– Kiki Osinbajo has taken to social media with some words of advice for business owners
– The entrepreneur encouraged them not to be offended when they don’t get support from friends
– Kiki noted that success becomes even sweeter when they manage to convert total strangers
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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s daughter, Kiki, recently took to her social media page to share from her wealth of knowledge with fellow business owners.
The young lady in a post shared on her Instastory channel urged entrepreneurs not to get worked up whenever they do not get the support of those around them.
Don’t be offended when people you know don’t support your business,” Kiki’s message read in part.
In a different portion of her post, the VP’s daughter noted that success becomes even sweeter when business owners manage to convert those they do not know to customers.
“The success is sweeter because you converted people who do not know you to people who trust you with their money.”
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Kiki Osinbajo advises fellow business owners.
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Just some days ago, Bioreports reported that Nollywood actress Didi Ekanem addressed a similar issue via a video post shared on her Instastory channel.
The actress had asked her fans and followers if they know why they get more support for their business from strangers rather than those they consider to be friends.
According to her, it is simply because such people have a hard time accepting that others have moved on to a better place in life while they remain in the same position.
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“It is because they don’t want you to be better than them, they don’t want to be a part of your growth, they don’t want you to be successful, that is the reason why they are not supporting your business.”
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