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THE RIGHT MESSAGE TO THE WRONG CROWD IS THE WRONG MESSAGE!!!
As you advance in your career and life's pursuit, you'd realize the need to get the word out there about what you do and what you stand for in a bid to get followership and of course close deals (for those whose goals centre on this).
It is very important to note that not everybody will align to you (The earlier you realize this, the better for you).
A strategic step for you this period and beyond is to CHANNEL YOUR ENERGY ARIGHT. As simple as this sounds, this strategy would help you in virtually every aspect of your life.
•Save you time, money & energy
•Increase your productivity
•Ensure that you get maximum returns and lots more.
Channelling your energy aright though simple to say, might appear a bit difficult for some folks.
Here are a few tips that will help you:
1. Make up your mind on what you want to achieve (Your goals)
2. Define your target
3. Avoid distractions from those who/what is not your target
4. Focus on your target with your message or energy
5. Keep showing up to your target
6. Constantly reinvent yourself (Never be caught unfresh)
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You probably must have heard this a thousand times, so you'd want to skip it but....
Let me tell you a short story!
In 2015, I thought heard of how to push my message to the world, teach what I know and create a following. I just learnt a few skills and I was eager to let the world learn from me.
At the time, the cliché was having an invite to speak about your area of passion at a renowned conference.
Well, nobody called on me!
I decided to package my thoughts and push it out!
I CREATED A PLATFORM FOR MYSELF!!!
The platform was what I needed at the time and getting speaking gigs was one of the ways I thought I could push and build confidence. So, I created the platform for myself, mounted the podium and started preaching my message!
BEFORE THE BIG STAGES COME FOR YOU, CONSTRUCT YOUR OWN STAGE WITH WHAT YOU HAVE AND START PREACHING YOUR MESSAGE. SOON ENOUGH, THE BIG STAGES WILL COME CALLING!
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You watch and enjoy the UEFA Champions League. You cherish the teams, and even have a favourite among them. You cheer your favourite team enthusiastically, and feel bad whenever it loses or performs poorly in a match. You criticize or praise the players passionately as though you are an official stakeholder of the club. What a scenario!
However, I bet you don't know much about the UEFA Champions League anthem. No doubt, it's a lovely song, and sounds like a religious hymn. But there's more to that.
The lyrics of the anthem were written by Tony Britten in 1992 (based on George Frideric Handel's song, Zadok The Priest). They comprise 18 lines in UEFA's three official languages: English (6 lines), French (6 lines) and German (6 lines).
The UEFA Champions League (UCL) is an annual club football competition organized by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) and contested by top-division European clubs, deciding the competition winners through a group and knockout format.
Though introduced in 1955 as the European Champion Club's Cup when it was a straight knockout tournament open only to the champions of Europe's domestic leagues, it has since been expanded in 1992 when it took its current name, and while most of Europe's national leagues can still only enter their champions, the strongest leagues now provide up to four teams.
A total of 32 teams are drawn into eight groups of four teams and play each other in a double round-robin system. The eight group winners and eight runners-up proceed to the knockout phase that culminates with the final match, and the winner automatically qualifies for the following year's Champions League, the UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup.
Besides the FIFA World Cup, the UEFA Champions League is indeed most interesting football tournament on earth!
What do you think? Kindly comment, like and share!
He was the Chief Press Secretary to former President Olusegun Obasanjo during his time as military head of state from 1976 to 1979,.
Nwokedi was also the Group Public Affairs Manager of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).
President Muhammadu Buhari has reacted to his passing.
In a statement by his spokesman, Femi Adesina, Buhari commiserated with the Uthoko Na Eze royal family, people of Achalla community, and Anambra State Government.
The President also condoled with the Igwe-in-Council of Achalla.
Nwokedi was ex-chairman, Anambra State Council of Traditional Rulers, and one-time chairman of Nine Eastern States Council of Traditional Rulers.
Buhari noted that the late monarch left his footprints on the sands of time.
The Nigerian leader asked God to rest the soul of the deceased, and comfort all those who mourn him.
Pst E. A. Adeboye
Sunday November 1 2020
WOLVES IN SHEEP’S CLOTHING
And as they sat and did eat, Jesus said, Verily I say unto you, One of you which eateth with me shall betray me.
6 And if he come to see me, he speaketh vanity: his heart gathereth iniquity to itself; when he goeth a road, he telleth it.
7 All that hate me whisper together against me: against me do they devise my hurt.
8 An evil disease, say they, cleaveth fast unto him: and now that he lieth he shall rise up no more.
9 Yea, mine own familiar friend, in whom l trusted, which did eat of my bread, hath lifted up his heel against me.
10 But thou, O LORD, be merciful unto me, and raise me up, that I may requite them.
11 By this I know that thou favourest me, because mine enemy doth not triumph over me.
12 And as for me, thou upholdest me in mine integrity, and settest me before thy face for ever.
“In journeyings often, in perils of waters, in perils of robbers, in perils by mine own countrymen, in perils by the heathen, in perils in the city, in perils in the wilderness, in perils in the sea, in perils among false brethren;"
2 Corinthians 11:26
As we see above, Apostle Paul enumerated the dangers he had encountered in the course of preaching the gospel and the 'perils among false brethren' made the list. You must be wary of false brethren within your family, neighbourhood, workplace and even in your local assembly.
In 1 Samuel 17:26-28, while David was making enquiries about the reward for slaying Goliath, his elder brother wanted him to go back to look after sheep. The elders say that if the household enemy cannot kill a person, neither can the external ones. David was already dreaming of how he was going to become a giant-killer but his brother wanted to silence him, just as Joseph’s brothers sought to kill his own dreams in Genesis 37:17-20. One would think that his brothers would have been interested in helping him become a great ruler as he had dreamed, after all, they would have been 'the great ruler's brothers.' Rather, they not only wanted his dreams to be aborted, they also wanted to kill him.
Don’t be fooled; not everyone smiling with you genuinely wishes you well, so be careful who you share your dreams with. Be like David and follow the counsel of God rather than those of men.
When I became the General Overseer of the RCCG, there was a man I had considered to be a good friend as we had done some wonderful things together for God in the past. I went to visit him one day to discuss past. I went to visit him one day to discuss my new assignment as the General Overseer. When I got to his house, he drove me away, saying he had hated me since the day I came into the Church. I was shocked and really felt sad.
I pray that every wolf in sheep’s clothing around you shall be exposed and disgraced in the mighty name of Jesus.
Father, every wolf in sheep’s clothing around me, expose this week in the mighty name of Jesus.
Bible in one year:
My Faith Looks Up To Thee
1. My faith looks up to Thee,
Thou Lamb of Calvary,
Now hear me while I pray,
Take all my guilt away;
O let me from this day
Be wholly Thine.
2. May Thy rich grace impart
Strength to my fainting heart,
My zeal inspire;
As Thou hast died for me,
O may my love to Thee
Pure, warm, and changeless be,
A living fire.
3. While life’s dark maze | tread,
And griefs around me spread,
Be Thou my guide;
Bid darkness turn to day,
Wipe sorrow’s tears away,
Nor let me ever stray
From Thee aside.
4. When ends life’s transient dream,
When death’s cold, sullen stream
Shall o’er me roll, Blest Saviour, then in love,
Fear and distrust remove;
O bear me safe above,
A ransomed soul.
Men, if you want to have a great relationship here is my advice to you: Stop trying to cheer up your girlfriend or wife. I know this might not make sense to you right now, but trust me, it’ll be one of the best things you can do for your relationship. As a brand new husband, one rookie mistake I repeatedly made was always trying to fix my wife’s problems.
Every time she told me about a problem or a challenge in her life, I would simply assume that she wanted me to fix it. As her husband, I felt like it was my job to be the hero and save my damsel in distress. What else are husbands supposed to do anyway? So I would offer solutions. Or give advice. Or try to cheer her up. Little did I know that Olive did not want me to fix the problem. This is so crazy I need to repeat it again: my wife would tell me about a problem, but not want me to fix it.
On one particular evening, Olive started to tell me how sad she was feeling.
Olive: “I feel sad.”
Tim: “Don’t feel sad.”
Olive: “It’s just that ________ “(Explains reason for her sadness).
Tim: “Let me cheer you up.” (Starts to make a funny face to make Olive laugh)
Olive: (Ignoring Tim’s ridiculous looking face) “I don’t like my life right now.”
Tim: “Let me tell you a joke.” (Hoping that the joke will make Olive like her life better)
Olive: “Stop trying to cheer me up.”
Tim: “Oh.” (Confused) “Well, what you should try to do is ________ “[offers what he thinks is a helpful advice to fix Olive’s sadness].
Olive: “Can you please listen to me?”
Tim: …(even more confused)
Olive: …(patiently waits for Tim to comprehend to what she just said)
Tim: (Finally, understands that the best thing for him to do is simply listen to his wife) “Oh sorry. So you’re feeling sad because ________” [repeats Olive’s reason for her sadness].
Olive: “Yes, and because _______” [continues talking, feeling much better that her husband is finally listening to her].
If anybody had told you a few years ago that smartphones would be tools for effective branding and wealth creation, I bet you would have debunked the thought. In 2016 about 62.9 percent of the world's population already had mobile phones and over 80 percent used their phones for texts and calls only. The number of mobile phone users was estimated to cross the 5 billion mark by the end of 2019; with a projection of steady growth in the coming years and with the introduction of new and smarter devices, it becomes imperative for users to learn to make money using their smart phones.
The world as we know it, is getting more advanced by the day as technology is greatly improving and transforming lives. Several decades ago, the world experienced the emergence of computers, which was a big break to technological advancement. With the mainframe computers, we had a lot to boast about. Today (several decades later), technology has so much advanced that the computers are now in our hands.
Smartphones are portable digital devices with which communication and work is made easier and faster. However, smartphone users in this part of the world have to a large extent tapped into the communication features of their smartphones, leaving other aspects behind.
Smartphone were not just made for users to send/receive calls and text messages. More can be achieved with it. Come to think of it, have you ever wondered why the smartphone production companies come up with newer versions of their products which are sleeker and more user friendly? The answer lies in the various functions which manufacturers envisage users to tap into. Despite this obvious fact, we still have smartphone users that are under-utilizing their smart devices; spending endlessly on data subscriptions and calls just to keep abreast with trends. The question is: "WHAT VALUE HAVE YOU CONSCIOUSLY ATTAINED USING YOUR SMARTPHONE?"
Is your smartphone an asset or liability?
Let's focus on the positives for a second shall we?
Let's talk about how you can utilize that device you have in your hand and grow your brand.
Smartphones can be utilized for more productive ventures such as:
1. Graphic design
2. Video editing/production
3. Voicing/Podcast creation
4. Social media management
5. Digital marketing
6. Professional Photography and lots more
The benefits of being mobile savvy cannot be overemphasized. Apart from the fact that you can earn money by using your smartphone to carry out any of the processes above, it also affords you:
1. Speed in the execution of tasks: A couple of months ago, I was saddled with the responsibility of creating e-content for a particular reputable organization in Nigeria. I executed the task with my smartphone on the go and I got lots of commendation from the entire team I worked for, most persons referred me to other people as they commented that my speed was "out of this world". With your smartphone, you can achieve tremendous speed in the execution of tasks. It's not called a mobile device for nothing. You can take it anywhere and execute tasks easy, beat time and deliver on time on any task you set out for.
2. Convenience: The reason why a lot of people procrastinate their tasks is because of how monotonous take execution has been for them. Lots of persons believe tha serious tasks like Graphics design, Video editing and th likes can only be executed using Computers but the demystification of this myth lies in the fact that smartphones are also convenient for getting work done.
These points about are just but a few to consider while thinking of being mobile savvy. Speed and convenience will aid you as you work to land more paying clients.
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The Ogun state police command says it has gathered an intelligence report which reveals that members of a notorious cult group are planning to unleash terror and violence on Tuesday 7th of July 2020 across the state in order to mark what they call the 7/7 day.
In a statement by the police public relations officer in the state DSP, Abimbola Oyetemi, the intelligence report further revealed that members of the group are also planning to use the said date to initiate new members into their fold after which they will engage their rival cult group in a supremacy battle which may lead to loss of life and wanton destruction of property.
The public relations officer said in view of this, those having such devilish plans have been warned to have a rethink and retrace their steps as such a move will be met with serious resistance from security agencies.
“To this end, all the command’s tactical squads namely SARS, anti-cultists, anti-kidnapping, as well as all the Divisional Police Officers and Area Commanders, have been put on red alert to nip in the bud any act capable of undermining the security of the state,” he said.
He further said that anybody who involved him/herself in such an act will be made to feel the full weight of the law because the command will not fold its hands while some unscrupulous elements will be making life difficult for law-abiding citizens of the state.
“The command is also using this medium to appeal to parents and guardians to warn their wards to stay clear of any unlawful gathering on, before and after the said date to prevent a had-I-known situation.
“Also, hoteliers are with this release warned not to allow their facilities to be used for any cult related gathering as the owner of such facility too will be liable for prosecution,” he concluded
The command has, however, assured members of the public to go about their lawful business without fear of harassment or intimation, as the command has rolled out all in its arsenal to deal decisively with anybody who tries to breach the relative peace enjoying by residents of the state.
Ogun Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, has set up a committee that will develop guidelines for a safe reopening of schools for students at the final year or transition classes in the State.
Gov Abiodun in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Kunle Somorin said the committee is to guide reopening of schools for certificate students as directed by the Federal government to resume and write their examination.
On the recent lifting of the ban on interstate travels by the federal government, he said the State will monitor the development to determine its impact on the COVID-19 situation and will not hesitate to make appropriate adjustment, in consultation with the federal government.
The statement reiterated further that the state government will continue to be deliberate, cautious, focused and balanced in its approach and place highest priority on public safety over and above any other consideration in its efforts to flatten the curve of the dreaded COVID-19 virus in the State.
The Governor also noted that available data and opinions of experts continue to indicate that the fight against the virus is far from being won.
The statement read further that “a total number of 4,072 people have been tested out of which 898 tested positive. Amongst the positive cases, 609 have been successfully treated and discharged. Sadly, there have been a total of 19 deaths with 270 active cases. One of our border Local Governments is one of the Local Governments with the highest number of cases in the country because of the level of testing.
“This high level of prevalence may also be obtainable in other Local Governments as we ramp up testing.
“All these emphasize the need for us to exercise high level of restraint as the State can neither afford more fatalities or allow the rate of sickness to outnumber the capacity to manage the sick.
“Consequently, we are extending our current Phase of eased restrictions for another two weeks. As usual, we will continuously review and modify the guidelines in response to data from the field and expert opinions.”
“Meanwhile the usual ease of Monday-Friday commerce activities remains in place and lockdown of Saturdays and Sundays also in place, while churches and mosques remain closed.
“Observation of dusk-to-dawn curfew as directed by the Presidential Task Force (PTF) i.e. between 10.00pm and 4.00am daily.
The governor, however reminded the people of the state to always remember to wear a face mask.
“Only one passenger is still allowed for motorcycles and two passengers only for tricycles.
“Taxi cabs and buses still have 60% limitation on their carrying capacity and the measure to arrest and impound any driver that contravenes this in our State is still in force and other public places like bars, restaurants, barber shop, spas remain as directed.
“While noting the recent lifting of the ban on interstate travels by the federal government, the State will monitor this development to determine its impact on the COVID-19 situation and will not hesitate to make appropriate adjustment, in consultation with the federal government.
“Schools are to remain shut. A committee has been set up to engage all stakeholders – public and private school owners – and develop Guidelines for a safe reopening of our schools, especially to allow certificate classes to resume and write their examinations.
Bank/Financial Institutions are to continue their normal operations as allowed in Phase two.
The Governor said he appreciates the understanding and cooperation of the people of the State while emphasizing that despite all the restrictions and government efforts, each individual taking personal responsibility is at the heart of the effort to combat a common enemy.
“We are confronted with tough choices in this fight with an invisible enemy.
“Our administration will always err on the side of safety and security of our people without whom there cannot be a future not to talk of Building Our Future Together Agenda. The inconveniences imposed by the pandemic are regrettable but are smaller prices to pay than the safety and health of our people”, the statement concluded.
Men of the Ogun Police Command have arrested two alleged robbers who specialized in snatching motorcycle within Mowe/Ofada area of the state.
The suspects: Feranmi Ajimosun and Samuel Awotile, according to the police were arrested following a complaint by one Akinola Adenekan at Mowe Police Division that he picked them on his motorcycle as passengers from Mowe going to Ofada.
He stated further that on getting to Ofada road, one of them suddenly turned his neck violently from behind while the second one brought out a cutlass with which he used to machetes him on the forehead.
While he was struggling with them, some passersby met them at the scene and the two of them took to their heels.
Upon the report, the DPO Mowe division, SP Marvis Jayeola, quickly detailed his detectives to unravel those behind the dastard act.
The detectives embarked on an intelligence based investigation which eventually led them to Ijere Worogudu Village where one of the suspects was apprehended. He then led the police to arrest of the second suspect at Ogunrun phase II Abule Afa in Mowe.
According to the Police, on interrogation, the suspects confessed being the brain behind cases of motorcycle theft in Mowe/Ofada and its environs.
Items recovered from them are: One cutlass, two phones, assorted charms and another Bajaj motorcycle which they confessed to have been snatched from another of their victim.
Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police Cp Kenneth Ebrimson has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspects to Special Anti-robbery Squad (SARS) for discreet investigation.
The Speaker, Ogun House of Assembly, Mr Olakunle Oluomo, has advised electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) to improve power supply and provide prepaid meters to all consumers before increasing tariff.
Addressing members of the Committee for the Defence of Human Rights (CDHR), who protested to the Assembly complex in Abeokuta on Tuesday over the planned hike of electricity tariff, Oluomo said the decision was ill-conceived.
According to him, it was imperative for Nigerians to have access to constant power supply for enhanced productivity.
The speaker said that improved social amenities was key to national development.
He described the protest as timely and promised the support of the Assembly to relay their message to the concerned authorities.
“Nigerians are good people; when you offer them good service, they are ready to pay.
“Before you increase tariff, give us good service, give us prepaid meters, anything short of that is not acceptable by the House of Assembly.
“We shall do everything within our capacity, even though it’s not within our purview, it’s a national issue but then, as your representatives, we shall forward your message to the appropriate quarters,” he said.
Earlier, Mr Yinka Folarin, the leader of the team and the National Secretary CDHR, condemned the proposed hike in electricity tariff.
He described the move as unwarranted.
Folarin said that the epileptic power supply did not call for a new tariff, saying that the move would further make life difficult for the people who survived on electricity.
He demanded for quality service delivery and immediate supply of prepaid meters to electricity consumers.
Folarin urged the DisCos’ to find lasting solution to estimated billings, saying these were conditions the DisCos should meet before asking for any increase in the tariff.
Aformer President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo, has said that no state in the country was safe and secure any longer as a result of the threat of bandits and terror organisations.
Speaking on Friday at the Sobo Sowemimo Annual Lecture organised by Abeokuta Club, Obasanjo said that all hands must be on deck to tackle rising insecurity in the country.
He said, “Let me lay more emphasis on the issue of security, which in itself is serious enough to make restructuring imperative. The South-West governors cried out and devised Amotekun as a solution or part-solution. We have yet to see how successfully that will be operated. Other zones are clamouring for a solution because in no state and in no geopolitical zone is life and property safe and secure.
“Criminality is the order of the day. And it cuts across the entire nation. Insecurity is one issue of commonality among Nigerians, no matter their tribe, language, religion, geographical location, gender, age or social position.
“I leave out economy which is in the doldrums and fighting corruption where you see more heat than light and which is festering like a bad sore. That, to me, is what reform of federating units and restructuring is all about and not about break-up or disintegration. Insecurity brought about by widespread criminality of Boko Haram, insurgents, herdsmen/farmers conflict, terrorists, bandits, armed robbers, militants, kidnappers, abductors and human traffickers is a new phenomenon that is ravaging the entire country.
“Now, no part of the country can claim to be safe from the menace and insecurity caused by terrorists, armed robbers, human traffickers, kidnappers of all sorts, cattle rustlers, insurgents, bandits and herders/farmers conflicts.
“We are all challenged to put our thinking caps on, join hands and seek solutions together, otherwise, we will be destroyed piecemeal.’’
Men of the Ogun State Police Command have arrested a 22-year-old vulcanizer, Dele Ope, for allegedly stealing a pair of pants belonging to a female customer.
Ope had gone to render a home service to the customer on Sunday when he stole the pants.
Oyeyemi said the suspect was arrested following a report by the woman at the Warewa Division in the Ifo Local Government Area of the state.
The PPRO added that the complainant reported that she had called Ope to help fix her car’s deflated tyre.
According to her, after the vulcanizer had fixed the tyre and left, she discovered that her pair of pants spread on a line in the compound was missing.
“Since the vulcanizer was the only person, who came into the compound, she went round in search of him, but he was nowhere to be found,” the PPRO stated.
Oyeyemi said the Divisional Police Officer, Warewa Division, SP Folake Afeniforo, after receiving the report, detailed detectives to trace and arrest the suspect.
He added, “His house was quickly searched and the woman’s pair of pants was recovered there.
“On interrogation, the suspect confessed to stealing the pair of pants with the intention of taking it to a herbalist for money rituals.”
Oyeyemi said the Commissioner of Police in the state, Kenneth Ebrimson, had ordered that the suspect be charged as soon as investigation was concluded.
Students in Ogun State have asked the state government to cancel the payment of school fees and instead provide study allowances to them to encourage literacy and learning.
The demand was made in a statement signed by Ayoola Babalola, Coordinator, Take-It-Back Movement, Campus Wing, on Tuesday.
The group also called on the Ogun State Government to declare a state of emergency on education so that special attention can be given to improve infrastructure for learning in the state.
The statement reads, "The need for fees cancelation is not far-fetched as it is a well-known fact that Coronavirus had handicapped the economic lives and financial stability of the Nigerian people. It is also well known that the majority of our students and their parents constitute the larger percentage of average Nigerians, who fall into the middle class and can hardly afford the heavy, inconsiderate and inhumane fees imposed on education in the state and across the country.
"The concept of fees cancelation is key towards fostering inclusive and people centred governance. It would be inhumane, wicked and dishonest of any government to assume that the National economic downturn would not take its turn on our students and incapacitate many of them financially.
"It is also dishonest to think that the long downtrodden Nigerian students who have been left uncared for would have enough resources to continue making these expensive payments head on without a sort of palliative or intervention. We as a movement hold that the fees abolition is a joint task that must be carried out by the joint task masters of our educational sector, the governments and our various institutions.
"We demand that federal and state governments abolish total fees payment in all institutions under their control as a form of responsive and responsible intervention in this looming crisis of massive dropouts in our institutions.
"We also hold that institutions are obligated to be concerned about the ability of their students to meet up the payment of their fees and they also have the responsibility of making it easy for them . We have received reports of continued actions by different management of institutions to uphold and enforce the full payments of fees.
"Institutions in Ogun State, most specifically, Ogun State Institute of Technology, Igbesa, are enforcing the payments of fees in this period, that may signify insensitivity and holding our students to ransom for the economic downturn.
"We demand that these insensitive and insatiable hunger to make money at all costs be shunned and our students be given relaxation on payment.
"We call for a declaration of state of emergency in Nigeria's educational sector. We hold that public education in Nigeria is in free fall, it is a mind-boggling collapse that threatens the very foundation and future of the Nigerian state.
"Depriving citizens, youths especially of education is depriving us of everything including our dignity and ability to reason and defend ourselves and our country. We demand that government at all levels begins to revolutionalise the Nigerian academic system to position our youths and students for the 21st century future."
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