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In 2018, we started our journey in the middle. We had half of the year to make a whole experience, we definitely made it count. 2019 is finally in our faces, we now have the whole year to make another beautiful experience, we don’t intend to waste this chance as well.
The meeting was quite long though and we came up with multiple ideas which will kickstart in 2019. Amongst all the important decisions we reached, Aggital Travel Diary was much more intriguing. We pushed a huge part of the tasks to 2019 and almost did the same for Aggital Travel Diary and then it dawned on us - if we're going to do anyway, why not start now?
Let's assume you don't like a customer, but if not for any important reason, consider the fact that bad news spreads faster than good news plus social media is just a click away. It's quite simple to tweet exactly what you feel about a service you just received, and if it's negative, it travels like wildfire. A lot of people live off the internet lately, so you know what that means.
The impatient lots, like myself, have gotten so pissed off, that we raise our voices and requested to see the branch manager. At this point, the attendant suddenly becomes nice and sometimes, we get interest on the monies we saved with the bank.
I've seen how people go all out on their clients and in most cases, you can’t really blame them. A client can sometimes be evil, but hey, they are a necessary evil. A lot of times, they have very unrealistic expectations, place bizarre requests and they just don’t seem to ever get it!
Nigeria is full of so much bull*hit and at the same time, it harbors endless opportunities that can only be explored by a few smart people. To join the gang of the “Few”, your pride needs to take a seat. Actually, there are countless white collar jobs in Nigeria but as we’ve grown to know, you need “connection” to get a very good one.
An online store is quite easy to build; even though your marketing game is lacking nerves, you can always share in the joint traffic that’s directed to the site. In addition, you can put up your business on more than one e-commerce platforms, buyers will always locate you.
Let’s face fact, the word “sex” is somewhat forbidden in almost every Nigerian home. For some reason, most parents think it’s not appropriate to talk to their children about sex and at the same time, they don’t want their kids to engage in the act or talk about it anywhere else.