After five years in business helped seed and build a venture capital fund working under Mr Bode Agusto one of Nigerias best finance/economic minds. Invested in some of the countries most exciting technology start ups and helped them grow. Companies worth $80m under management.
In that time,I wrote a book on healthcare economics and various articles analysing the economy.
I have given abt 8 ted talks around the world. Take courses at the business schools of Cambridge University,Colombia University, University of Michigan and IESE.
Many wives of big men need a degree of business savvy to under stand how to leverage business opportunities.
Some simply don't have the skills to contribute meaningfully on boards, make investments or use their networks to create wealth.
This is the problem that the mummy economy solves.
Young educated women usually with MBA's, develop an almost daughter like relationship with these 'mummies'. Then assist them with sophisicated investments, social & impact/charity work, corporate structuring & know how.
1. Express yourself in different mediums 2. Talk to a six year old 3. Understand and challenge your biases 4. Ask people to explain thier thought process 5. Expose yourself to new content/content creators
2. Use the widest screen you have. Some classes I take on my laptop, but others I take in our home cinema. Widescreen changes up the learning experience 🤗
3. Use discussion boards. I use discussion boards to talk to my professors and colleagues.
Great way to get the social experience of uni without having ro travel. Some of my colleagues I chat to on whatsapp.
In 1917, Flynn received an inspirational letter from Lieutenant Clifford Peel, a Victorian medical student with an interest in aviation.
The young airman and war hero suggested the use of aviation to bring medical help to the Outback. Shot down in France, he died at just 24 years of age and never knew that his letter became a blueprint for the creation of the Flying Doctor Service.