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UNEMPLOYMENT: Leverage on Your Passion!

Nigerian Immigration Service took their job recruitment Exam last Saturday. Over 6 million people applied for 5000 vacancies. To deal with the problem of unemployment in this highly technical and post-industrial age that you and I live in today, we have to update our personal philosophy or ideology about employment. And one sure way to do this is to have a mind shift.

To leverage on your passion means discovering your passion, developing your passion and building it into a profit oriented venture. Instead of carrying your credentials walking from one firm to another in search of who to employ you, tailor your passion into an enviable brand that solve human problem and make you financially balanced. Here are five legitimate means to create employment:
1. Commercialize Your Talent
2. Partnership
3. Coach People on Your Field of Discipline
4. Volunteer Your Knowledge or Skill
5. Become An Entrepreneur

I wonder what any employer will offer people like Frank Edwards, Uche Nnaji, and Steve Harris in order to have them as employees? Research has also shown that the highest paid people in the world today are leveraging on their passion. Leveraging on your passion will not only give you personal fulfillment but will also make you a fortune! Remember, successful people are people like you who refused to give excuses.

Have A Successful Week!

Your Productivity Strategist,

Ifeanyi Anyanwu
@iheanyichukwuS
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