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Chioma Ikokwu aka Chioma Good Hair Shares 3 Secrets Behind the Success of the Good Hair Brand



Popular Lagos Socialite and business woman, Chioma Ikokwu aka Chioma Good Hair has built a successful business,"Good Hair" with her partner, Kika Osunde,  over the years. 

The duo who
started their business in London, attracting and growing their client base through the "Personal Selling" sales model, have grown their business into an enviable brand, securing a physical, hair lounge recently.

You can say they know a thing or two about running a successful business since they have been running 'Good Hair' for years.

Well, Chioma decided to share the secret to the success of her good hair brand and these are her tips for success.............


People often ask what the key to success is or "how we do it"?. I'm no authority to speak on success because I can't say we've achieved that yet however have we been successful in our endeavors so far ?...well 🙏. Now there's no secret or trick behind it and believe me it's not about luck... Napoleon Hill once said that "What the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve" .

So I'll quickly give 3 personal tips that have worked for us and hopefully this inspires someone to kick start that business today💪🏽

 1) Aim to create value: Make sure that whatever products you're selling or service you're offering is top notch. Don't engage in Substandard's for higher profits. If you're ready to sacrifice more at the start to create more value for your audience, I can guarantee that you'll make more money in the long run. In business, longevity is major key 🔑

2) Conquer your fears: Many people are unable to live their dreams because they're too busy living their fears!
At some point you have to gather courage and momentum and just start . Better to try and fail than not try at all. If you don't attempt it then maybe you're sleeping on your billions right now 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️! So If you feel it and you dream it then JUST DO IT!!! ✅
P.s - I know this is easier said than done but note that Rome wasn't built in a day. Don't fixate on the Glitz n Glam of thriving businesses & feel deflated, we all started small.
We sold hair from our student halls in Uni and our first office was a kitchen 🙆🏼 so hey ... 

3) Love what you do: This just makes the already daunting process 10 x easier!!! Contrary to some perceptions, Entrepreneurship can be extremely tough sometimes, consisting of; sleepless nights, sacrifice of time, money & possibly relationships but trust me if you love what you do itl make it all absolutely worth it! Going to work everyday for us doesn't feel like work .
Imagine making money doing what you love 😍
So if you're looking to start that new business make sure you love doing/that thing so you can eat, breathe and live that business happily and in turn effectively!
I hope this speaks to someone today!
Goodluck my fellow entrepreneurs and God bless 😇❤️

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