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.
Just one more hour
Okay, 5 minutes
Squeeze in a power nap
I’d be off for the next 3 weeks as i go to serve my country, Nigeria.I’m keeping an open mind on this one and I’d be sure to document my adventures in words and pictures, Wish me luck.
For those on the gratitude challenge with me, here’s the challenge for the remaining days in November. I’d still do them as well but I will be unable to post it online, sobs.
DAY 23: PARADIGM SHIFT
Stand in front of the mirror for five minutes and focus on at least five things that you love about yourself. Write them down in your journal.
Once upon a time, I hated mirrors.
First off, I owe everyone on this challenge with me an apology for being MIA. The past 5 days were hectic for me. I get home hoping I’d take a brief nap and document my gratitude list for the day afterwards. Each time, the nap extends to the next day.
A friend of mine who’s on the challenge too asked if we’re still on the challenge and after explaining the situation to her she said “That’s also something to be grateful for. Someone somewhere is finding it difficult to sleep”. Therefore I am grateful for sleep; the short naps that extended to hours of sleep.
So Today’s Challenge:
Let’s view the world through the eyes of a child.
Day 6 and 7 are a bit different from the earlier days.