23
MAY
2018

Why you are the way you are

When I was a young boy, my mother taught me that I needed to plant a seed to bring whatever harvest I wanted in life. She used a grain of maize for an example; she showed me how the maize crop looked when it was harvested and linked it back to a single grain. As always, I...
15
MAY
2018

 Giving Your Day the Best Start

"On your marks... Set... Go!" These words probably remind you of a competition, especially a race - a "running" competition. One of the oldest running competitions in athletics and track & field sport events is the sprint. You may have witnessed one at the stadium or on TV or...
22
JUN
2017

Maximize Your Next OPPORTUNITY

It is so amazing that God’s affirmations are not dependent on man’s proclamations. The word ‘opportunity’, often times when used by man, is heralded as something that can only show up ones and when not maximized, it fades into oblivion. This belief has made believers to continue...
01
JUN
2017

Unpalatable push into divine plan

Do you know that sometimes we get so sluggish as Christians? For instance … Instead of unleashing the seed of CEO within or fertilizing our entrepreneur guts, we get trapped licking the boots of our boss because we have been able to put food on our table and vehicle on the road....
15
MAR
2016

The Nursery of Success

What do you think is the difference between a waiter and a lawyer? An answer to this is that one does a menial task while the other, a mental task. The system of the world recognizes this difference and it is evident in their take-home pay. Do you know that in Christianity also,...
11
JAN
2016

Free eBook – Leadership Lessons for Kingdom Trailblazers

As I reflect over the years on how far God has brought me I am amazed by the swiftness with which God transformed my life; ministry and career.   I believe it is possible for believers to experience an all-round successful life using God’s principles.   As a way to mark my...
11
JUN
2014

The helicopter view of a leader’s life – Part 7

The 5 P’s of the helicopter view: 5. People. In his book, Talent is never enough; John C. Maxwell highlighted five types of people you are likely to encounter: Refreshers: they inspire your dream and energize your talents. Refiners: they sharpen your ideas and clarify your...
30
MAY
2014

The helicopter view of a leader’s life – Part 6

The 5 P’s of the helicopter view: 4. Progress. Sometimes, the major difference between success and failure may be in the ability to tell how far we are from our goal. I expect you to have a major goal in life and several milestone goals that will enable you achieve that goal....
15
MAY
2014

The helicopter view of a leader’s life – Part 5

The 5 P’s of the helicopter view 3. Process. The man who invented the electric light bulb, Thomas Edison, once said “genius is 99% perspiration and 1% inspiration”. This sounds to me like someone who valued ‘process’ and did not have the ‘get it quick’ mentality of this age....
06
MAY
2014

The helicopter view of a leader’s life – Part 4

The 5 P’s of the helicopter view 2. Pattern Greatness and mediocrity usually have a visible pattern. You should recognize it when you see it. Sometimes you see some ladies willing to marry a man who is struggling to make ends meet; most times it is because they have observed the...
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