Updated: Jan 29
In Doing Business, I also focus on helping business owners to expand their vision beyond getting comfortable and achieving things that society says successful people should have achieved.
Is your vision big enough?
Jim Rohn said; “If you don't want much, you won't become much”.
Les Brown said; “In order to have something you have never had before, you will need to become someone you have never been before.”
I say, that you will only get what your eyes can see. You will go as far as your eyes can see. Don't become a local champion. Go global today.
Mr. Kunle Soriyan of the Olakunle Soriyan Company introduced me to the concept of borderlessness.
How much fanfare did Facebook need to enter the African market-space?
Did you know when Uber or Amazon creeped in?
Your competitor is no longer your next door neighbour. So forget the 'I pass my neighbour' syndrome. Your competitor cuts across industries, nations, and economic class. Google can take out a car company tomorrow, Tesla (known for solar power) can take out a car company tomorrow.
Like Eric Allison, the founder of the revolutionary Uber taxi service said:
'World trade means competition from anywhere advancing technology encourages cross-industry competition. Consequently, strategic planning must consider who our future competitors will be, not only who is here today.'
The world is changing at a pace that has never been seen before.
So expand your horizon. Read, take courses, seek out exposure, and discover.
Exposure is not about going abroad three times a year. It is about understanding how the world works and how you can triumph rather than just survive.
We can be your partner on this journey to discovering great things that can happen in your business and in your world.
Our vision for sub-Saharan Africa is to promote global competitiveness and add tremendous value to the Human Development Index through the institution of experiential learning and development, a productivity culture and technology literacy by 2025.
Knowledge is the new economy.
We go beyond networking events and help you build strategic partnerships.
We go beyond trainings and work with you to accomplish specific milestones in your business.
The purpose of Doing Business is to establish programmes and structures that are easy for SMEs to key into and build their businesses.
We have mass media programs on radio, publications, and online so that everyone can have access to growth and development.
We are doing business and we are here to help you do business.