I spent the Presidents Day holiday evening hanging out with some great pals. We had a blast. As usual, our discourse was dominated by matured fact-filled analytical reasoning.
Society has programmed us to relate with “big” success while ignoring the small process of processes that led to the labor and delivery of people’s sought-after lifestyle and success.
Like many people out there, I love to learn. I read, watch and listen to people and shows, to get information that can help me become better in my faith, life and career.
I recently discussed with two Pastors from Nigeria where I was born and raised.
Growing up in South Western Nigeria was interesting. From faith to academics, to sports and social activities, the South-Western part’s pluralistic community values have helped shaped who I am today.
While hanging out with a friend, during a short visit to London, I kept looking at ‘the wrong’ direction when crossing the road.
I was invited by a dear brother to an occasion organized by Association of Deaf Nigerians in America. A leaflet of schedule of events was given to me as I was led to my seat.
As I laboriously look through the Jeans section I heard a voice ask “why are you shaking your head sir?” To which I answered “I know they most have been out of my size cos a lot of people wear my size” while I tu
One of my favorite times of the year is getting to attend Global Leadership Summit, a two-day leadership event hosted by Willow Creek Association.