Ayoola Falola

Speaking to your business sense!

I am a business solutions provider. I have established a venture whereby businesses have access to resources that help them grow.

How do I go about my business? I speak, blog, consult on ICT and business success. I also run an enterprise that provide marketing and branding materials for businesses.

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Defining Opportunities

by: joywealth | 4 hrs ago in Business , Article
One of the most abundant resource available to all creation. After an in-depth look into the under-used resource called "opportunity"; I took the following notes:

1. One is more likely to have more opportunities than problems in every situations.

2. Every new thing; presents it's own unique opportunities.

3. Opportunity don't usually come out well packaged with a name-tag on it.

4. It's easier to spot an opportunity from the outside than from the inside.

5. Taking an opportunity entails leaving one. The economists will remember "Opportunity Cost".

6. Preparation is not a pre-requisite for an opportunity. If you are not qualified, it's not your opportunity.

7. The process of "making a living" is similar to the process of "discovering an opportunity".

8. Some of the most trivialized opportunities are friendship, location, lineage, peace, marriage.

9. Commonly abused Opportunities are sex, leadership, social amenities and public infrastructures.

10. Opportunity is never a destination, it is usually a layer that has a capability of replenishing itself.

11. As an opportunity gives you some privileges, it also takes some from you.

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Ember-month business prophesies

by: joywealth | 2 wks ago in Business , Article
Three things will likely happen to you before this year runs out. You need to be smart to be able to choose your experience. Let us discuss those three things and how they could affect you and your business.
  1. Corporate fraudstars will soon package some useless mouth-watering deals and label it: "Ember month awoof". Remember that Father Christmas is not a Nigerian. Any Father Christmas Show outside of Rome is likely a rip-off.
  2. Intensive promotions and adverts will soon inspire you to spend your year-long and hard-earned savings. My advice to you is to secure your savings in this season.
  3. If you are not into a seasonal business. Remaining few months promises to bring you more sales than you have received since January. Why? Because we all want to accomplish new things before the year runs out.
    Don't just expect it though, intensify on your promotional efforts and sue me if it doesn't work. :)

Moral Lessons:

  • Be wise!
  • Position yourself for the best of this season.
  • Spend more money on things that will bring you "returns".

On this website, you will also find some posts that would empower you for success. Thanks for reading, please leave your comments below.

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7 things that would keep you in business

by: joywealth | 1 month ago in Post
Here is a summary of a teaching I held on Blackberry Messenger, highlighting seven things that could guarantee you a space in the future of your business.

You have once heard, that a started task is half finished. That's however not the case for a business. You are only half-way to success; the moment you established the things that would keep you in business:

  1. Vision:
    The vision of your business or organization must be clear and understandable. Decisions you are taking on behalf of your business must go in line with realization of this vision.
  2. Feedback:
    enables you to keep track of your business; how it affects you and the society. A business without adequate feedback mechanism will soon go out of hand (or out of business).
  3. Money:
    don't make it an habit; to do business without money. Strive to own money to do business with. If your skill, network, passion etc. is still the only tool you have for business, you need to grow up.
  4. Advertisement:
    if your business must grow, you must outgrow the stage where you are both the provider and the canvasser. Advertisement takes the yoke of finding your next client from you. Allowing you to face your job.
  5. Clientele:
    Continuously make a list of the ways by which your products or service has been of use. This helps you to get a sense of fulfillment in what you are doing.
  6. PLAY:
    No matter how passionate you are about your job, you will soon grow tired of it if you don't allow some "play" time. "Play" time is also a time of refreshing ones creativity and mind.
    Getting new ways to better provide service is one of the most effective ways of maintaining relevance.

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