When you’re living in a developing country, the reality of economic hardship is very real. Getting a job, with a steady paycheck is difficult and most of the jobs available do not pay well enough. Robert Kiyosaki, in his book Rich Dad, Poor Dad points out that being an entrepreneur is one of the ways to becoming financially stable and wealthy, so being an entrepreneur is one of the ways for people living in developing countries to be free from poverty. I saw this article, written by Ben Kubassek and I believe it can be a jump start into entrepreneurship for young people living in a country like Nigeria . Here’s an excerpt.
As a serial entrepreneur, author and speaker it is my life purpose to share my experiences (both successes and failures) with young people around the world to help them know, go and grow as young entrepreneurs. In this article I share the top 50 small business ideas for young people in developing countries that can be started with very little money and yet have great income potential.
Here the list:
1. Accounting– If you have an accounting degree you can start a freelance accounting/bookkeeping service for other small businesses who can’t afford a full-time person..
2. Affiliate Marketing – If you are a persuasive person, you can get a commission from a company for selling their products to third parties.
Read the rest of the post on his blog at http://knowgogrow.com