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THERE ARE 7 (SEVEN) POINTS ON HOW TO BECOME A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMAN IN NIGERIA, ACCORDING TO ALHAJI ALIKO DANGOTE
The richest African on earth and the 23rd richest man in the world (jumping 20 spots on the scale from his previous 43rd position) according to Forbes; and the President and CEO of Dangote Group, Nigerian-born Alhaji Aliko Dangote, has advised young entrepreneurs on how to be successful businessmen and businesswomen . . .
According to Dangote, entrepreneurs have to:
1. Be very focused and understand what you really want to do.
2. Understand the business you want to go into.
4. Be tough.
5. Don’t spend your projected income. Let the money come in first before you start spending
6. Social life and business don’t go together. You have to be very serious.
7. If you want to enjoy life, you won’t be able to work. It’s always better to make the money first and then enjoy later.
Dangote spoke in an interview on a program titled “My Worst Day” on Forbes Africa TV.
POSTER: FORBES AFRICA TV WITH PEACE HYDE
Short BIO: Forbes Africa TV
Forbes Africa, a magazine publication launched the first global TV platform, Forbes Africa TV. The publication is the sixteenth local-language edition of the highly successful FORBES Magazine — renowned for exploiting various matters, as well as its many lists based on the levels of global wealth and power, offering topics such as “The World’s Most Powerful People”, “Global High Performers,” and “The World’s Billionaires”.
Forbes Africa publication is the number 1 monthly read magazine amongst Africa’s Affluent and elite, according to the Ipsos EMS Survey.
Forbes Africa launched its first ever TV platform with its flagship show “My Worst Day”, anchored by award winning Forbes Africa and Forbes Woman correspondent, Peace Hyde. The show brings the unique Forbes journalistic style and glitz to the silver screen and focuses on the most challenging day in the lives of some of the most successful and enterprising business leaders of our time.
My Worst Day features Africa’s business powerhouses and business moguls
The show is airing on the CNBC Africa platform which provides a unique blend of International and African business and economic content making it essential viewing for the African investor and business person with a total distribution to over 5 million homes on the DSTV platform.
The Pan African show has been released across the African continent and globally. The show is in partnership with the Nigerian banking and financial giant, Zenith Bank Plc.
Forbes Africa TV Ep2: Aliko Dangote shares his secret of becoming Africa’s richest man.
Watch the richest African alive, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, give 7 points on how to become a successful businessman in Nigeria, below: