I created Lucky13Fitness in 2010 as a way to combine my education in the mental health field with my passion for fitness.
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To offer a cutting-edge, top of the range, quality education to the Nigerian child even at a time when standards are falling.
Deep inside me I had always wanted to be independent and be free of restrictions, but at the same time do such work that would help change the lives of the people I worked with.
After graduating as a designer from The Academy of Interior Design instead of making a career the conventional way for interior designers I decided at the age of 22 that I wanted to somehow specialize in High end design fabrics.
I wanted to have the freedom to pursue my passion and work to advance my dreams, make more money than I was making and still do things I wanted to do.
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We had an idea that we thought we could bring a different viewpoint to women’s cosmetics.
I decided to teach Indian cooking classes, where people will learn how to prepare Indian dishes from scratch using fresh, safe, and non-toxic ingredients.
I was passionate about seeing women succeed, and so I packed up my consulting practice and focused my energies on Company of Women.
I also started playing around with a product I developped and since I have always had dreams of having my own business I decided it was time to take the leap.
Being able to enjoy your life whatever that looks like. To be able and help others out when needed. To be able and travel without thinking about money and ties.
I believe that small businesses and social enterprise charities can offer communities a lasting solution to problems they have come across such as, lack of education and a lack of employment opportunities.
The concept for PenPalGirls, Inc. came from my experience as a mother of two who realized my daughters were not fully aware of their cultural heritage and could not appreciate their uniqueness.
Being an entrepreneur means that your life is changing by being more challenging, more stressful and more successful as well if you have the determination to proceed and keep working and never GIVE UP!
That’s what inspired Popcorn & Ice Cream, a desire to make marketing strategy and program execution available to inspirational small businesses-at a price they can afford.
It was the need that had prompted me to start something on my own. My family needed my support financially and I had to take the call.