One might strive to become more ambitious while also becoming a standard bearer. A successful entrepreneur strives to not only be a boss but also to change the world by operating assiduously to accomplish predetermined goals.
This leads to the story of Igwe Ndubueze Johnpaul, fondly called Igwe pope, who indeed has leadership skills that are on par with those of a simple leader. After he confirmed that he failed at several things, before eventually becoming a celebrity car dealer, he said “now my objectives are to enlighten and empower people of all racial and ethnic backgrounds, producing a new generation of ideologues.”
“I have failed many times but my undergraduate years served as somewhat of a foundation for learning, which was made possible since I embraced the opportunity to learn and employ motivational factors like aspiration, outstanding quality, and determination to do more. I have been interested in implementing a supportive workplace by leveraging electronic channels to engage a wide audience.”
He, however, said it was rough but he had to start on a small scale. “Before I had my own cars to sell, I was running helter skelter to sell another person’s car. But with time and hard work, I started Igwe Autos charged with the task of buying cars. They guarantee top-notch services to all clients and they have a solid reputation. As a result, before clients make payments to buy cars, they also provide them with information about the cars and how they work.”
He added: “the company has four interesting facts worth knowing: Government ownership of Igwe Autos World Nig is absent; it is a Private Limited Company. No Nigerian-made goods are purchased or sold by the company. The company is well recognized for buying and selling high-quality imported cars, including brand-new and refurbished cars from abroad, rather than used cars made in Nigeria. Igwe Autos World Nig has now been approved by Google.”