Read the 5 tips to become self reliant. This is the surest way for you to make your own wealth and stop depending on others for survival.
Becoming self-reliant in is one thing that might seem difficult to so many people, especially for persons who lost their jobs or maybe the female gender. This article would be giving you the step by step guide on how you could become a self-reliant person in whatever you do.
What is involved in being self-reliant is just some level of confidence, hard-work and persistence of what you really know how to do.
Being self-reliant means that you can be able to proffer solutions to your own immediate problems, it could range from refilling your gas cylinder to paying up a child’s school fees. When you are self-reliant you can cater for others with your resources, rather than relying on income from someone, that’s what we are really bothering about in his context.
Sometimes it might be good to rely on people for help, at least it gives them a sense that they existed and gave you help, as at the time you really needed help, but a person must learn to pass through life’s difficulties and trials in order to attain his/her maximum capacity.
Many great people you see today, were self-reliant because they thought of what they could do to change their world, that’s why you see them in the position they are in now. This article gives you the guide on how you can be a self-reliant person in Nigeria.
How To Become Self Reliant and Make Your Own Wealth
How To Become Self-Reliant and Make Your Own Wealth
1. Think Broad Of What You Can Possibly Do:
For you to be a self-reliant person in Nigeria, you have to think wide in order to discover what you are passionate about, you have to do think of something that you would always love to do anywhere and anytime.
When you are able to think broad of what you can possibly do, it’s just so easy to become a self-reliant person in Nigeria.
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2. Have A Mindset That You Can Be Independent:
Many Nigerians, especially youths feel that they would have to attain a certain age before they can start fending for themselves, but that’s a wrong perception.
As a Nigerian youth, you have to be self reliant by gaining entrepreneurial skills that you give you the mindset of being an independent person, just like a woman who trained hundreds of people in Cross River state, Nigeria on various skills that were centered around catering and the people who enrolled for the free training are all succeeding better than their peers who are waiting for white collar jobs that is hard to find.
If you also observe, in developed places youths bring up innovative ideas and people would invest in it and in turn it would bring in profit for the youth as a reward, that’s a clear situation of a youth being self-reliant.
Having a mindset that you would have to depend on someone for help would likely make you not to succeed, because it would limit you from so many things.
If you take a look at the population of the people in Nigeria, you would discover that you can become a successful person by bringing up ideas that can be profitable, which benefit the masses.
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3. Pursue Your Dreams:
As a person who is hoping to be self-reliant in Nigeria, you have to do something that you love in order not to depend on people for help. If you know how to sing, then sing well and be self-reliant, if you know how to dance, then dance well and be self-reliant, if you know how to write, then write well and be self-reliant.
It all depends on you, no man was born without talent, discovering your talent and pursuing it at all cost can make you to become a self-reliant person in Nigeria.
In some places, attaining the age of 18 years means that you are a full grown adult, which practically means that you are an independent person, so whatever decision you take it’s to your own detriment.
With such a mentality, the person would be able to bring up ideas that can lead to success. It might be tough learning how to be self reliant, but you just have to pass through rough roads in order to discover your true potentials.
Being self reliant has to do with knowing your responsibilities and learning how to manage them by proffering the right solutions without external help.
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4. Think Of Alternative Sources Of Income:
A Nigerian can be self-reliant by thinking of alternative ways to make money. Let me give an example that illustrates this; You are a man and all you do is depend solely on your salary that the government pays you at the end of each month, let’s say government was not able to pay you for a particular month and you don’t have any other source of income. Does it mean you and your family would go hungry ? Wouldn’t you pay the bills ?
But when you had already thought of alternative sources of income, you are automatically going to escape a bad situation by being self-reliant executing the plan you had in mind of other ways to make money.
There are several businesses you could do to boost your income that would not affect you normal job. All you have to do is create a little time for it and some investment that wouldn’t cost you much.
Generally, what this point is trying to say is that thinking of alternative sources of income would surely make you to be self-reliant.
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5. Understand Basic Things:
If you really want to be a self-reliant person in Nigeria, then you would have to learn and understand basic things.
You need to have a fair knowledge of many things that happen around you, even though you must have being specialized in one thing.
Let’s take a look at a situation where a man is an engineer and all he knows is about construction and the like, when he gets home, his wife cooks and he eats well (but he doesn’t know how to cook).
But there’s this weekend, where his wife travelled for a function and he was home and no food at home, does it mean that he would not eat the whole weekend, simply because he doesn’t know how to cook ?
That shows he lacks “self-reliance”. Your ability to do some certain things at some certain conditions makes you a self-reliant person.
When you have basic understanding of things that happen within Nigeria, you can know what to do and how to do it without asking or relying on people for help.
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We have taken a look at these five tips that shows us how to become self-reliant in Nigeria and many people would see self-reliance as being so personal and trying to live an independent live, which means that you strictly would not ask for help from anyone, but that’s not true, when in an emergency situation, you can request for help.
Self-reliance just builds you up and why you would wonder why people in cities in Nigeria like Lagos, Abuja, Calabar, Port Harcort and others are more successful than people living in villages where they grew up. It’s because when they go out to those cities they become self reliant and take full responsibilities of what they should do.
They think outside the box and come up with something reasonable compared to when they would be in their villages where they would depend on their normal farm for food, fetch water from their normal stream and sleep in their father’s house of which they dwelled for years.
I hope this guide has revealed to you, how you can become a self-reliant person in Nigeria.
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