I finally got my first interview for The Presidential Hustle! Am excited about this. Am on a mission to interview entrepreneurs from different countries, industries and race inorder to understand their story, get their advice and pick their brains on how young hustlers out there can avoid mistakes they made and tips on how to run the same business if they choose to.
To kickoff the interview section of the blog, I decided to interview a good friend and business associate ( associate is such a fancy word,lol ) of mine who I met about 2 years ago when He needed someone to develop several websites for his different businesses. I was in Nigeria when we met [he was in the UK]. I remember how happy I was then when I got a call from him talking about to me about how I’ve got great creative skills and how he wants me to work with him on some amazing projects in the UK. I was really trilled! My mindset at that time was like this “Wow!!! I cant believe that as big as London is, am being contacted by a business in London for my service. Am just a little boy with a computer somewhere in Nigeria – Thank you Lord! 🙂
But, enough of our history. Fast forward 2years later, I called Mr Andrew Green up and told him about my intention to start a Blog and talk about everything have been able to learn during my Masters and things have been learning being an hustler for 3 years and how I want to use this blog as a tool to motivate, inspire and guide young hustlers, entrepreneurs and business owners around the world . As usual, He was excited and supportive like I was talking about his business. I also told him about my plan of interviewing business owners, go-getters and hustlers around the world inorder to create a platform where I don’t just give the average ‘John‘ top business strategies and frameworks used by big brands inorder to run a better business/hustle, but I also spice things up by talking with hustlers from different part of the world, get them to share their story and give their advice and he will be my first interviewee.
I would have loved to transcribe the interview like other blogs do, but I think it is best if you listen to it. It will have more meaning and you will be able to get more out of it. As this is my first ever interview, expect amazing flaws 🙂
Top advice from the interview
Never let your prioritize overshadow your talent!
If you have it your head, you can materialize it in your hands.
Be logical when trying to become an ‘entrepreneur’ – don’t be foolish.
Accept the lows and failures as a “Learning Curve” and appreciate it!
Everybody has got a destiny and the ability to find out what it is – is within us. No need to look outside to find it.
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