All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act on their dreams with open eyes, to make them possible. – T. E Lawrence
The last article gave a drone overview of how the dynamics in the business will rapidly change post Covid-19. To that end, this article seeks to postulate key proactive snippets that can give you dear reader an edge in the coming season.
There is no doubt that coronavirus has ravaged societies and affected every aspect of life. However, you should never waste a crisis. As they say, great fishermen fish in troubled waters, likewise, great men emerge from crisis and times of danger. Opportunities are always masked as predicaments. Its an opportunity to serve humanity whilst you generate income.
Coronavirus has pushed institutions to adopt online learning in a bid to save the 2020 academic year. Most schools and universities in Africa are ill-equipped to swiftly implement e-learning for various reasons. Dear reader you can tap into this gap, service it and emerge victorious in the midst of this storm. This calls for young entrepreneurs that are technology savvy to come up with viable, cost-effective solutions which are tailor made to the reality of our societies.
The 8am to 5 pm routine has been violently disrupted by the pandemic. Most companies have resorted to working from home due to safety concerns, dear reader the future is now digital. Ensure that your hustle embraces technology and exploit it to your advantage.
Don’t forget to do business with those who do business with you. Remember success is not final, failure is not fatal, it is the courage to continue that counts.
This article is by no means exhaustive and neither does it constitute business, financial or legal advice. The writer will not take any liability arising from this article.
About the author: Mufaro Mpofu| Attorney (Zim)| Columnist| +263 778 055 105