Member Spotlight – Esther Anolu

Our member spotlight this week features Ms. Esther Anolu. In this interview, Esther shares that she joined the aha! Trybe community in October of last year and describes her experience as positive, enjoying the interactive and educational posts, as well as the communal vibe. Esther wanted to become a news reporter when she was a child, but she currently works as a digital marketer and loves the customer interaction and content creation involved in her job. Enjoy this conversation we had with her. 😉

aha! Trybe: How long have you been a member of aha! Trybe?

Esther: I’ve been a member of the Trybe since October last year.

aha! Trybe: Why did you join the Trybe?

Esther: A friend of mine whom I work with was the one who introduced me to the trybe and recommend I join. She had some rave reviews and she thought it would be a great community for me to join.

aha! Trybe: How would you describe your experience with us so far?

Esther: My experience so far has been really nice. I love the fact that the trybe is quite interactive. There are very educative posts that enlighten me. I also love that it’s not always about health. There are other topics that are posted for conversation and the interaction is always fun.

aha! Trybe: What do you like most about the trybe?

Esther: I love the communal vibe that I get. I like the communication and quick response or resolutions to inquiries and stuff like that.

aha! Trybe: What did you want to become when you were a child?

Esther: I wanted to become a news reporter.

aha! Trybe: What is your current occupation?

Esther: I am a digital marketer.

aha! Trybe: What do you love most about your job?

Esther: I get to always interact with customers. I love the content creation, doing the research and the investigation

aha! Trybe: Can you tell us 3 most important rules you live by?

Esther: 1. Be kind to everyone, not just people you think you can gain from. 2. Have a grateful heart, learn to appreciate and be happy about even the little things in life. 3. Lastly, treat people the way you want to be treated. Don’t do things to people that you would personally not take.

These are the three most important rules of life that I live by.

aha Trybe: Does success for you depend on having a university degree?

Esther: No, it doesn’t. For me, success does not depend on the level of education you have. I feel hardwork, favour, dedication and disciple is what gets you success. Education is like the cherry on top. It may or may not be there. It doesn’t change what is supposed to happen. It may just add to it and give you an edge, but it doesn’t necessarily guarantee success.

aha! Trybe: What is your idea of good music?

Esther: I’m not sure… My taste in music can be very weird 😂. But I like music that just calms you down and cools you. Generally speaking, my idea of good music is something that just relaxes you and can make you forget about your worries.

aha! Trybe: What’s the most adventurous thing you’ve done?

Esther: I can’t think of anything right now that I’ve done that is seriously so adventurous.

aha! Trybe: Do you feel like there are double standards when it comes to rules for men and women?

Esther: Yeah. I think there are and it affects both males and females. There are some things that guys get away with that women can not. And there are also things that women do and get away with but men cannot get away with. It just shows that you can’t have it both ways all the time. It’s just the way people say women are loved for just being there and being women while men are loved for what they provide – although, I do not believe this statement. I think it just kind of drives the point that there are double standards when it comes to rules for men and women.

aha! Trybe: What advice would you like to share with members of the community?

Esther: Try to live a healthy life. Try to be happy and take life slowly. Take each day as it comes. Do not worry or think too much. Let things be and fall into place as they should be.

aha! Trybe: Do you have a business you would like us to patronise?

Esther: Yes! Not my business per se, but my mum’s business. It’s called Carol Fabrics. We sell different kinds of fabrics – Ankara, Kampala, Senator material for men, Adire, Silk, Chiffon materials, Net fabrics, Velvet, Sequence etc. We sell them at very affordable prices. Our shop is at Iju Shaga (Lagos), number 34 Ajibode Street. Asides that, you can follow us on Instagram @carol.fabrics We have most our fabrics posted there. You can also contact me directly if you’d like to purchase any fabric. My contact number is 08078270948.

aha! Trybe: Anything else you would like to share with us?

Esther: I just want to say I’m honored to be interviewed and featured in the member spotlight. I am actually surprised because I haven’t been interacting so much on the group. I am more or less a silent member 😁, but I really do appreciate this opportunity. I must also commend that you guys are doing a very fantastic job and say well done to the team. I wish us many more years and more customers. The community is going to grow to be a really huge one. Thank you!

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