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Saturday, 17 November 2018

What's Your Norm?

What is your norm? Where do polite, respect, kind and considerate moments appear in your day and how frequent are they? My guess is that many of us will have a hard time answering that question.

My own norm is to make my behavior very sweet. With classic behavior thrown out the window in our society, it's been hard maintaining refined disposition. In my daily life, I try with an intention to choose kindness over violence, compassion over cruelty, and action over indifference. I believe good manners surprisingly offer sweet ways to respond and interact with people to get the best results in today's world.

We spend so much time and energy focusing on the negatives that affect us. When a difficult, conflicting or angry moment appears, as I encourage me, I encourage you to put in the intentional effort to lower the emotional level by acting kindly. This act of thoughtfulness brings goodness and smile.

We should all make good manners our norm to make the world a better place for everyone. Thank you for always valuing my invaluable thoughts. Much love to all. Damilola Ogunremi, DRS Etiquette & Image Consulting.


Are You Putting Down Your Value?

Is where you go, how you carry yourself and the sort of friends you keep putting down your value? If your answer is equivocal 'YES.' Well, it's time you evaluate these three things in your life and make the right choices. If you must know, the pedestal you decide to place yourself in life can either detract from your value or add to it. The sort of people you surround yourself with and the way you choose to present yourself. To start making the right choices today, first of all, make your mind your best friend, and begin to create a greater reality of yourself. Stop letting people or yourself put you down, belittling your worth and making light of your potentials in the face of others. Humility and low self-esteem, are not the same. You're a valuable person, unique and worthy. Hold on to this belief in your daily life and soon, a precious you shall be established. Desist from underestimating yourself from now on. Be high in self-esteem. Much love to all, Damilola Ogunremi, DRS Etiquette & Image Consulting.

Monday, 12 November 2018


Do you know of any problem-free life? While to one person the world is desolate, dull, and empty and to another the same world looks rich, interesting, and full of meaning I am yet to see anyone with a problem-free life. Look within; are you courageously standing up for yourself or you’re giving up on yourself?

Instead of questioning why you’re not living an ideal, problem-free life and feeling sorry for the impediments to your advancement in life, I suggest you ‘launch,’ to be able to unearth the ground-breaking ways to soar above your disappointments, doubts, distress, and barriers. For instance, to raise yourself above obstacles to a higher level of excellence and goal achievement, give what you’re doing the unqualified efforts to succeed and never give up until success is gained.

Email now for sessions I’m happy to work you through your fear-based habits and help transform your inner chaos and confusion into courage. Let me know how things are going with you. I’d love to hear from you. 

The Dreamers

A little tip for your Monday! To be a recognizable winner, open up your bottled dreams and be stubbornly determined to be the best you are capable of becoming. Be consistent in what your hands find doing. Say to those challenges making your hours of labor worthless, that no amount of them can deter you from lending the best to your dreams.

Dreaming doesn't cost a thing. Have the best for free. And then, pay the price of being criticized, misunderstood or even abandoned. But continue being a dreamer anyway. Be a forward thinker, the far-sighted, the imaginative, and the visionary.

Crush your fear, break new ground. Go to those companies you've been turned down before. Go the companies you're afraid of approaching with your ideas. Work on those ideas you've locked away in your drawers for so long. Forge new paths today, because success is no more than doing bold new extraordinary things.

Tuesday, 6 November 2018

Undergraduate Empowerment Program

Developing the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta undergraduates to become professionals, who are persistent, prepared, and polished to have an advantage in today's 21st Century Cultured Job Search Market. I thank Mrs. Kemi Tomide-Johnson, the CEO of Klimax, a UK base Relationship Support Network (NGO) for creating this empowerment platform to impact the youth positively.


How not to be in Debt after Your Wedding

In Nigeria, It's not unheard of for some people to become financially drained and a debtor after their wedding. In all honesty, I understand our appetite to have our ‘owambe' kind of society party with the very wealthy showing off and the not-so-wealthy feeling pressured to overspend, getting into debt.
But in this kind of our economy, it's either you go moderate affair way or you go broke. If you are engaged and planning to get married, It's an important part of wedding etiquette for you, your fiancé, your parents, and his parents to make a list of everyone you want to invite. If the number of people is too many, reduce from the list.
This might be difficult, but to avoid being financially exhausted after your wedding, balance the number of invitations on both bride and the groom's side. I know that this could limit the number of applauding you will get after your wedding, but you will have peace of mind, sleep and eat well.
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