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  1. Avatar kungu January 4th, 2012 at 11:13 am

    Sue, am definately sure you have more to offer than this, you got lots of experience and succes, give us more, the details, the abc, the narrow  and the hard path you travelled that would motivates more.

    1. Avatar Fisi April 23rd, 2012 at 8:52 pm

       Like Geoff says, most Kenyans want to get there fast they don’t realize that overnight success is unheard off. When Sue started, there were people who were many times wealthier than her. But she kept as on and struggled as many never paid she has perfected her art, while kila mtu wants to be like her. it takes about 5 yrs before you see start now on something that will grow and one that you like..dont go building flats like everyone is

  2. Avatar Sgachie January 5th, 2012 at 6:23 am

    This is encouraging. Thanks.

  3. Avatar Geoff April 23rd, 2012 at 3:50 pm

    The temptation to grow too fast or to start big puts a tremendous strain on capital and usually leads to premature burnout. Starting small has the additional advantage of allowing the entrepreneur to truly learn what works and what doesn’t without losingt too much in terms of customer goowdwill and perception. Kenyans need to learnt to be more patient. Like anything else you get better by doing the right thing over and over again.


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