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list of world's happiest and prosperous countries



Its the scandinavians where Atheism is more like 70% and above that seems to be the ones doing well!

US no even make first 10 self
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Hahahaha...I laugh!! Well it depends on what you call "happiness". The Scandinavian countries have one of the highest suicide rates in the world. Having the best living conditions in terms of infrastructure and business opportunities does not necessarily translate to happiness. With harsh winter conditions and dark winter days, this report must be a joke!! You need to see a typical Scandinavian demeanour during winter.

I think Nigerians should be the happiest people in the world. Why? This is the only country where leaders loot the national income and put in their private bank account home and abroad but yet the people smile and rejoice every day...

This is a country where corruption has eaten deep into the power/energy sector, educational, health and financial sector and even the security sector(just name any sector sef) but yet Nigerians are still happy and cracking jokes every day...

This is a country were some many people work and get paid stipends after a hard days job yet you will see that same individual in the beer parlour flexing and spending that same collected stipend on drinks, gals, and peeps in a merry mood.


On SMN alone you will see d jokes were oga oracle,nosa,overload, KOD, Afolabi,manemi, B2R and co dey crack, is that not sign of happiness and joy despite the present situation in the country...

If people can still smile, rejoice and even crack jokes despite the harsh situation of living and recalcitrant attitudes of our leaders, then i need a proper orientation on what happiness is.

I dont even think the Scandinavians can even survive in this kind of environment without causing chaos..People can be wealthy and living in exorbitant places but yet still be sad and lonely...
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I think Nigerians should be the happiest people in the world. Why? This is the only country where leaders loot the national income and put in their private bank account home and abroad but yet the people smile and rejoice every day...

This is a country where corruption has eaten deep into the power/energy sector, educational, health and financial sector and even the security sector(just name any sector sef) but yet Nigerians are still happy and cracking jokes every day...

This is a country were some many people work and get paid stipends after a hard days job yet you will see that same individual in the beer parlour flexing and spending that same collected stipend on drinks, gals, and peeps in a merry mood.


On SMN alone you will see d jokes were oga oracle,nosa,overload, KOD, Afolabi,manemi, B2R and co dey crack, is that not sign of happiness and joy despite the present situation in the country...

If people can still smile, rejoice and even crack jokes despite the harsh situation of living and recalcitrant attitudes of our leaders, then i need a proper orientation on what happiness is.

I dont even think the Scandinavians can even survive in this kind of environment without causing chaos..People can be wealthy and living in exorbitant places but yet still be sad and lonely...

My brother Nigeria is the place to be oh! Its better to be poor in Nigeria than to be poor in Europe and if you're rich in Nigeria the only thing that could experience a higher state of happiness would have to be in heaven.
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My brother Nigeria is the place to be oh! Its better to be poor in Nigeria than to be poor in Europe and if you're rich in Nigeria the only thing that could experience a higher state of happiness would have to be in heaven.
Sir Nosa, you said it all.
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My brother Nigeria is the place to be oh! Its better to be poor in Nigeria than to be poor in Europe and if you're rich in Nigeria the only thing that could experience a higher state of happiness would have to be in heaven.

Hmmm..............Yeah true words spoken...........The only place I wanna be
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My brother Nigeria is the place to be oh! Its better to be poor in Nigeria than to be poor in Europe and if you're rich in Nigeria the only thing that could experience a higher state of happiness would have to be in heaven.
Nigeria is the best place to be and be happy...

If a poor man can still flex and enjoy himself with 5 wives in Nigeria wetin rich man no go enjoy...

Like u said oga nosa, it is better to be poor in Nigeria than to be poor in europe...
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Hahahaha...I laugh!! Well it depends on what you call "happiness". The Scandinavian countries have one of the highest suicide rates in the world. Having the best living conditions in terms of infrastructure and business opportunities does not necessarily translate to happiness. With harsh winter conditions and dark winter days, this report must be a joke!! You need to see a typical Scandinavian demeanour during winter.
Oya, send us picture of yourself, sebi na winter and u be Scandinavian
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Sir Hispy99, if you borrow me your Private jet and camera I go get plenty pictures for you.
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Sir Hispy99, if you borrow me your Private jet and camera I go get plenty pictures for you.
No wonder why yu be sad scandinavian. If you have to borrow a camera as a scandinavian, you will most likely be miserable.
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No wonder why yu be sad scandinavian. If you have to borrow a camera as a scandinavian, you will most likely be miserable.
You should know that there are special cameras that can be used to take outstanding pictures of the scenery in the Arctic pole. Abi you want me to use my Opako Camera to take am when I can enlist such a service from Sir Hispy99?
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You should know that there are special cameras that can be used to take outstanding pictures of the scenery in the Arctic pole. Abi you want me to use my Opako Camera to take am when I can enlist such a service from Sir Hispy99?
You wicked o, you wan collect Oga Hispy camera, use am take better picture of a happier country, when him own country of residence sef nor enter top 10.
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SOMETHING USEFUL TO SHARE WITH INTENDING AND YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS: GAVILIAN Computer company which squandered over $40 Million in venture capital without ever getting a product out the door had exquisite corporate offices. As one employee told us, “I felt like I was already working in the FORTUNE 500. It diluted any real sense of urgency. And you know, it wasn’t different from some other start-ups I ‘ve been with” . It is normal among young enterpreneurs to see having a well set-up office as a sign of having started in business, go get the business first then you can start overlooking getting a nicely furnished office. The Point here is that your company will cross many finish lines, thresholds (i.e completing a mission) in its life and there will be symbols of these finish lines (e.g a public offering, moving into a new office building, industry awards etc), you should make sure that these symbols lead to continual work towards and ever moving compelling mission. If you just sit there and fall into the trap of ‘We have arrived’. You will get COLD and DIE.

My notes from the study of the book (BEYOND ENTREPRENEURSHIP - ISBN 0-13-381526-9)
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"The Most important quality in an Entrepreneur is not HONESTY or INTEGRITY...It is BRILLIANCE & COURAGE..If you don't have courage, you won't be honest when being honest will hurt you. Also if you don't have courage you won't have the guts to walk away from good, safe opportunity to pursue an opportunity that most people think is crazy e.g Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook & Bill Gates of Microsoft both of whom dropped out of Havard and Steve Jobs of Apple & Larry Ellison of Oracle who dropped out of other colleges. They were all on tracks that would lead to success, and they all walked away" - Andreessen Horowitz (a founding patner of a Silicon Valley Venture Capital, while speaking at the DLD Conference on 21st January 2013)
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In 1952, a tiny, struggling seven year old company, TOKYO TSUSHIN KOGYO and its founders were wrestling with the question of how to propel itself along the path to Greatness. They set the mission, “ To Create a product that becomes pervasive worldwide”. The company then implemented the mission by creating and marketing the first radio small enough to fit in a shirt pocket. Today, the company is known as SONY Corporation.
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In 1952, a tiny, struggling seven year old company, TOKYO TSUSHIN KOGYO and its founders were wrestling with the question of how to propel itself along the path to Greatness. They set the mission, “ To Create a product that becomes pervasive worldwide”. The company then implemented the mission by creating and marketing the first radio small enough to fit in a shirt pocket. Today, the company is known as SONY Corporation.
they better go revive those founders the way Sony has been performing
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AFTER having undercut and eclipsed the indigenous religions, the miracle-encrusted, proselytising faiths have become the most widely accepted creeds in Africa. Indeed, overwhelming recourse to mosques/churches, plus reflex-action, ritualistic, prayers anywhere, and at anytime, has won Nigerians acclaim as the most religious people on earth. Yet, patronage of the cure-all faiths has failed totally to arrest the collapse of values and the prevalence of corruption and instability. Nor have the much ballyhooed prophecies of comprehensive prosperity materialised. Why?
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