LOL…Sister you sabi paint face? That cracked me UP…But on a serious note, you are doing a GREAT job. Thanks for helping people like me realise that I need to get my financial act together.
Also, it would be lovely if you could do a post on how young Nigerian professionals can go about getting a mortgage taking into the consideration the insane lending rates out there and also having to save up the equity contribution.
Thanks again for all your good work.
Nice video. I wish it was longer and it addressed more than one question.
Good initiative, Arese!! The format us short and you go to the point.
One area of improvement though: the background music is too loud.
Keep up the good work!!!
Nice one areas….
I may have missed it but how about testing the waters by doing the business part time before she quits her job?
I absolutely loved this. I was so taken by the video that I had to watch it a second time to actually get the gist! Lol…My favourite line was: there are two ways to be stuck – in a 9-5 that you hate; or an enterpreneurial role you can’t make work. Great wisdom there, most people don’t realise they can also get stuck as an enterpreneur.
One more thing: I don’t think it’s necessary to compete with the ‘stars’. Shoe get size, Shade can start by targeting a totally different market – young professionals, who are a bit more budget conscious. And like someone already said, test the waters before taking a plunge.
You’ve created something great Arese. I’m an official fan!
Absolutely loved your response! Looking forward to more of these videos.