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Winning With People
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  • Jul 11, 2018

Winning With People

Winning with people means winning in life. We always need people for one reason or the other and so it is important that we learn to treat each other right for peaceful co-existence and progress in this world. Again, it is common knowledw3beeeeeeeeeeeeebw u88

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Teaching Your Child to Love Learning
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  • Jun 27, 2018

Teaching Your Child to Love Learning

A commitment to continuous learning differentiates a leader and grows the leader's capacity to make informed decisions, add value to others, and stay relevant through the changes that are bound to happen in life.

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How to Teach Your Child to Focus
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  • Jun 20, 2018

How to Teach Your Child to Focus

Focus drives results and every leader needs to be a person with results. Results show competence without which followers will question the authenticity of your leadership. This second installment of the five-part series I started last week on How To Teach Your Child to Be a Leader puts the spotlight on teaching your child to be focused; why it is important and how you can achieve this by doing three things consistently

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How to Teach Your Child to Be Self-Aware
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  • Jun 13, 2018

How to Teach Your Child to Be Self-Aware

When you understand leadership to mean being a person whose life is worthy of emulation such that it influences others to want to imitate you then you will immediately see that a child who understands the attitudes and behaviours for leadership and practices them will at the very least give you less headache and at the very best go on to be an asset to himself, his community, nation, and world. Over the next 4 wednesdays I will share five (5) behaviours leaders practice consistently and show you how you can help your child to imbibe them. To be a leader your child will need to: Be Self-aware; Be Focused; Commit to Lifelong Learning; Win with People; and Manage Successes and Setbacks Beginning with SELF-AWARENESS, I explore what each these behaviours means, and how they can be developed.

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Everything Rises and Falls On...
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  • May 23, 2018

Everything Rises and Falls On...

What does everything rise and fall on?

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Overcoming the Fear of Learning
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  • Apr 11, 2018

Overcoming the Fear of Learning

We all agree that change is the most permanent thing yet often struggle through change because it inconveniences us, pushes us out of our comfort zones, and requires us to build capacity. Learning a new skill is one change we usually find daunting, and even our children struggle too. Thankfully, there are things we can do to overcome the fear of learning, and I share these things in this article.

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Who Said Ugly?
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  • Apr 04, 2018

Who Said Ugly?

Think back to times when you thought a thing or a person was ugly, and try to imagine how differently you would have acted had you not put them into the ‘ugly box’ in your mind’s filing system. I'm sure you will have a different view of what's ugly and what's not when you read this article.

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FOCUS
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  • Feb 28, 2018

FOCUS

We struggle to achieve our dreams because we struggle to focus. How do you decide what to focus on and how can you live each day to achieve your dreams?

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The Rut or The Mountaintop
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  • Feb 07, 2018

The Rut or The Mountaintop

We have lost too much time in a rut where people take up jobs as a last resort to escape unemployment and offer less than remarkable customer service that leaves much to be desired. It is time to start the journey towards the mountaintop.

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Practise Then Preach
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  • Jan 31, 2018

Practise Then Preach

Do you practice what you preach or do you do one thing while you say another thing? Today I share my experience teaching children Creativity at a school in Abuja, and how a child's probing question reminded me of the wisdom in practicing before preaching.

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