Be happy when selling your goods and services!!!!



Belove friends I want to share with you about my strong appetite for efere editan Editan soup here in #MarketFriday by @dswigle.
Above is the sliced Editan leaves

This the Editan leaves.
This is what took me to itam market located at itam road. This market is everyday market where sell men and women showcase their products.

This is inside of the market.
Very large and it can occupied a great number of people.

In my house I was asked to make lists for market.
I asked my mom what will I cook, she said any soup I want to
I made the lists.

After making the list I left to market to purchase those things.
Reaching market the first seller I met was a kind of franking her face so i left her to another person. I am a kind of person when I go to market to buy from a seller, all what I need from you is a smile. Only smile can cause me to purchase from you often, each day I enter market. I'm not a business type but there is kind smile I will put on my face that if didn't want to buy that thing you will buy it by the force of my smile.
As a buyer, I smile with my seller. I bargain with a smile on my face.


This is my customer's place that I do buy from her. She is a nice seller. I so much trust on her business.
These are the things I purchased from her

  • Red oil
  • knorr Maggi
  • achi
  • Garri
    The same thing with the woman above, who slice Editan for me.
    Franking your face doing a business doesn't speak well of you.

Instead be the one to put smile on your customers face, even if that customer is a first timer coming to you and he or she find out that your goods are so exorbitant, he or she might abuse you, calling you all sorts of name. Be sincere, are going to fight with him or her too. Oh no, instead you will tame him or her down and talk to him as an experience business person. You will see, he will succumb. Some of them they want to test you to see if indeed you are a good business person.
Always a smile on your face when selling or buying.

These were the things that took me to market

This is meat. I bought at #2000 only. The woman tried in cutting.

This is fish. In our dialect we call it uman iyak.

This is periwinkles. In our dialect we call it mfi.

This is skin meat. In our dialect we call it ikpa enan.

This is fresh pepper. In our dialect we call it ntuen okpo.

This is water leaf. In our dialect we call it mmonmon nkon.

This is red oil. In our dialect we call it aden.

Do you care to learn my dialect as well? If yes you come over to Akwa Ibom. I will teach you free of charge.

@peckypeace had returned from market. She is in the kitchen chopping water leaf. What a young chef. @peckypeace your husband will enjoy you oooooo.

@peckypeace is washing periwinkles.


She is always happy cooking and doing other house chores.

Okay, this is what I have for you friends.

Be joyful in your business, even as a hiver be happy writing and posting in any community of your choice.

God bless you as you read my blog.

Feel free to leave your comments and your upvote here. I love you all.

I remain @peckypeace.


Traditional market sell many items,such as lettuce leaves,beef,smoked fish and seasonings, if they are cooked with the righ spices,the will taste good. Like cooking,thank you.


Adding all the things you mentioned actually gave taste to my soup. It was sumptuous one. Thank you for reading.


Thank you are welcome, greetings.


Anything you do without happiness isn't worth the best you can to attract customers which in turn affects your turn over


Local markets are wonderful. I hope you sell all the produce you make so happily @peckypeace


I didn't actually sell instead I buy the products. Thank you for your comments.


I must say that going in with your best face is the way to travel. If you are not feeling the happiest, it doesn't need to be shared with people who have nothing to do with it. I am glad that you got what you needed and at prices that were agreeable. Thank you so much for bringing us to your market!

#MarketFriday has evolved over time from straight shopping to a cultural affair as it highlights how we differ and then again, how much we are alike. We have become a melting pot of culture, but, it is still the Rituals, Festivals, food, architecture, even your language/languages that separate us... Along with the fact of what is normal for where you live? These are unwritten rules that rule our social behaviors. I see this as allowing for increased tolerance between cultures and nations, and opportunities to come together on an even playing ground. A strong culture can be beneficial to a country as it promotes unity, especially during a crisis, peaceful debate, and open dialogue. I can only hope this to be true.

Fridays are all about the #MarketFriday Challenge! Looking to take part in it? Here is how:

Rules of the Road to Join #MarketFriday!

  1. Go to the market, or anywhere that you pay money for a service.
    Take pictures! Be creative!
  2. Tell us a little bit about the market or the event. What brought you there? What did you buy? How much did it cost?
  3. Post the picture(s) Of course, you should tell a little bit about the ones you post
  4. Use the MarketFriday Community Platform to post #hive-196308 (this is not required, but appreciated)
    5. Drop the link into the MarketFriday comment section so I can find it
  5. Following me and reblogging the post so more see it would be appreciated !! Not a rule, just appreciated, more vision for more views on your posts!
    7. You must put #MarketFriday by @dswigle somewhere on your post. If you don't and someone reads it, there is nothing to tie #MarketFriday to that post.
  6. Please only one post each week. Believe it not, I run out of voting power if you put in many more than that.

As always, please remember! #MarketFriday loves you!

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