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Want to live a healthy lifestyle and help others do same while running a profitable business?
Then Fruit Carving is for you!
It's still a rare skill to have but many are taking advantage of this unsaturated market , be like them and enroll for our fruit carving lessons and we will turn you into an #amazingfruitartist
Learning Fruit Art may seem intimidating
It doesn't have to be when you have good instructions from us! .
Our students have progressed from training to paid fruit displays in a short time
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Today, lets go down memory lane?
Before we do, ever heard of First Movers Advantage? Its a business term used to describe early entrants in an industry. It is the advantage gained by the initial ("first-moving") occupants.
Now back to history, ever heard of the names below in their respective industries?
Makeup- Tara Fela-Durotoye Banke Meshida Lawal
Cake- Cakes By Tosan
Event- Funke Bucknor
Millions of Africans know these people because they were the FIRST or one of the FIRST on the scene in their niche.
Ask yourself, do you want history to remember you? Fruit Carving is a skill that is becoming in demand and will increase even more! Do you want to be one of the early entrants or a late comer?
Do you know you can make money and build a profitable business from fruit carving?
How about specializing in specific areas in fruit art? There is more than one way to earn a living through fruit art and we teach our students
For example, you can focus only on Fruit Art classes for kids and make a killing as no matter the economy, schools will always be open. You just need to put in the work to make things happen.
Your future self will thank you
Carving by #amazingfruitartist
Five Things You May Not Know About Me
1. I have a learning disability
2. Was clinically diagnosed with depression after losing my dad and sister in 9 weeks
3. I am a control freak
This can be a good thing or a bad thing
With @soratulip, my blog and pretty much everything I do work wise. I feel the need to be in full control. I find it hard to delegate and that probably comes from living on my own since I was 19 but I've realised I'm no super woman and delegation is important for growth. I can't do it all
4. I love Chinese food. It's my comfort meal especially when I'm sick
5. I'm Yoruba but people think I'm igbo