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Feb 2018

Who Vs What

Monday Motivation – Who Vs What Learn to differentiate between Who you are and what you are going through. You aren’t what you are going through. You are who God made you to be. What you are going through is transient but the essence of your being is permanent. Hence don’t build a cathedral around the events of your life. Don’t define yourself by what...

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Feb 2018

The Eyes and The Heart

Good morning, It is a beautiful Tuesday morning after a short sleep. Matters of the Heart matters a lot. Because your eyes sees it doesn’t mean your heart must ponder it. What enters into your heart will surely find expression in your life – it is a matter of time. Hence, guard your heart with all you have got. As your heart goes so your...

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Lessons from My Weekend -Part 4 (The Final Episode)

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Jan 2018

Lessons from My Weekend -Part 4 (The Final Episode)

Back Home There is no place like home. I got back home to the lovely arms of my wife and kids. It has been a while that I missed a night at home. They were eager to see and have me back. My kids asked several questions like: Where did you go to? Where is Akure? Did you take an aeroplane? Why didn’t you go...

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Lessons from My Weekend Part 3

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Jan 2018

Lessons from My Weekend Part 3

The Journey Back After changing in the hotel to a more comfortable wear -Jeans and a t-shirt, I was taken back to the park to join a commercial vehicle heading to Lagos. At the park, I was taken aback when I noticed several scenarios. Scenario 1: An old man was selling an herb that cures every ailment. Only the Omnipotent God can do that. He...

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Lessons from My Weekend Part 2

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Jan 2018

Lessons from My Weekend Part 2

Saturday Night After a lovely time at the Wedding Reception – seeing old faces, meeting friends, families, colleagues, getting acquainted with new faces – we headed to the hotel because “tomorrow is Sunday”. Waoooo…. I forgot to mention that many people walked up to me to say words like “I follow you on social media” “I have head so much about you” “someone said this...

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Lessons from My Weekend – Part 1

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Jan 2018

Lessons from My Weekend – Part 1

This weekend was a great one for me. I broke out of the norm. I made a trip to Akure, the State Capital of Ondo State in South West Nigeria. I discovered that there were lessons I picked from the trip and I will like to share this with a larger audience. What necessitated my trip? I have a Mentee of about a decade. He...

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Jan 2018

Map Vs Territory

I woke up with this overwhelming thought – The MAP IS NOT A TERRITORY…..  A PLAN IS NOT AN ACTION …   Many people (including me)  gave a voice to the need  to have a plan ahead of 2018. Planning is strategic. Planning is deliberate.  It gives you an edge  in life because it prepares you for what you have ahead in life. Planning is a...

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Live Intentionally

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Jan 2018

Live Intentionally

In my book, Chronicles of Life, it was highlighted that one  of the key facts about our activities on this terriestial globe is that  Life on earth is calculated by duration but it is felt by the donations we make. This fact encapsulates the axiom that life is not a dress rehearsal. It is pretty tight and almost impossible to make head way on earth...

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Application of Principles

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Jan 2018

Application of Principles

Application of Principles make SUCCESS and FAILURE highly predictable. There is nothing like accidental Success or stumbling into failure. They are both subject to application and non-adherence to principles. Your first work as a human looking forward to becoming successful and significant in life is to understand the principles – rules, formula and working patterns – behind your chosen endeavour Principles are like the position...

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What My Father Taught Me

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Jun 2017

What My Father Taught Me

What My Father Taught Me My Father was a man of wit. His intelligence was evident in his legacy. He was almost an octogenarian. He was healthy and fulfilled. He was not owing any one. He had all he needed even though he was very simple. I grew up to become his only biological son yet he was a man with many sons. In his...

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