Raising A Fulfilled Child

To raise means to nurture, groom, culture, and train with specific expectations in mind; it means to have milestones which are expected and pursued. A child is an offspring, which is usually biological, but could be adopted. Just like Steve Jobs adopted by Clara and her husband such that even when his biological father emerged, […]

Managing And Controlling Stress

In the first post, we looked at the types of stress and how one can be beneficial if channeled in the right directions, and how the other can be detrimental if not managed properly. We also talked about the difficulties most people face in discussing stress-related issues. The second post considered various causes of stress […]

The Story Behind The Glory—Building Like the Ant

In continuation on The New Year Has Started, here are a few lessons I’ve picked up. Lessons Of Life 1. Real estate rarely depreciates in value We bought that piece of land on which we are building about 20 years back. Then, an acre was about 300,000 Naira. Today, an acre goes for between 24 […]

Living A Fulfilled Life And Striking The Balance

We are almost in the last phases of the School Project at Ughelli because another building for Petra Christian Academy at Warri is currently on.     My wife and I have adopted the principle of the Philosophy of the Ant. It is the principle of gradualism, otherwise known as the principle of “krorkrorkror”, according to Marcus […]

Striking The Balance

Speaking late November, at the Men’s Week on  “A Fulfilling and Healthy Lifestyle” at Victoria Garden City, Lagos.  Lessons. 1. The drive to excel and live a fulfilled life is very good, but it must never be at the expense of your health, family relationships, relationship with society and God. 2. There is too much […]

Lessons From My Wife’s Poultry and The Nigerian Church

In this series, we’ve looked at Education: A Need For Redirection And Redefinition—Lessons From My Wife’s Poultry and Lessons from My Wife’s Poultry—Dynamism. Lastly we looked at Lessons From My Wife’s Poultry and The Nigerian Situation. I was in two churches to worship on a Sunday. When you preach to others you need also to be preached to. In one of […]

Lessons From Feeding Kangaroos

Feeding kangaroos. It is an experience of a lifetime; something one must experience.   A kick from this animal can kill an adult; their claws are as sharp as 2-inch nails. But with food in my hands their aggressive nature did not manifest. One particular thing I found out, during my visit to Adelaide, was […]