On The March Again – I

No, no, no! Not the political sing song of our mid nineties, (For those of my readers who are old enough to recall that political radio “song” advertorial of years gone bye.) And so, January ended. Just like that. If you don’t start acting and working on your plan now, by the end of February,…

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Redefine Your Success And Thrive In 2018 (Eight Lessons from Ariana Huffington’s, Thrive)

  Success: What does it mean to you? How will you know if you’ve “made it” or when you will finally “make it”? Two weeks ago, I was accompanying a friend to Enugu State. At the bus terminus while waiting for the vehicle to fill-up and take-off, I decided to glimpse at one of the…

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Leadership in the Face of Challenges – 17 Lessons from the book; On The Edge

Title: On The Edge – The Art of High Impact Leadership Author: Alison Levine ©2014 Hachette Book Group Inc Written by Alison Levine, every page of the book On The Edge – The Art of High Impact Leadership is full of useful insights and lessons that will resonate with all those who are in leadership…

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This is 2017, “Stop Talking and Start Doing.”

Hi every one. This is my first blog post for the year 2017. How far did you go with your Goodreads resolution for last year? For me, I scored 76%. That is 38 out of 50 books I projected to read. Actually I did more than this. I really can’t list all the titles covered…

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The Power of Knowing When to say No.

Book Title: NO! How One Simple Word Can Transform Your Life Author: Jana Kemp Publisher: AMACOM/American Management Association Year of Publication: 2005 “” I do not know where this song originated, but I can remember singing, rhyming or hearing it sang by kids in lower classes. That was over 40 years ago. Even my kids…

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More Grit to Your Life

Title: Grit – The Power of Passion & Perseverance Author: ©2016 Angela Duckworth Publisher: Simon & Schuster (Amazon Kindle e-book ) Attaining success and realizing lofty life and society transforming goals are not exclusively reserved for those we may consider naturally gifted trail-blazers. In her book, Professor Angela Duckworth explained that through the dint of endurance and…

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