There are a thousand and one reasons jump onto the lane of entrepreneurship. Between the swings of the pendulum from the extremely mundane to extremely puritanical, businesses are born daily.
I’ve told this story over and over. In 2010 I wanted to publish my first book. I approached Destiny Image in the United States. They told me that they don’t publish Africans, but I should write their sister
Anthony Bus Stop, Lagos. 24th November. 8 p.m. “Oga, I wan go Ikoyi.” “N5,000.” “Ah, Oga, how much last?” “4,000 last!” I try to haggle more. He refused to shift ground. “Bros, see traffic naa. To go Ikoyi by
Barack Obama, former President of the United States of America, wrote a book. He is a politician. Dr Sanjay Gupta wrote a book. He is the multiple Emmy award winning chief medical correspondent for CNN. Anthony Robbins published a
Everyday, we see happenings around us. We see fights. We see dogs mating. We see people exchanging ugly side looks. We see the smile of the setting sun. We see weary bodies returning from the day’s hustle.
Often times I get calls from some folks who’d love me to coach them to become exceptional at what they do. I fire my first salvo, “What do you do, exactly?” 80% of the time I get a
What exactly is Thought Leadership? Check out the scenario below. You sit in church. Pastor walks up to the lectern and takes the microphone. “I had a dream last night and God spoke to me last night, audibly.” You
You can’t talk about TV showbiz and not mention Funmi Iyanda or Mo Abudu. You can’t talk about celebrity publishing and not mention Dele Momodu. In comedy, Alibaba holds the forte. In motivational speaking, Fela Durotoye is flying the