I started my business with 1 laptop, printer from my living room - Successful lawyer

I started my business with 1 laptop, printer from my living room - Successful lawyer

- A hard-working lady, Precious G, has shared a success story of how she grew her business with limited resources

- Precious said anyone can succeed even when confronted with the paralysing fear of failure

- The lawyer said she spent everything in her account to set up in her living room

The story of Precious G, a lawyer, really goes to show that the greatest resource one needs to succeed is the power of will.

The legal practitioner narrated how she started her business right from her living room with a laptop, some stationery, a printer, and a desk.

She said she even had to empty her account to buy the stationery that were worth about $90 (N34,695.00). In a LinkedIn post, she advised people about the need to start small and to never feel discouraged.

A collage of the lawyer in her office. Photo source: LinkedIn
A collage of the lawyer in her office. Photo source: LinkedIn
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"So I started in my living room. My young brother was my clerk and messenger. I was the lawyer/administrator/secretary and perhaps the PRO!" She wrote.

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Precious said everyone can start like she did and make it even when they are confronted with a great fear of uncertainty.

Many people commented under her LinkedIn post, praising her for how she confronted her worst fear of starting with little resources.

One of the commenters with the name, Herbert Chakanyuka, appreciated how she meticulously carried out her plans to achieve the success she presently has.

"...Regardless of financial resources available at your disposal, an executed compelling vision is a prerequisite to thrive and grow your business. Well done for effectively executing your strategies to achieve this. Nothing can stop you in putting your footprints in the global landscape," he said

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man, Ichor Joshua, led a team of engineers, to build a locally-made ventilator so that more people can survive the pandemic.

He said that while there has been a lot of focus on high-tech ventilators, they worked on the ventilator to cater to environments without resources like a power supply.

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Called an S-Vent, Joshua said that the machine was built using materials and components that make it easy to build the ventilator anywhere. With its solar power technology, there is no limitation on where it could be used.

In other news, CNN honoured popular Nigerian kids called Ikorodu Bois who are very resourceful in using little to nothing props in mimicking popular high budget music videos.

The group is made up of three brothers who are 15-year-old Muiz Sanni, 10-year-old Malik Sanni and 13-year-old Fawas Aina who is their cousin.

With over 500,000 Instagram followers, the brothers' fame has gotten far and wide as their skillfulness in humorously remaking popular videos is topnotch.

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Their big brother, Babatunde Sanni (23), helps them to edit their videos and also acts as their manager.

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The same media gathers that Babatunde is the organizing brain behind their craft, something they were mostly doing for fun.

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