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  1.  Entrepreneurship is an attitude espoused by someone who undertakes to engage in a business to obtain a purposeful, profitable and resourceful life. Therefore, an entrepreneur takes on some form of uncharacteristically high financial risk. Money is plentiful for those who understand the simple laws which govern its acquisition. Entrepreneurial attitude is a questioning mind e.g. How can I afford it? A question opens up the mind while a statement closes the mind.eg I can’t afford it.



  1. Starting a business without cash

Fronting money as the driver of running a business could be one of the reasons you keeping adding money into whatever engagement you are involved in, highly likely that there is motion but no tangible progress. The consequences of making losses have far reaching devastating emotional pains. You need to step back and re-strategize.

Effective management of wealth is a deliberate and intentional effort that is espoused by one who yearns to become financially fluent. The notion that somehow things will work themselves out is a reckless narrative that ought to be deleted from your thought processes and you embark on objective pursuit for structured creation of wealth.

  • A real decision is measured by the fact that you have taken a new action. If there is no action, you have not truly decided.
  • Wealth grows wherever men exert effort! Like the laws of gravity, the laws of business are universal…Do you know them?



  1. Book keeping

It is the process of recording business financial information in proper books of accounts. The objective of book keeping to differentiate the source documents and their importance and calculate business performance and position ie determine profit and loss, know debtors and creditors, manage cash flows, control tool, develop plans for the future, tax assessments.


  1. Business Modelling

Modelling describes one’s rationale of creating, delivering and capturing value for money. This achieved through running a business model canvas, understanding and leveraging; Key partners, Key activities, Value propositions, customer relationships, customer segments, cost structure, Key resources, technologies, channels, revenue streams and business signals.


  1. Marketing

This is a way of getting your product or service known my potential buyers and or users. You need to have a marketing plan broken down; Product/service, marketing objectives, defining customers, analyzing competitors, determining value drivers, pricing strategies, promotion strategies, sales force Management, distribution strategies. 



  1. Operations Plan Product

This is the process of developing the product concept into a physical product, in order to ensure that the product idea can be turned into a workable product to be accepted by the customers. The product later has to be introduced to the market, modified or later dropped.

Further discussions involve; product process operations, process analysis, process innovation, Technology divisions, capacity decisions, layout decisions.



  1. Cost Price and Break even analysis

Costing is process of allocating costs to a product/service, the importance of which reveals; profitable and unprofitable products/services/activity/process, control costs, decision making for actions to be taken, fraud prevention, reveals idle capacity, inventory management, setting prices, cost reduction, decision making and formulating policies.



  1. Financial Planning

Determines the feasibility of how your company plans to make money to grow,

forecasts the cash investment needs your business will require (initially and in the future).

The financial plan of a business, new or existing, has to prove that the business idea is viable and that the business will survive on the start-up capital until it makes a profit,

Provides you a “scorecard” that you can refer to when comparing what you anticipated your financial performance to be at a given time versus the actual numbers at that time, it will also explain how much money is needed to start and operate the business.



  1. Taxation

Proactive way of being compliant with government.

Are you making common tax mistakes that trigger URA’s skepticism on your business and induce otherwise avoidable tax audits/tax assessments? Many corporate businesses have had their bottom lines (Net Profit after Interest and Tax) virtually eroded due to committing some very common and recurring BUT avoidable Tax mistakes.  These are Tax Payers’ mistakes that URA spot, even without leaving their offices, based purely on contradicting information submitted by the Tax Payers themselves. “There is nothing sinister in so arranging one’s affairs to keep taxes as low as possible. Nobody owes any public duty to pay more than what the law demands. Taxes are enforced extractions, not voluntary contributions”



  1. Personal Financial Management

In financial matters, you can lie to everyone but you cannot lie to yourself. It is not how much money you make but how much money you keep, how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for

Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now.

Your goals can only be reached through a vehicle of plan in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.

You should remember buying something is not the problem, the problem comes when you believe for that moment, that the object you are buying is going to make you happy.

  • Timeline for your financial life
  • Priorities
  • Moment of Truth
  • Habits keeping you in poverty
  • Overcoming bad habits
  • Living in your lane
  • Comfortable retirement
  • Avoid being a burden to your off springs and society



  1. Human Resource Management

When writing the business plan, the Human Resource Plan section describes your management team and staff and how your business ownership is structured. People reading your business plan will be looking to see not only who's on your management team but how the skills of your management and staff will contribute to the bottom line.

  • Know the importance of the human resource plan as part of overall business plan
  • Find out what the business owner and the others involved in the running of your business bring to the business
  • Establish the support professionals and potential investors and how they can complement the business
  • Develop personnel structures, their roles, costs and keep track of how they add value to business
  • Identify and align themselves with persons that can provide strategic direction to their business through advisory
  • Understand how planning for personnel needs can create business success



  1. Strategic Management and Planning

Strategy is an art on planning to achieve a long-time goal ie it is about making choices. So systems and structures drive strategy. Strategic planning is a crucial process in organizations.  Draw your attention to a game of CHESS or WAR. What is your plan to conquer wealth and keep it? Impeccable lessons are taught, eg choosing your battles, Timing, know yourself and know your enemy- an educated guess is better than a gut decision, have a unique plan- It is well-known that it is essential to differentiate your business strategy in order to come out on top. Change represents opportunity, success breeds success and opportunities multiply as they are seized.