Go For the Gold: Olympic Lessons for Entrepreneurs

by Kelli Matthews on July 24, 2012 With the opening ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Olympics, fans all over the globe will be glued to the TV watching sports we rarely see televised (fencing, anyone?) and cheering on athletes we’ve barely heard of (except for the men’s basketball team, maybe). In the broadest sense, Olympic athletes are small… Continue reading Go For the Gold: Olympic Lessons for Entrepreneurs


I have submitted my proposals in several places but no response, what am I doing wrong? Most professionals hate writing in general and proposals in particular which makes it bad because it’s actually very hard to do something well if you hate it. Some of the very best account executives, program managers, engineers, designers and… Continue reading WHY DID MY PROPOSAL FAIL?

There are no failed relat…

There are no failed relationships. You either find out you best married to yourselves or find out otherwise.

As long as you find your joy in what others think of you, your joy will depend on what they do to you. That’s risky.

Nobody can get popular by criticizing a popular or performing leader.

Life is a lot easier when you don’t (can’t) blame anyone for what makes you sad or happy

I am a very nice person. Don’t read my tweets with a prejudiced heart. Use an open mind

Quotes from J Japheth Omojuwa.

Japheth Omojuwa is one of Nigeria’s young and vibrant voices of revolution! His unspoken promise to the nation is more heralded in the venom of his constructive criticism chanting of Nigeria “I will never rest until it’s good is better” Today we celebrate him on this Blog! Keep the flag flying Japh!

Seun Ajibade

If sadness creeps in, I g…

If sadness creeps in, I get a book. There is always a good book for every moment, add music and heaven is a knock away

J Japheth Omojuwa


The power of an Organisat…

The power of an Organisation is the capacity generated by relationships.
It’s real energy that can only come into existence through relationships.
Power is energy. It needs to flow through the organisation.
It can’t be confined to functions or levels or hierachy.
Positive or negativeOrganisational energy is determined by the quality of relationships.
Those who relate through coercion, or indisregard of others, create negative energy.
Those who are open to others and who see others in their fullness create positive energy.