Tag: Business

  Yorùbá:  Ti wọn bá ni ẹran oniwo ni yóò kan lágbájá pa, bí ti ìgbín kọ́.   English:  That a horned animal will knock a person to death, is not an animal like snail.   Usage:  It is used…

  Yorùbá:  Ẹni iyá rẹ̀ ò ta asọ, yóò ta nǹkan míì.   English:  He whose mother does not sell clothes, will sell other things.   Usage:  It is used to express the fact that everybody is unique in their…

In the first part of this presentation, we noted that professionalism is one of the marks of a healthy business, because of the benefits derivable. In this second part, we shall look at eight essential characteristics of an expert.  …

What would you do if you suddenly discover that you could make your business wholesome in the competitive corporate environment? This write-up series on professionalism over the next two weeks will make it to happen.   First, we will look at…

Yorùbá:  Èniyàn kì í f’owó ra òyì, kó má kọ ọ l’ójú. English:  One does not buy giddiness with money, for it not to make  one dizzy. Usage:   This proverb is used to show that people want value for  money. …

Yorùbá:  Èniyàn kì í yà’gbẹ si ibi ti yó ó sùn. English:  One does not defeacate where one will sleep. Usage:   This proverb is used as a warning against unhealthy behavior towards one’s associates, households, or business.  This is because…