Six powerful principles of wealth creation
Wealth is also as a result of the function of your network. Your network determines your net worth. The quality of the value you provide and the quality of your relationships ultimately determines your net worth.
Maybe success is a chameleon, after all
Challenges will always arise - Whatever you become successful at, there will always be bumps and hiccups along the way, things to learn and practice, and most certainly some failures to move beyond.
F.E.A.R - The four killer letter words
Fear is the enemy of faith. They work in the same dynamics. You render fear inactive through faith and belief in the positive. Absence of boldness and courage empowers fear to reduce, paralyse and bring about the dysfunction in you.
Manleader – The infusion of leadership and management
Great businesses and the entrepreneurs that build these great businesses, especially in Nigeria, are those who have good management skills combined with good leadership skills and strive to be better at both.
America, Buhari, Nigeria, Trump & the world
Okay, so much has gone on in the world in the last two months. Is it just me or are we all watching the same things on the news, and reading these stories in the papers? I would like to look at these things as I see them...
Emotional Vampires: Guard your energy bank
Ken Blanchard said, “People who feel good about themselves produce good results”. This core truth from Blanchard is what some dangerous set of people are out to destroy directly or indirectly.
Mark Zuckerberg, Nigeria’s youth and the politics of things
This for me is a season of Mixed Feelings. For once, I think our Public Sector Leaders and a few Young Nigerians should swap roles, positions, offices and responsibilities for some months for good measure of service, work ethic, effectiveness, vision and Leadership. Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg, 31, worth over 40 Billion Dollars visited Lagos last…
What would ‘Trump’ ‘Clinton’ – leadership or character
Hello and Happy August month to you all. I am a lot more excited writing this, being my second editorial for you all to read. I hope you enjoyed the last one titled “Where Are Africa’s Youth”