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How did I get into teaching others? Well, there’s a very good friend of mine who was on the verge of giving up what I considered to be a successful business.  She didn’t exactly approach me for advice, all she said was – ‘Soji I’m tired, I’ve had enough’.  No more.

After we spoke for about half an hour she agreed that it was not a good idea to shut shop. The next time we spoke she asked me a few more questions and now she’s running her business full steam ahead. She said,’ Soji why don’t you teach others what you taught me?’  Hmm! I thought.  Nothing pleases me more  than seeing those one has helped succeeding or excelling in their business, work or in general.  It is very heartwarming indeed.

I have had several folks come up to me for advice, tips and resources for their businesses. I figured it would be nice if  I could make my knowledge and tips available online on an accessible platform.  There are millions and gazillions of resources online but very few sites put together all the resources you need in one place.  I intend to bring as many resource as possible together in one place that you can use to develop and grow your business.

My aim is to give my subscribers top notch content that they can use to improve their business.  I will be introducing a Members’ Area soon.  Let me know the type of content you would like to see in a Members Area.  Leave me your comments and thoughts below.   I welcome all feedback as I endeavour to bring you regular good content to help grow your business.

Have you ever faced difficulty or hardship in your business or in your life that you almost felt like giving up?   Do you know anyone who needs encouragement or support at a difficult time in their life?

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Soji Fagade
 

Hi, I’m Soji Fagade. I am an entrepreneur and I just love everything (well almost everything) about business. In terms of formal education, I earned bachelors degrees in Sociology and Law. I practiced as a solicitor for a while, but I have always been involved in business. While in University a friend and I ran a business that manufactured hand crafted door name plaques and wooden children's toys. In the early stages of my legal career with Harkavys - a London firm of solicitors, I walked away to run Sabo Foods – an exotic foods wholesale packaging and distribution business that I had founded a few years prior with my dear friend Goke. Together, Goke and I grew Sabo Foods into a thriving household name and brand within the industry. That business consistently generated millions of pounds in revenue for years. This accomplishment of starting a business from the ground up and turning it into a success that remained operational for nearly twenty years was not without its challenges, many of which we overcame through dedication, passion and simple trial and error. Along the way I have provided business development and consultancy services to many small business owners who were stuck or simply uncertain what the next move should be. Through business coaching, strategic product development and team building exercises, I have successfully helped small businesses launch products and services, move forward with purpose toward brighter and more profitable futures.

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Toks - September 13, 2014

At long last! You really do have so much to offer, I would know as a recipient of your seasoned advice! Looking forward to learning more, congratulations on your new site!

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    Soji Fagade - September 13, 2014

    Thank you so much.

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Lekan - September 18, 2014

Seeing what you’re doing here makes me remember your wealth of business experience which I encountered through the relentless business advice you gave me some years ago when I wanted to get into the food business. It makes me still want to do business with you – maybe now that you’ve got content to develop 🙂

It’s a great site you got here, please keep up the good work.

Cheers!

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    Soji Fagade - September 18, 2014

    Thank you so much for your kind words. Appreciate it

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