Ladypreneur Interview with Msmodish

Finally, it’s Monday, and as promised, we are posting the first Ladypreneur interview. This was actually the second interview we had in the first series out of five; we decided to bring this to your screen first.

To be sincere, I wasn’t exactly thrilled by the audio quality but I decided to share it all the same, while we work on improving this as we commence shooting of series two. This is because the message and the value of this interview go beyond the aesthetics of the video or audio.


I will be posting a transcript of the video before the week runs out for people who can’t spare enough data to watch till the end. So without further ado, I present to you, Damilola Oke, popularly known as Msmodish of Fierce and Modish.

For me the major lesson learnt from this interview is to always have a plan B for my business, please watch and share with me, what you can relate with in this video as well as the most important message you can take away from the video. Okay that’s enough talk already, watch and enjoy.

Author: Moradeyo Wola-Oyesoro

Deyodee is a Finance Analyst by day, business woman by noon and an aspiring writer by night. She has a thing for inspiring and grooming young ladies in business. To get a front row seat to whats going on with her, follow her on instagram @deyodee

8 thoughts on “Ladypreneur Interview with Msmodish”

  1. Nice piece Deyo, so proud of you. Go girl the sky is beyond your limits !!!???
    Her first pay was 35k.

  2. 35,000 Naira, worked for City People assisting the Hair Stylist on a cover shoot. Ha!
    I got this! Lol.

    Great job Mo. It took a giveaway to get me here, but I have learned a lot actually. That talk about Confidence in what one does.
    Ok bye now.

  3. 35,000
    this is really nice…
    thanks for bring me here
    am going to be on the watch out for interesting articles

  4. I finally came around to the ladyprenuer series, keep it coming Deyo. At last somebody that defied the Nigerian mentality that you must always work for free to build a portfolio before you can make it.

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