Acquire

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