I attended this conference to listen to just two people speak: Steve Harris and Fela Durotoye. I didn’t know any other person so I had no expectations. Shock on me when each speaker started pouring out deep wisdom from their wells of it.
Prior to this conference, I had no idea who Olori Ajayi was and right before she spoke, I had to check her out on Google (trust me not to dull).
She’s a Fashion Entrepreneur, the founder of The KATIE WANG Company and the brain behind “Fashion on Wheels” which is the 1st Complete Fashion Store ON WHEELS in Nigeria and West Africa.
2017 in Review
“My 2017 in review”, a post I’ve dreaded writing probably because I felt like there’s really nothing much to say (sounds like ingratitude, yeah?). I’ve taken time out to count my blessings for last year and I think it’s about that time I share:
Gbedu Wey De Burst Brain
My favorite holiday of the year’s upon us and I’ve got the adults in the house covered. Thinking of what to do and where to go this Christmas in Jos? Think no more. The Triple G (Guinness Groove Galore) carnival hit Jay Town (Birthplace of some finest entertainers in Nigeria) in grand style from the 10th of December, 2017 and ends on the 1st of January, 2018. Here’s the best part, the carnival isn’t your average one day carnival, they’re slicker than the average
Mama I Made It!!!
Thursday was an exciting day for me. It was the earliest I’ve written (4am) anything since my early blogging days. It was my POP day, Finally done with NYSC, Yipppeee!!!
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.
- Continue reading “Life Lessons from Ibukun Awosika”
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.