Friday, October 14, 2016


You can transform your entire life with just #300 ($0.95). Isn't that amazing? Just click this link... FROM THE AUTHOR Mine Your Gold is an evident result of the lessons wrapped with true-life experiences contained herein. This piece in your hand marks the beginning of a tremendous positive change in your entire generation and the ones to come. It can be the best gifts to your loved ones Perhaps you have read the nursery rhyme of Solomon Grundy: “Born on Monday, christened on Tuesday, got married on Wednesday, took ill on Thursday, grew worse on Friday, died on Saturday, buried on Sunday. That was the end of Solomon Grundy.” An ordinary life story like this cannot be a story you desire to be told of you. What you have in your hand is a toolkit committed to helping you live your best. This book will inspire and motivate you from where you are, to the highest point of self productivity. It will transform a mind of negative selfperception to a possible positive conception; purpose driven and goal pull off. It is a testimony of accomplishment encoded with rudiments for self establishment. See how I achieved in twelve months what I couldn’t in twenty and eight years. I’ll be glad to receive an email of your appraisal or feedback; how helpful this book has been to you. Thank you. Email: BUY THIS EBOOK: ABOUT THE BOOK Mine Your Gold is a true story that chronicles the evolution of Paul Okuk. It is a literature that goes beyond entertainment to infusing moral, philosophical and psychosomatic mentality in the reader towards succeeding within a time frame. The success tools for self development and financial breakthrough are loaded in this book in form of quotes, nuggets, episodes, bible references and testimonies. It is one of the best works that breathe life to a dormant potential. The protagonist here applied these principles, and twelve months was just enough for him to achieve what he couldn’t in twenty-eight years. If you must mine your gold, you must mind your business. BUY THIS EBOOK: ABOUT THE AUTHOR Paul Okuk, an indigene of Akwa Ibom Nigeria was born in Makurdi, but grew up in Abuja, Nigeria. He invests his time and energy in self-studies and personal development; participating in seminars and conferences around the country. Currently, Paul Okuk is a Business Developer, Marketing Strategist, Jingle Artiste, Actor, Award Winning Blogger, and Poet. He founded GetInspired, FashionFriq Modeling Agency, and Creative Magazine. In 2014, he was listed as one of the top African Influencers. Paul Okuk is more involved in Community Development Initiatives. You can transform your entire life with just #300 ($0.95). Isn't that amazing? Just click this link...

Saturday, March 26, 2016

THE 5KEYS (Marketing Strategies)

What does it take to develop the best marketing strategy for your business regardless of your product or service? Many business owners believe a marketing strategy must be developed by focusing on your specific target audience or overall business objective. While this is very true, there are five key areas a marketing strategy must contain to develop a business. 1. Selling your business begins with selling yourself. Without having a true ambition for what your service or product is, you will not be able to market your products or services to the public successfully. Essentially, we are talking about a passion that shines through when you speak directly to your customers or when your employees interact with your customers. Let you and your employees be marketing tools to excite your customers. Marketing your business surprisingly doesn't begin with marketing your service or product – change that idea and start marketing yourself by building enthusiasm and raging passion for your business. 2. When dealing with the public, tailor the delivery and idea of your product or service so that your potential customers understand the value that you bring. This is done by understanding the reasons you are in business; and being honest with yourself in regards to the worth that your product or service provide. If your 'original' passion for going into business was genuine, others will understand that as well, and buy into what you're selling. 3. Explain vividly to your customers; the benefits and overall reasons “why” your product or service is essential to them. Exemplifying passion while selling your product or service will clearly be seen by others and this oftentimes creates a trust and respect with customers, which will ultimately develop into a long term business/customer relationship. 4. Differentiation is great when marketing your product or service but simply explaining the differences will not do much good if those differences are not complimented with unique benefits and telling your unique story that will intrigue interest. 5. Simply reflect on your own buying habits as a customer and what would inspire you to try a new product or service. You see, we as business owners can all realize that we want to be successful in generating business, but we don't always step on the other side of the transaction as buyers and realize what it takes to be sold on a product or service. Understand your business, be intimately involved with what your true business goals are, be sincere with your customers; and if you do not turn away from your core value, you will be a successful business owner. Paul Okuk

Thursday, February 4, 2016


There's one truth you should know: you get in life what you put in it. Are you going to sit there complaining or are you going to take your bull by the horn?

Do you know that you are unstoppable? You can achieve whatever you set your mind to achieve. Your physical challenge is never enough to stop you if your determination stays tall. Your financial position can't stop you either if you stay positive and constantly raging your thoughts for money-making ideas. Your background? Let it stay at your background. The only person that can stop you is YOU! "Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper..." (3 John 2:1).

You don't have a reason to fail! Your attitudes toward achieving success are all you need to constantly put in check. Where you are going is more important compared to where you are coming from.

Have a fruitful life!
Paul Okuk