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3 ways to learn from She Learns Here

As our name implies, She Learns Here is a multi-channel platform for learning. As a women focused non profit, we are doing all we can to create and curate digital, business and vocational skills training that will make our members’ lives better. That said, here are 3 ways to learn from She Learns Here: 1. Follow us on Instagram @shelearnshere. 2. Read our blog regularly 3. Join our online community here Happy learning!

BOOK REVIEW: GOOD TO GREAT. WHY SOME COMPANIES MAKE THE LEAP AND OTHERS DON’T by Jim Collins

Why are you choosing to rest on your laurels when there is so much you and your business could become if only you’d push for more? It took you so much sweat and tenacity to bring your business this far, a little extra wouldn’t hurt. This book, a result of 5 years of research understudying 28 companies, provides timeless, universal answers to the question, “Can a good company become a great company and, if so, …

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Dear sis, how are you?

Dear She-human, how much attention are you paying to your mood, feelings, emotions, beliefs ,perceptions and behavior? Do you know that your mental and emotional well being are linked with other aspects of your well being such as financial, social, physical, occupational and environmental? Your mental well-being determines how much of your ability you realise, how you cope with challenges, difficulties and the adversities that life presents, it also influences your productivity as a business …

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BOOK REVIEW: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SELLING BY BRIAN TRACY

Have you ever underestimated the act of selling? I used to think it simply involved approaching someone and telling them about your product, they buy (or maybe not) and you move on to the next buyer. This book totally changed my mindset as I realized selling was deeper than I gave it credit. I heard about “The Psychology of selling” while listening to Dupe Akinsuin (Head, Leadership and Capabilities Center of Expertise, Coca Cola Hellenic …

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5 photo editing apps for small businesses

Good pictures can greatly boost post engagement on social media, blogs , websites and other digital platforms. Today, I share a list of some of the apps that I use to fine tune pictures (especially for my food business Fitcafé by MF8 on my phone before posting online. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Have you joined our community of digitally savvy business women? We share digital skills tips, business tips, motivation, funding and other opportunities. …

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COVID-19: How I am Staying Debt-Free

Today, I called to cancel my birthday photo shoot. It was a difficult decision to make because I had spent the last 361 days planning it! What’s a girl to do when she has to choose between having great pictures and being financially ‘responsible?’ It’s no news that our lives and plans have been forever changed by the Corona virus pandemic. From less working hours to pay cuts and massive layoffs, our finances have taken …

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5 WAYS TO ENJOY A WORK-LIFE BALANCE WHILE BUILDING A BUSINESS OR CAREER

Who says you must be stressed while building a profitable business (or career) from the things you love? No, you don’t have to be. A lot of women find it difficult to manage their businesses/careers and their personal lives at the same time. This shouldn’t be. One aspect of your life should not make another suffer. There’s got to be a balance to this so that you can give attention to every important aspect of …

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Femmepreneur Spotlight: Basmallah Akomolafe

Good morning, all! Last week’s femmepreneur spotlight was on: Basmallah Akomolafe of Career Corner NG @careercornerng. She started her registered business in Lagos, in March 2018. We had a priviledge to know a little about her in this short interview: SLH: Tell us about yourself. BASMALLAH: I am Basmallah Akomolafe, a graduate of History and Int’l studies from the “better by far” institution, University of Ilorin. My innate urge to help people career wise led …

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HOW TO CREATE AN EXTRA STREAM OF INCOME MANAGING INSTAGRAM PAGES.

If you are looking to create an extra stream of income online with little or no capital should consider starting a Page Management Business on Instagram. Instagram is a social media platform where over one billion users connect and share content. Because it takes time to create and place content on the social media platform, individuals, celebrities and businesses usually hire people to do it for them. So if you naturally love spending time on …

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Femmepreneur spotlight: Adeife Abiodun-Adeyemi Of AjowithAdeife

This week, our female in business spotlight is on Adeife Abiodun-Adeyemi. Read on to learn more about the amazing work she is doing. Tell us about yourself * I am a work-from-home entrepreneur. I am the Founder of AjowithAdeife. I am passionate about business startups, financial independence for women and women empowerment. I love to teach and design graphics. I am a Christian and I am married with children. Tell us about your business * …

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Femmepreneur spotlight: Deborah Ugochukwu, TIA A academy.

Deborah Ugochukwu is an Amazon Bestselling Author, a goal coach, speaker and an entrepreneur advocate. She is the founder and Lead Igniter at The Ignite Academy (TIA), a community where Goal getters are ignited and equipped to break new grounds. Deborah is a member of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) and has also been shortlisted by AFRESIST amongst the top 50 finalists in Africa for the Youth Leadership Program 2019 which will be taking …

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Women we admire: Afua Osei

Afua Osei is a co-founder of She Leads Africa, a media company for millennial African women. She is an expert in creating digital content and live experiences that impact and connect with a new generation of smart, ambitious African women. Afua started SLA with Yasmin Belo-Osagie, a colleague from McKinsey & Company and the two have since been named by Forbes Africa as 2 of the youngest power women in Africa (2014). Afua was also …

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Femmepreneur Spotlight: Achinike Barbara

This week on #femmepreneurspotlight, we have Achinike Barbara of @swanushers.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Barbara is a young law graduate and entrepreneur who is determined to harness her potentials to it’s maximum. A strong believer of turning passion to profession and passionate about helping young people in their legitimate struggles to make something of themselves.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ She has this to say about her business, Swan Ushering agency:⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Swan Ushering Agency as the name implies is an ushering …

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Femmepreneur Spotlight: Nsoedo Chidinma

On this week’s spotlight is young and boisterous NSOEDO, Chidinma Miracle. Read more about her below. I’m 21 years old and a First Class graduate of Cell Biology and Genetics from the University of Lagos. I’m currently working as a National Youth Corp member in Abuja. Alongside being a youth corp member, I own a business named Charamie designs where I make beautiful and well detailed bags, purses, gift boxes and other creative items with …

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Women We Admire: Olubunmi Fajuyigbe

In the spirit of tooting your horn, today we Admire @olubunmisays the Initiator and Director of She Learns Here Ltd. Olubunmi is a professional trainer, conference speaker and instructor, the Initiator of She Learns Here, a platform where she is a part of the faculty that trains and supports women with knowledge to improve their lives & businesses using digital technology. She is passionate about female empowerment, gender equality and wellness for Urban families. Olubunmi …

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Femmepreneur Spotlight: Seyifunmi Fadeyi of Zircon Initiatives.

This week, our spotlight is in Seyifunmi Fadeyi, the Director of Zircon Initiatives. An event management and decoration outfit based in General gas, Ibadan. She a very creative lady who loves meeting people and travelling. Seyifunmi love to add value to people so she trains and gives her all into making her trainees the best Read more about her below Tell us about your business I direct an event management and decor company. We help …

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Women we admire: Femi Olayebi

Femi Olayebi is the CEO and Chief Creative Director of My World of Bags, a Handbag Design and Manufacturing company based in Ibadan, Nigeria. Under My World of Bags, she runs FEMIHANDBAGS, an ‘affordable luxury’ line of bespoke, beautifully handcrafted leather handbags. 2008 – Femi was one of the first 25 recipients to be awarded the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Scholarship. May 2009 – she was also the only Nigerian to be selected for the …

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Femmepreneur Spotlight Yetunde Adegboye of YBOM ventures

Our second entrepreneurial feature this year on She Learns Here is Yetunde Adegboye, the Founder of Ybom ventures, the parent company of Kidpolis by Ybom, a computer science graduate who also holds a masters degree in Managerial Psychology. Before now, Yetunde had worked in several industries including Oil and Gas, Maritime, Banking and Aviation industries. However, she always had a feeling of dissatisfaction. This led her to return to her love of fashion, choosing to …

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Women we admire: Funke Opeke

Funke Opeke, CEO, Founder, Main One who was recently named as part of @forbes World’s top 50 women in Technology and has received several awards for her vision and audacity. After 20 years working in U.S. telecoms, Funke Opeke returned to her native Nigeria and commenced correcting that country’s connectivity problems. The former Verizon executive joined public telecoms company NITEL and learned satellites were just part of the problem. So in 2008, she turned her …

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10 must have apps for women in business in Nigeria Part 1.

Hello, This is a 3 part post. I have compiled a list of 10 apps that I use on my phone (there are lots more but I’ll stop at 10). Some of these apps help me with improving business processes, others help with time management, some others help with discipline and personal finance. Don’t hesitate to share any useful apps you know in the comment section. Okay let’s dive in. 1. CamScanner: Used for capturing …

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5 plugins for website traffic analysis

So you have built a beautiful WordPress Website that tells a sweet tale off your business, products and services, you have told friends and family, shared it on social media platforms, but how do you know if people are visiting the website? Cue web analytics! According to Wikipedia, Web analytics is the measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of web data for purposes of understanding and optimizing web usage.[1] However, Web analytics is not just a process for measuring web traffic but can be …

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5 websites that can boost your online presence and sales in Nigeria

Hello!  Have you downloaded the FREE “Get online” (Google maps) guide by She Learns Here? If not, stop now, click here and get free, instant access.  Did I mention that it’s free?  If you have downloaded the guide, what did you do with the information? Have you listed your business on Google maps? . In the guide, I mentioned that getting listed on Google maps is not the only way to get online and I’ll be …

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5 ways to get funding to start or grow your business in Nigeria.

Getting access to funding for Nigerian entrepreneurs can be really tough  especially for women. But this doesn’t mean it is impossible. Here are 5 obvious and not so obvious ways to raise capital for your business. 1. Save: If you currently work White or blue (whatever color, lol) collar, your best bet is to start saving even if you don’t have an entrepreneurial idea yet. That way, you already have a pool of funds to …

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peer to peer investment clubs

Creating a peer to peer Investment club

It has been discovered that three of the most pressing needs for female entrepreneurs in Nigeria are Funding |  Technology know how | Marketing . At She learns here, we are poised to help tackle these issues through regular information about funding opportunities, entrepreneur spotlight and news, as well as  business and technology training and support. One of the ways funding Issues can be tackled by female entrepreneurs in Nigeria is by creating peer to …

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