We Share Personal Life & Business Experience Around The Country;To Inspire The Nigerian Youth To DO MORE and BE MORE!

June 12, DEMOCRACY DAY 2021
(Formerly May 29) Ideally I’d say to my fellow Nigerians, Happy Democracy Day o my people. But today 🤦🏾‍♂️🤢, I[...]
How To End Procrastination.
So here’s what occurs: You have a plan – let’s suppose, to awaken at 7; be washed and dressed to[...]
Top 7 Lessons From 2020
What a year it was. It has indeed been an extra ordinary year, 2020. From the death of Kobe Bryant[...]
The Game-Changer
“The thing about life is that you must survive. Life is going to be difficult, and dreadful things will happen.[...]
The Spiritual Challenge of Modern Times
To grow spiritually in a world defined by power, money, and influence is a Herculean task. Modern conveniences such as[...]
Choose To Be Better
Sometimes, when all our doubts, fears and insecurities wrap ourselves up, we always come up with the idea of “I[...]
FREEDOM – Life From The Heart
Most of us function very well in the world we live in. Yet if you really talk to people, everyone[...]
You Have Something To Offer
Some days ago while catching up with the boys, I and some of my friends asked questions and discussed about[...]
Stop Thinking “Can I?” And Start Thinking “How Can I?”
I remember on 30th May last year I made a certain decision; to start recording podcasts and put my voice[...]
I spoke to a friend yesterday about money and he said to me "baba ijebu and bet9ja are the surest[...]
Hello beautiful people, Just before quickly accuse anyone how selfish he or she is, allow me to share a perspective[...]
5 Steps To Stop Being Worried
If you are battling with worry, know that never in history has your worry made the situation any better. 5[...]

Ifeoluwa Michael Adegbesan is a serial entrepreneur who has a strong passion for personal development, especially in youths. He believes that whether we are ready or not, the immediate future belongs to the youths of today and unless we, the youths, get prepared and take deliberate actions towards the leadership of tomorrow, similar trends of leadership is inevitable.

Ifeoluwa believes that youths need a shift from the ‘entitlement mindset’; that the governments clearly can’t do it all and we can’t afford to wait around until we are given; that we need to take personal responsibility and ownership of our future and we need to do it now.

In the past years, he has been involved either professionally or personally in Education, Construction, Energy and Political sectors of the economy. He’s a public speaker, a project manager, a researcher and a writer. Regardless of who gets the credit, Ifeoluwa just wants to win.