1. 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.

  2. 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!!!

  3. I may have missed it but how about testing the waters by doing the business part time before she quits her job?

  4. Hi Arese,

    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!

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