Self employment guide Nigeria - Millions of Nigerians living in Lagos Nigeria are without jobs. The same goes for other states of Nigeria. In fact, wherever you live in Nigeria, you will find thousands, even millions, of fellow Nigerians desperately looking for paid employment or white collar jobs.
The purpose of this Nigeria self employment guide is to help Nigerians understand the value of self employment and, more importantly, how they can create wealth for themselves by engaging in activities that make money for them.
In simple words . . . this Nigeria self employment guide will teach you how to create job for yourself and also create jobs for other Nigerians by becoming an employer of Labour.
Yes, this guide will teach you how to become the boss, the employer!
I know what you're thinking.
You're most likely thinking, "Yeah, right. He's going to teach me to be self employed. Is he self employed himself?"
The truth is . . . I am self employed. And I can teach you how to become self employed.
In particular, I will teach you (through this self employment guide) . . .
This guide will also address specific population groups that have potential to generate income for themselves by becoming self employed.
These population groups include . . .
If you belong to any of the population groups mentioned above, use the links above to access more information related to the group you belong.
The author of this Nigeria self employment guide, Samson Itoje, wants you to attain financial freedom and happiness.
Now, there are two ways to attain financial freedom.
1. Get a well paying job in a multinational company that gives you freedom to operate . . . a company that offers you the job your love and a fantastic remuneration package or
2. Be self employed and build a business around your passion (that which you love)
Option 1 is good. And that is the path most people take.
In fact, formal schools teach you how to be good in a particular subject area (e.g. electronics engineering), make good grades, graduate in flying colours, and then get a well paying job.
In simple words . . . most formal education teach you to get paid employment. And that is good in some respect.
Unfortunately, most people don't like their jobs. Yes, they get good pay but they soon realize that why they may be financially free, they are not happy with what they do or how their company treats them.
Over 30 percent of working people are looking for a career change.
Some eventually get a career change and are happy for a few years. Then they start looking for another job because they have become dissatisfied again.
Paid employment is good but be prepared to be dissatisfied with your job sooner or later.
On the other hand, when you are self employed . . .
When you're self employed, you're the boss.
You do not report to anyone. Nobody dictates to you what to do or when to do it. You're in charge. And that makes you really really happy.
Want financial freedom and happiness?
Take the advice of this self employment guide. Become self employed!
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