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Business Strides Magazine by Tayo Ayinla Launched in Abuja

Mr. Tayo Ayinla is the publisher of the quarterly business news magazine, "Business Strides'', that provides investment, financial and business opportunity tips for talented persons. This magazine was launched on Sept 27 in Abuja. What I loved about it is the problem the magazine seeks to solve.

In an interview, Ayinla, said the need to help people discover and harness their talents for self empowerment motivated him to publish the magazine. Everyone has a talent and what it takes to succeed in life but many people do not discover their talents.

"It is to let readers know that nobody is created empty; everyone is blessed with talent but the challenge is many are unable always to look inwards to know what they have. They think that their success in life is the function of another person. The focus of the magazine is what people need to know to succeed in life,'' he said.


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