The Rockefeller Revolution: Key Decisions that Shaped an Empire

John D. Rockefeller, a name synonymous with the American Industrial Revolution, was more than just a successful businessman. He was a visionary strategist who made a series of critical decisions that not only transformed the oil industry but also shaped the future of American business. In this article, we will delve into some of the …

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Church Vacation!

I Pastor a Church in Lagos called Heaven’s Citizens Christian Centre. A quick reminder, pastoring a church is different from owning a church. I don’t own this one, I only pastor for now. God led me a few weeks ago to give members of the local assembly a Church vacation. We gave everyone a week …

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Take Action!

“Success seems to be connected with action. Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes, but they don’t quit.” – Conrad Hilton Make up your mind to take action on the things you already know. Don’t complain about your circumstances, move to change them. Don’t wait for perfect conditions, move to perfect them. Don’t procrastinate what …

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How Action Can Speak Louder Than Words!

Once upon a time, the setting was that of a palace. A king ruled over his people with fairness and justice. The king’s personal assistant had served him for 20 years, but evil doers plotted to remove him to get to the king. They come with a plan to discredit the king’s assistant. They planned …

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The Law of Diminishing Intent

I’ve been working on this article for about 5 days now, I’m just coming back from a 4 days exciting adventure in Ilorin, where I saw the future of business in Nigeria. I saw young guys and lady’s making great things happen, utilizing their time well and getting themselves positioned for the future. The more …

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Spectators are less than losers

I’m consistently irritated and angered by how many people are so comfortable with the lukewarm position of being spectators. The myriads of purposeless souls who would rather watch and analyze than engage and participate. I’m puzzled at how people can become professors at subjects their only interface with is theoretical. People earn a reputation for …

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