Behind the scenes of my business

Question 1: What do you do?

I teach people how to start and grow their business. I use technology to facilitate my trainings, hence I have an online school.

I started making accessories 10 years ago, and I built a business with the skill. I now teach other people how to do the same.

Question 2: What’s your favourite part of your job?

When people tell me thank you. I feel as if all the wahala is worth it

Question 3: What’s your least favourite part of your job?

Dealing with rude people.

Question 4: What are the top three tools you use the most in your work?

My computer

My camera

Biro and Jotters

Question 5: What business goal would you love to reach before the end of the year?

I want 1000 people to take my courses

Question 6: Who are three entrepreneurs that inspire you?


Tara Fela Durotoye

Tyler Perry

Question 7: What do you listen to (if anything) while you work?

Nothing, I like absolute peace and quiet

Question 8: When do you like to work?

Mornings. My brain is fresh and hot

Question 9: What do you have a weakness for?


Question 10: What’s your favourite social media platform?


Question 11: Where do you get inspiration from?

The Holy Spirit

Question 12: How did you get into this business?

I stumbled into it. It was an experiment. I just asked myself “what if…”

Question 13: What’s one thing about your business that your blog readers probably don’t know?

Hmm…this is tough.

Most of the time, I work from my bed. I don’t like to go to my office everyday because of Lagos traffic

Question 14: If your business were a fashion accessory, what would it be?

A handbag. Everything you need can be stored in a handbag. Everything you need can be gotten from my courses.

Question 15: What’s your top tip for someone who wants to start an accessories business?

Be Original, a copy cat is at best a copy. Open your mind and try your own original ideas.

Your turn

  1. If you have a blog, copy and paste these questions on your blog and answer them.
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This blog post is a part of the “Behind the Scenes” series, started by Stephanie of She teaches people how to make accessories and shows them how to make money with the skill.  If you would like to participate, click here.

If you do this challenge, please let me know in the comments below. Send me the link so that I can also read your responses.



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