Author name: Olamiji Akeredolu

Unveiling Hidden Talent: Lessons from the New York Experiment

The New York Experiment, often cited as a social experiment conducted by The Washington Post, featured Joshua Bell, a world-renowned violinist and virtuoso. In 2007, Bell agreed to participate in an unusual setup: he played his priceless Stradivarius violin incognito in a Washington, D.C. subway station during morning rush hour. Dressed in casual attire, Bell …

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Give Glory to God, but Acknowledge the Source

In our intriguing society, a couple’s decade-long quest for parenthood unfolds into an extraordinary tale. Faced with infertility hurdles, they encounter a wise grandma who introduces them to the mysterious “Rida solution” (3 Packs of Restore, 3 Packs of Fire, and 6 Bottles of Rida Bitters). Skepticism aside, they dive into the unconventional remedy. Miraculously, …

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Personal Insights on Cryptocurrencies: A Lesson in Long-Term Vision

While the news of 11 approved Bitcoin ETFs grabs headlines, my journey in the world of cryptocurrencies has instilled a crucial lesson: the folly of a short-term mindset. Cryptocurrency markets are a realm of cycles and trends, and those fixated on quick gains often find themselves on the losing end. Consider this analogy: hurrying to …

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Exciting Developments for Bitcoin: 11 ETFs Secure Approval!

Picture effortlessly adding Bitcoin to your investment portfolio, just like any other stock on your investment app. That’s precisely the breakthrough we witnessed today! The US government greenlit 11 “Bitcoin ETFs, “essentially investment funds providing a pathway to invest in Bitcoin without navigating the intricacies of the cryptocurrency itself. Imagine it as procuring a basket …

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My Gee, show me the way, what are you doing to make money?

In our society, the origins of wealth are seldom questioned; the allure of affluence often casts a shadow over the means of its acquisition. Similarly, the thirst for miracles overshadows the curiosity to scrutinize their sources. Generosity, when activated by the wealthy, can seemingly absolve them of any misdeeds, a societal quirk that prevails despite …

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The Beauty and Pricelessness of Mentors: A Guiding Light in Life’s Journey

“If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” – Isaac Newton In the wide variety of relationships that weave through our lives, there are few we get to handpick. While family is bestowed upon us by fate, we have the unique privilege of selecting our friends, mentors, and proteges. …

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God, I need help to support my family this year

On social media, we’re bombarded with snapshots of people’s best moments, creating a distorted perception that everyone’s life is going perfectly. This phenomenon, fueled by relative deprivation and social media envy, can make our own realities seem far less than they actually are. In life, people typically showcase the 25% of their experiences that are …

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This Lesson earned me enough to live modestly in 2024, just 4 days in

Barely 96 hours into the new year, and the lessons from 2024 are already stacking up. But this one, my friends, comes with a delightful twist of unexpected earnings. In a nutshell, here’s the scoop on the lesson – if you want the juicy details, you might have to sign up for the masterclass! I …

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