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THE CAREER JOURNEY FROM A BOTANIST TO A BAKER : AN INTERVIEW WITH ORITSETSEMAYE BIBI IBOK

  BY JULIE IBOK Oritsetsemaye Bibi Ibok Oritsetsemaye Bibi Ibok is a Professional Baker. She has mentored and trained a lot of students in baking artistry.  In 2020, she was hosted by Nigeria Info Port Harcourt 92.3 fm, where she discussed about her profession and the competition in the baking industry. Also, in 2021, she was hosted by Vendorsyard on Instagram. In this interview, she speaks of her career story as a professional Baker and what women can take from her journey. What is it like for you transitioning from the corporate world into an entrepreneur? The process was gradual. I worked in a secondary school for a while, later on I resigned and opened a poultry through an NGO program. I wasn’t really happy with the poultry I had, so I made a full transition from poultry to baking. Transitioning into an entrepreneur was very easy for me because I’m very apt and creative in crafts and vocational skills. Also, I had an intuition that working for someone wasnt in the cards

Maximizing Divine Opportunities As A Mom

Sandra Osawemwenze Founder: Destiny Busy Moms Sandra Osawemwenze is the founder of Destiny Busy Moms, a vlog dedicated to inspiring today's Christain moms in the journey of purpose.  We had a conversation about fulfilling purpose and the following questions ensued. I hope the answers I provided will be helpful in your own journey to living to your full potential in life. 1. In your own assessment, do you think more moms are waking up to destiny fulfillment in this dispensation? Awunli Eghosasere Founder: HapiWify If I am to give a statistics to this question, I will say 10 out of every 100 women are conscious about their purpose and only 2 out of the 10 are actively engaged in matters relating to their purposes. So what does that say? Many women are just coasting along like one women empowerment advocate mentioned. In our generation, there are three things I have observed that are limiting women from pursuing their purposes fully. The first one is stress. We are living in a

HOW TO FIND YOUR DREAMS AGAIN

  Photo: Efe Fagbeja. Source: woman.ng Efe Fagbeja is a life coach focused on self-discovery and personal fulfillment for women. She is a wife and mother of four. She worked in paid employment for about eight years and has been in business for the last ten years. She is also involved in several non-profit projects. Since 2006, alongside her work and business, she has counselled, coached and helped several women to take charge of their lives in spite of their personal challenges and circumstances. Below are some insights she shared on discovering your dreams again. Women who have lost their dreams live for everyone else except themselves. Many women are stuck as stay at home mums. It is not bad to do business from home, however many women are at home and stuck not by choice. If you want to be a stay at home, that is fine if that is your dream. How to Recognize a Lost Woman. “Ask yourself: "who makes the major decisions about my life?” When a woman’s life revolves around o