6 Productive Things You Can Achieve While ASUU Strike Lasts IN 2021

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If you are a student affected by ASUU strike, there are some productive things you can achieve while the ‘indefinite’ ASUU strike lasts. Here are a few suggestions you may want to consider. START A BUSINESS Drawing inspiration from success stories of entrepreneurs like Bill Gates, Michael Dell, Larry Page, Mark Zuckerberg, and others who started their entrepreneurial journeys while in College - if not before - thousands of African students are embracing entrepreneurship and starting up small businesses. Some of these businesses would grow to become big companies in the nearest future. The ongoing ASUU strike is an opportunity for you to pitch your tent in the entrepreneurship space and start gathering experiences you need in your future career. There are a number of low-cost businesses that you can start right now in preparation for life after school. Remember, you are not too young to become an entrepreneur. LEARN A SKILL Skills are the way to go in this small and medium scale business era of ours! Today’s companies are crazy about the skills you have at your fingertips; skills that would translate to their bottom line. Now that you have some time on your hand, why don’t you learn a new skill? There are certain ‘hot’ skills right now that would be a good match for you if you are computer inclined. Other skills that you could learn include; photography, pedicure/manicure, and massage learning to play a musical instrument like ...

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