Scrolling through my Instagram feed late August, the poster for this conference caught my attention and i was like “OMG!!! Fela Durotoye & Steve Harris live in the flesh” I was so gassed. I had to be in attendance.
- A graduate of Chemistry from University of Ife, Nigeria; an alumnae of the Chief Executive Programme of Lagos Business School; the Global Executive MBA of IESE Business School, Barcelona-Spain; and Global CEO Programme of Wharton, IESE and C.E.I.B.S Business Schools.
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After so much anticipation, I finally watched Kemi Adetiba’s “King Women” series. If you haven’t watched it yet, catch the full scoop HERE I binge watched 10 episodes and each one loaded with wisdom, loads of it. Looking forward to watching more episodes. Contrary to popular belief (or not), it’s not a series on a “feminist approach to life” or something just women will benefit from.
Reading this article HERE inspired this topic. I thought to give my own opinion on this one. Two heads are better than one so I didn’t write this alone and I’m sure my co-author would like to remain anonymous, so we’ll give him a pseudo name, Jason.
A while back, I shared my My Top 10: Childhood Movies and I decided to share my top 10 Disney cartoons. I have no idea what kids are watching these days but back then these were the shiznit. Disney cartoons nowadays have nothing on them.
If you’ve never been to Nigeria, you need to make it your top priority to attend an “Owambe” when you get here.
If you’re a Nigerian and you’ve never attended one, shame on you!. How’s that even possible? What are you waiting for?
The best part about wanting to be GREAT is DREAMING IT. It’s so beautiful picturing what you want your life to be like when we add color and juice to our dreams. It’s the best and easiest. Most times we have random ideas that could be developed into multi-million dollar empires but they remain there in our dreams soaked in color and juice. Everyone wants to be great but very few choose to sit at the table.
Everything I am today and will become, I owe it to her.
I always will. I will tell her story for as long as life permits me
What are you doing with the children God has put in your care?
You don’t have to be their biological or adopted parent yet, but there’s a child near you
This got me thinking and I was almost quick to get into defense mode and say “I don’t have daily contact with people’s children” then I remembered I have over 50 students in my care every day.