You must have seen similar ones like it. The one where they will claim you're building somebody else's dreams if you work 8-4 or 9-5.
You think I'm not living the life I dreamt of just because I answer to a boss? *Just let people do what they love, man.*
If you're truly an entrepreneur in Nigeria and you sell real goods and services, you can't paint entrepreneurship ( in Nigeria) as exciting, attractive and something only foolish people will not venture into.
To put that into context, it's easier to do business in Iran and Pakistan than it is to do a business in Nigeria.
If you're an olosho or Yahoo boy, I'm not judging you.
Just imagine how better off you would be.
Although I understand people have different backgrounds and such backgrounds influence the way they look at money and wealth, I am of the school of thought that your happiness should not be dictated by how much is in your bank account.
Many Nigerian youths are planning to travel out of the country to work for people but will bite themselves in the tongue when it is suggested they work for people in Nigeria.
Don't ask me where I got the figure, goan watch How I Met Your Mother 😁.
Are you an entrepreneur because you love it? Or you're a victim of your circumstances? Why do feel the need to constantly shame people who chose to take up paid employment? Is it because you couldn't get one?
It. Is. Not. Easy.
Run your race make I run my own.