Showing posts from October, 2018

Be An Ideal Nigerian

By the end of this post, I want you to change the way you think about your country, and how you choose to be part of it and grow with it. No doubt, you will hear about flawed characters that dot the pages of history. Even today, you will hear criticism of our country’s leaders in the press, in the streets and in our homes. If we look at the situation critically, most times this displeasure is just about specific leaders. Should we then allow these few rotten leaders fuel our spirits with an unwavering cynicism? No! We should have an unshakable appreciation for our country and its Constitution, the freedom and opportunities we have in Nigeria and the responsibilities we should happily accept as a citizen. 
Let us learn to love our country. Previous generations have given their lives to achieve the freedom we enjoy today. Let’s look to these heroes and learn the qualities that these heroes cultivated as habits.
As an ideal Nigerian, you have a role to play by being a part of your communit…

Next Generation Nigeria

I couldn't wait to share the good news. Next Generation Nigeria is coming soon! This annual conference that provides the necessary behavioral structure for the young Nigerian adult to have a solid future will take place October 1st, 2019 at CVL 6, Balarabe Musa Crescent, off Samuel Maruwa Street, Victoria Island. There's exciting news to come (including a killer lineup of speakers), so stay tuned and save the date. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Damilola on 08170768650.

5 Things Poor Female Do That Classy Lady Don't

My experience this past weekend is what my granny would call "kayefi" strange. Or what my dad would designate awful. I was at the supermarket shopping with my friend and her husband when we bumped into a lady at the counter. She picked up my friend's bathing soap, claimed it is a good soap that helped remove the spots from her body. And boom! She opened half of her breast to all three of us to show us the spots are gone.
I almost jumped out of my skin from shock. Excuse me. What was she trying to do? Was she trying to seduce my friend's husband?
Every female is a woman, but not every woman is a lady. A lady is defined as a person who is decent, well put together and have respect for herself in her daily transactions. Her image is powerful! I mean there is nothing more attractive about a woman than having class. If you are like the woman mentioned above, what I want to do is help you thrive for class because you are viewed by the way you carry yourself. You are judged b…