Sunday, 14 September 2014

Best Life Ever

A life of fulfillment is the best life anyone can ask for. Sitting here and typing this words, I ask myself 'What really makes a person fulfilled'? Is it the endless hours of working a 9 to 5 job with so much reward or endless hours of doing what you are really passionate about, without even getting a good reward. I'd pick the second option anytime.
I definitely find doing what I love fun. This brings me to the questions; What do you really love? What would you do in your next life? What can you wake up at midnight to do without feeling uncormfortable or frustrated. Then you must really love that thing. To the younger folks reading this, the best advice you can get for free is to make sure you spend quality time training yourself to be better at what you are passionate about. You may live a life of regret if you are too laid back thinking everything would automatically work for your good. Working hard at your skills would eventually pay. Whether it's a game, an instrument, an art or any skill at all, as far as you find it interesting then it's totally worth it.
Despite the fact that being educated is extremely important, always find out what you can do that'll set you apart from others. This would give you direction on the part of your destiny. 
Everyone has that special gift they can be identified with. Your passion lies within your gift. 
I promise you, you'll never regret giving your passion your best shot because it would eventually be rewarding in the end. The endless hours would seem like you are playing a video game in the history of life, because there is no better way to live life than to do what you truelly love.

Just My Thoughts

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

5 Tips You Need to Build a Good Network

Building a network is a good way to grow in every area of life. You'd always need people, and when I mean people, I mean the right people. 
How do you build your network of creative and influential people? 
Here are 5 quick tips

1. Try to meet 5 new people at every gathering, party and event: When you meet a new person always find an area of interest where you have same views, that way you can gain from each other.

2. Build your Brand: Always bear in mind that your a special brand. You are unique and there are special qualities you have that others don't, so sell yourself at every chance you get.

3. Attend functions and gatherings where you can connect with like minds: You must surround yourself with people in your industry. People that think and function like you do.

4. Make sure you keep contacts: Keeping contacts and information should be a habit. You'll never know when you need a helping hand.

5. Smile: You attract the best people when you smile. This is the best tip and one that I need to work on as well. Smile before you get into a room, smile before starting a conversation, smile while having the conversation. Smile at all times. It's a Magic Gate-pass.

Opportunity and Preperation

This is one Great phrase that's been on my mind. You have one chance at a great opportunity, and two options. It's either you Win or Fail. 
Get ready for what's before you. You never know when opportunity might come knocking. Put in great hours of practice. Make out time to learn and gain knowledge. You have a greater chance at your opponent when you are ready.
Most times we are relaxed, hoping and waiting for a miracle. The thing is a miracle won't happen if you are not prepared to receive it.

With great expectations, work with courage and discipline. Be persistent in acquiring skills and knowledge.
I love the saying,

“Success always comes when preparation meets opportunity”-Henry Hartman

Go get your dreams but make sure your are not too late. Make sure you gave it your very best and even if you had to loose, the reason is justified. You did your best anyway.
The Best is yet to come. 
Just my thoughts on paper.

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Big Win at CommonWealth Games

Congrats to Blessing Okagbare for making us proud at The Commonwealth Games.
In the final of the Womens 100 metre race, the 25 year old won the race beating Jamaica's Veronica Campbell Brown who came second.
The fastest woman in CommonWealth won the race in 10.85 sec. She stands out with her bright blonde hair. See pic below

Great Story of Eniola

A 23 year old who makes importing look easy. He Started his importing business with N10,450 from home.
He makes N250,000 profit monthly by importing and selling Mobile phones, Accessories and jewelries.
The most interesting part of this story is that he was just a secondary school product from Akure and started this business with little capital.
Capital was his initial challenge. He had to lend from his mum to start the business.
Being a good entrepreneur is all about determination, discipline and persistence.
Check out for more details.

New and Fresh-'UBA Next Gen Account'

A Brilliant idea from the UBA group for the younger generation. The UBA Next Generation Account has been introduced for teenagers and young adults.
This should encourage young people to develop a saving habit at early stages in life.
Check out pictures from the launch at Intercontinental Hotel on Monday, with young artistes such as Yemi Alade and Sean tizzle performing and wowing the crowd

Thursday, 5 June 2014

Aint Nobody Got Time..

Time is not to be wasted. Get your mind ticking like a clock. The common fact about time is that it never waits. So you've got to do what you've got to do.
Someone once told me in a Time Management class 'Every year you're going to be wishing you where a year younger and did what you had to do last year'. Its totally true, at least for most adults.
Live for every moment, seize every opportunity. Make it all worth it, because you'll never get it back.
Time is just as precious as money. Make plans, follow them through. Take every given day seriously because its such a blessing.
This year marks the birth of The AprilSeed Talent Management group. My dream is to build dreams, and make them work. I never say never. If I fail, I only keep trying.
AprilSeed is all about identifying and nurturing young peoples talents. I believe that the time factor is important in identifying people's talents. The earlier the better.  The earlier an individual is discovered, the more positive and productive they would be.
A child grows to understand what he/she is made for. Guidiance just makes self discovery better. We can be more productive people, with more productive youth if we start early.
God Loves me so much, he made me a blessing.
Stay Blessed.

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

A World With No Problems

Imagine a world with no problems. A world where people have no major issues. A world without aspiration, without anything to challenge you or trigger the fire in you.
The worlds greatest men are birth in times of great challenges.  This is why a problem should be looked at from a positive perspective. A problem only gives you a chance to come up with a solution and develop more solutions for people with similar problems.
Problems also birth ideas. Only a really troubled person who has been so caught up with the issues of life, would birth the worlds lasting solution. Innovative people are problem solvers.
For several years I asked myself 'What can you do to make living life better'? and I answered, anything you do that touches lifes, that improves the well being of people, is worth doing.
I often think of Great men who changed peoples lives through their inventions, productions and Creativity. The impact of Mark Zuckerberg in our generation, would always be felt.
I know so many people have not been given the opportunity to express their true potential. Theres no limit to what a person can do if given the chance or opportunity to do what they know best. If not given an opportunity, then by all means create one.

I've been silent for a while, I just popped in to drop my thoughts. I'd hopefully be more active with my projects in progress.
Remember. ..Impossible is Nothing. Keep winning.


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