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Practical design ideas for the developing world
10 Simple Ways
Startups Can Survive
Frequent Power
Outages
TM
Copyright © 2015 2017
by MOJAKA.
All rights reserved. No part of
this publication may be
altered. Share as it is.
Written ...
TM
When the power crises in Ghana hit
its peak, some businesses died, oth-
ers were left crawling on their knees. It
was a...
Before the power
goes out...
Ironing your clothes for
the week insures you
always have something
great to wear. It saves
time and energy.
Prepare your
...
Be efficient. Create a
culture of sticking to your
master plan. Endeavour
to finish projects ahead
of schedule.
Work smart...
After
the
power
has
gone
out...
Run to your mum and
dad or friend or relative
or neighbour and ask if
you could use their
electric generator.
Seek help3
Make reading your habit.
Look for articles, books,
portfolios that can help
you come better at your
skill or craft.
Read4
Go out and meet people
in the flesh, make friends,
network and enthusias-
tically talk to them about
your products or ser-...
Step outside, to the park
and watch nature in all
its glory. Smile when you
have to. Run when you
can. Play if you must.
A...
You may need to sleep
during the day. And wake
up refreshed and revital-
ised to work when power
comes back.
Sleep7
Spend time cleaning your
office or studio. Get rid of
the clutter that can make
your clients lose faith in
your ability to...
It’s ok to feel disappoint-
ed about the situation.
Find a place - like the
beach - and yell it all out.
After that, gathe...
Grab yourself a mug of
coffee at a serene coffee
shop where there’s pow-
er and possibly wifi and
work there.
Work
Remotel...
Get creative.
And make lemonade
out of lemons.
mojakastudio.com
mojakastudio.com
TM
tel: +233-302-961-653
web: mojakastudio.com
email: info@mojakastudio.com
mobile/whatsapp: +233-277-197...
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  1. 1. Practical design ideas for the developing world 10 Simple Ways Startups Can Survive Frequent Power Outages TM
  2. 2. Copyright © 2015 2017 by MOJAKA. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be altered. Share as it is. Written and illustrated by Fiifi Dzansi.
  3. 3. TM When the power crises in Ghana hit its peak, some businesses died, oth- ers were left crawling on their knees. It was a difficult time for startups. Though things have improved in recent times, power outages are not gone entirely. We did some very simple things that helped us to keep our head above water.
  4. 4. Before the power goes out...
  5. 5. Ironing your clothes for the week insures you always have something great to wear. It saves time and energy. Prepare your clothes 1
  6. 6. Be efficient. Create a culture of sticking to your master plan. Endeavour to finish projects ahead of schedule. Work smart and hard 2
  7. 7. After the power has gone out...
  8. 8. Run to your mum and dad or friend or relative or neighbour and ask if you could use their electric generator. Seek help3
  9. 9. Make reading your habit. Look for articles, books, portfolios that can help you come better at your skill or craft. Read4
  10. 10. Go out and meet people in the flesh, make friends, network and enthusias- tically talk to them about your products or ser- vices. Sell5
  11. 11. Step outside, to the park and watch nature in all its glory. Smile when you have to. Run when you can. Play if you must. Appreciate Nature 6
  12. 12. You may need to sleep during the day. And wake up refreshed and revital- ised to work when power comes back. Sleep7
  13. 13. Spend time cleaning your office or studio. Get rid of the clutter that can make your clients lose faith in your ability to do a clean job. Tidy up8
  14. 14. It’s ok to feel disappoint- ed about the situation. Find a place - like the beach - and yell it all out. After that, gather yourself together and get back to work. Scream it out 9
  15. 15. Grab yourself a mug of coffee at a serene coffee shop where there’s pow- er and possibly wifi and work there. Work Remotely 10
  16. 16. Get creative. And make lemonade out of lemons.
  17. 17. mojakastudio.com
  18. 18. mojakastudio.com TM tel: +233-302-961-653 web: mojakastudio.com email: info@mojakastudio.com mobile/whatsapp: +233-277-197-651 facebook/instagram/twitter: @mojakastudio
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You may have a brilliant idea and a small business but you may not always have a constant power supply to keep things going. This presentation helps you to put the little things in place so you can survive.

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