Just before entering the university, I got an offer to sew clothes for export to Canada; the first batch I did were of higher finesse than the samples that I had received and the prospects were great! I eventuality turned it down and went to school, only to discover that one of my floor mates who was then pursuing medical science, was sewing commercially in his room. Indeed, a lot of students were engaged in various commercial activities; sale of books, graphic designing and printing, photography, yoghurt production, etc.
I should not have turned down the sewing opportunity; I should have done it alongside schooling and eventually grown it into a big business employing many tailors and seamstresses while still practicing my profession. All that I would have needed was good time management, good leadership skills, etc.
Sadly, I have not sewn a thing since then and virtually losing the desire; implying, I am indirectly wasting a viable skill. I thus decided to help others to appreciate that it is never too early to venture into business, and that it can be done alongside schooling. Seers Foundation, and my books (especially the one on ‘Wealth Creation’) are part of the effort.
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