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Every individual in this world wants to leave a legacy. We all have the inner hunger to be remembered for something. Although, many persons express this desire differently at varying degrees, majority struggle daily to find full expression.
The gap between desire and fulfillment is ultimately leadership. This podcast show serves to help you bridge that gap.
Hosted by Abraham Ologundudu, founder of Seasoned Life Journal.
#LeadYourLife show is a platform to help passionate individuals like you who want to make a positive difference with your ideas, message, or story to get the clarity, boldness, strategy and tools needed to empower you execute intentionally.
By applying practical and simple principles, you will gain insight into actionable tips, steps and strategies to help you Lead your life intentionally
In simple terms, we would be dealing with topics centred on PERSONAL LEADERSHIP. http://seasonedlifejournal.com

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Every individual in this world wants to leave a legacy. We all have the inner hunger to be remembered for something. Although, many persons express this desire differently at varying degrees, majority struggle daily to find full expression.
The gap between desire and fulfillment is ultimately leadership. This podcast show serves to help you bridge that gap.
Hosted by Abraham Ologundudu, founder of Seasoned Life Journal.
#LeadYourLife show is a platform to help passionate individuals like you who want to make a positive difference with your ideas, message, or story to get the clarity, boldness, strategy and tools needed to empower you execute intentionally.
By applying practical and simple principles, you will gain insight into actionable tips, steps and strategies to help you Lead your life intentionally
In simple terms, we would be dealing with topics centred on PERSONAL LEADERSHIP. http://seasonedlifejournal.com

    Have You failed? Try Again! - Adedolapo Osuntuyi (Founder, Dolly Children Foundation)

    Have You failed? Try Again! - Adedolapo Osuntuyi (Founder, Dolly Children Foundation)

    Have you ever had a period in your life when you felt like you were trapped in your own body? There was so much going on at the same time and it appeared there was no way of escape and you just wanted to vanish from this world? Our guest on today's episode has once felt like that. Today's episode of Lead Your Life Series features the story of how Adedolapo Osuntuyi who at one time in her life was at the verge of committing suicide became a superwoman. Today, she is helping to improve the quality of living of vulnerable children in rural communities through education. Lead Your Life Series, is a special edition of Lead Your Life Podcast. We share real life experiences of how personal struggles and seeming setbacks were turned into phenomenal stories of hope and grace. About Adedolapo Osuntuyi Adedolapo is a young woman with a keen interest in promoting quality education in community primary schools in Nigeria.  Dolapo graduated from the prestigious University of Central Lancashire, Preston, the United Kingdom with a Masters Degree in Child Health & Social Care. She obtained an Africa – America Institute Scholarship to study Social Sector Management Course at the Enterprise Development Centre, Pan – Atlantic University (Lagos Business School).  She has gained experience in child protection, early childhood and community development programs.  Adedolapo is the founder of Dolly Children Foundation, a non - governmental organization which focuses on improving the plight of the less privileged children in Nigeria through Education; emphasis on quality education for all.  Over 5000 children in 22 communities have benefitted through various interventions of the organization.  She is currently a cohort 2 participant of the Young African Leaders Initiative, West Africa Regional Centre, a US Government Initiative.  Dolapo enjoys learning and researching. Adedolapo would be telling us about her struggles, What were her redefining moments, the two most important steps she took differently, what were the aftermath, and what lessons she would like you to take away from her story. Enjoy!   * Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 10:32 — 9.93MB) You can also listen on: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Be Social Please share the love by sharing this post across your Facebook, Twitter and other social channels.  What can you make of Adedolapo's story? Is there any part that you can relate with? Please share with us using the comment form below.

    Liberate Your Mind & Find Your Inner Peace | Peace Itimi

    Liberate Your Mind & Find Your Inner Peace | Peace Itimi

     “Do not let the behavior of others destroy your inner peace.” —Dalai Lama This week's episode of Lead Your Life Series features the story of how Peace, grew up with so much anger and depression, and how it led to discover what she's passionate about. Today, she is a super emerging Techprenuer helping business use digital marketing to grow their businesses. This is an outstanding episode from our curated stories in 2017.  Lead Your Life Series, is a special edition of Lead Your Life Podcast. We share real life experiences of how personal struggles and seeming setbacks were turned into phenomenal stories of hope and grace. About Peace Itimi Peace Itimi studied Medical Biochemistry at the University but is now actively pursuing a career in Digital Marketing after falling in love with it during her time as a Google Student Ambassador.  She has various certifications from Hubspot and Google in Digital Marketing and is actively involved in the Google Digital Skills Project where she has trained over 2000 people thus far. She is also the Co-founder of Rene Digital Hub and has published three Books. Peace would be telling us about her personal struggle(s), What were her redefining moments, the most important steps she took differently, what were the aftermaths, and what lessons she would like you to take away from her story. Enjoy!  * Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Runtime: 24 Minutes 05 Seconds — 22.30MB) You can also listen on: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Be Social Please share the love by sharing this post across your Facebook, Twitter and other social channels.  What can you make of Peace's story? Is there any part that you can relate with? Please share with us using the comment form below.

    You are Designed to Break Barriers - Adedayo Olabamiji (Curator, #BreakingBarriers)

    You are Designed to Break Barriers - Adedayo Olabamiji (Curator, #BreakingBarriers)

    “There are no constraints on the human mind, no walls around the human spirit, no barriers to our progress except those we ourselves erect” — Ronald Reagan Everyone loves to listen to a grass to grace story, but not many would want to actually take the grass to grace journey.  Truly, life is full of difficulties but it seems like not everyone gets an equal share of these challenges. I have read and heard stories of individuals who didn't have the best childhood but rose to become global phenomenons. From all these experiences, one can conclude that humans are designed to break barriers. There's is absolutely nothing that can hold you back if you will just keep pushing in the right direction.  This week's episode of Lead Your Life Series features the story of how Adedayo who grew up in a disadvantaged family, rose through those challenges to become a leadership expert. Today, Adedayo through his platforms and leadership positions, is helping people live bigger, bolder and braver lives. Lead Your Life Series, is a special edition of Lead Your Life Podcast. We share real life experiences of how personal struggles and seeming setbacks were turned into phenomenal stories of hope and grace. About Adedayo Olabamiji Adedayo is a Keynote Motivational Speaker, Life Coach, Thought Leader,Human Resources, Change and Confidence Expert. He is dedicated to helping people live bigger, bolder and braver lives. He is the curator of #BreakingBarriers a weekly motivational program on Twitter, through which lives of many have been changed. He is an astute Public and Conference Speaker. Adedayo have 10 years vast experience in Leadership Skills and Human Development. He has grasp insights in Project Management Certified from Institute of Finance and Strategic Business Management (IFSBM) and a Personal Development Skill from Prestigious Lagos Business School (Improving Personal  Effectiveness). Adedayo is a Youth Leader at The Redeemed Christian stain Church of God (RCCG) where he serves as an Ambassador at the Provincial Level (Lagos Prov. 36) and YALI member with 5 certifications ranging from Strategies For Personal Growth and Development, Workforce Collaboration and Development et al  He is Author of 360 Gems of Wisdom. He is passionate to make a difference in this generation and help others to live a fulfilled life. Dayo would be telling us about his struggle(s) while growing up, his defining moments, what were the aftermaths, and what lessons he would like you to take away from his story. Enjoy!   * Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Runtime: 13 Minutes 08 Seconds — 12.2MB) You can also listen on: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Be Social Please share the love by sharing this post across your Facebook, Twitter and other social channels.  What can you make of Dayo's story? Is there any part that you can relate with? Please share with us using the comment form below.

    Push and Don't Give Up on Yourself - Morenike Vincent (Author, Academic Excellence Devotional)

    Push and Don't Give Up on Yourself - Morenike Vincent (Author, Academic Excellence Devotional)

    “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” — Eleanor RooseveltHave you ever been in that situation where you successfully convinced your friends and family that you were making the right decision on a certain matter? Only for them to see you struggling and failing repeatedly? You know that feeling? I can tell you that it can be really traumatizing.    Do you have a dream that seems like it's getting more impossible to achieve daily? My one question for you today is this: How badly do you want it?  It's easier to teach, read, and learn about patience, perseverance, resilience, tenacity (or whatever you call it), than to actually practice.   Honestly, I can attest to the fact that perpetual failure can really be painful and sometimes humiliating. However, one thing I have learnt is that in the end, it makes me stronger.  This week's episode of Lead Your Life Series features the story of how Morenike spent 8 years of her life trying to pass a professional examination in her chosen field Today, she is a chartered accountant and an author. She is gracefully inspiring young individuals on academic excellence as well as making wise career choices.  Lead Your Life Series, is a special edition of Lead Your Life Podcast. We share real life experiences of how personal struggles and seeming setbacks were turned into phenomenal stories of hope and grace. About Morenike Vincent Morenike is a lover of God and people, a graceful speaker, and heart-writer. She loves to help people live Awake to the Lives they have been called of God to live and she does so actively through morenikevincent.com.  Her heart for family life lead her to start a network for ladies called She's connected familylife Network for ladies to grow together in God while the mirror they phenomenal woman in proverbs 31.  With the next generation, Her heart is burdened for the Education and as such she held the first online Seminar for Academic Excellence in 2016. There after she has spoken at events where inspiring her audience on to strive for Academic Excellence, make wise Career choices, and live Awake to their lives.  She is the author of the Academic Excellence Devotional, a 31 day devotional packed with academic Excellence stories, Nuggets and wisdom, which focuses on helping teenagers and young adults attain academic excellence   As a faculty member of the Elaleoy Academy, a life coaching academy for teenagers and young adults, the convener of The Life on Purpose Conference for teenagers, she believes in the total and well rounded youth.  Morenike is a Chartered Accountant with one of the big4 professional Services firms. In her part time she is, volunteering at Awesome Treasures Foundation, speaking and training young minds, writing  on her website, for blogs and magazines.  She's married to her best friend and King, Omobolaji Morenike would be telling us about her struggle(s) to becoming a chartered accountant, what were the aftermaths, and what lessons she would like you to take away from her story. Enjoy!   * Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Runtime: 29 Minutes 47 Seconds — 27.5MB) You can also listen on: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Be Social Please share the love by sharing this post across your Facebook, Twitter and other social channels.  What can you make of Morenike story? Is there any part that you can relate with? Please share with us using the comment form below.

    Be Persistent With Your Baby Steps - Habiba Kehinde (Founder, Digital Lucy Nigeria)

    Be Persistent With Your Baby Steps - Habiba Kehinde (Founder, Digital Lucy Nigeria)

    “If you want something to change in your present situation, you have to do something to change it. You have to take a step.” — Habiba KehindeWhen there's a discussion about how to find clarity in life, my favourite statement is this: clarity is a process.  Many people think they have got to figure everything out before they can start something. That has been the bane of many dreams. My story is a classical example, I started blogging 6 years ago just posting quotes and motivational stories on my blog. Fast forward to the future, it's been growing into other things I had never thought of. I'd say no more for now. Story for another day. This week's episode of Lead Your Life Series features the story of how Habiba, during a very challenging moment in her life, created an amazing career path. Today, she is helping female entrepreneurs simplify digital marketing in order grow profitable businesses. Lead Your Life Series, is a special edition of Lead Your Life Podcast. We share real life experiences of how personal struggles and seeming setbacks were turned into phenomenal stories of hope and grace. About Habiba Kehinde Habiba Kehinde is a Social Media Strategist who helps small businesses and entrepreneurs get their businesses online and build profitable brands. She works with clients to strategically leverage social media platforms to attract new customers, grow their businesses and build their brands. Habiba is a graduate of Computer Science from Babcock University and has a MSc. in Information Systems, Organisations and Management from Alliance Manchester Business School. With over 7 years experience in her career, working with global FMCG, Telecommunications and Finance brands in the United Kingdom and Nigeria; she started Digital Lucy Nigeria in 2015 to help businesses leverage technology effectively. Her focus is on working with female entrepreneurs simplify digital marketing in order grow profitable businesses. Habiba would be telling us about her personal struggle(s), What were her redefining moments, the most important steps she took differently, what were the aftermaths, and what lessons she would like you to take away from her story. Enjoy!   * Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Runtime: 15 Minutes 36 Seconds — 14.5MB) You can also listen on: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Be Social Please share the love by sharing this post across your Facebook, Twitter and other social channels.  What can you make of Habiba's story? Is there any part that you can relate with? Please share with us using the comment form below.

    Chase Your Greatness- Sam Idowu (Founder, Mind & Ideas Network)

    Chase Your Greatness- Sam Idowu (Founder, Mind & Ideas Network)

    (* “Don’t limit yourself. Many people limit themselves to what they think they can do. You can go as far as your mind lets you. What you believe, remember, you can achieve.” —Mary Kay Ash I have come to discover that self sabotage can show up in different ways in the lives of people.  There are some who are not confident about life because of their body type, height, colour, etc. There are some who have some sort of disability or even health condition that made them develop a negative perspective to life.  You may have also seen people who have similar conditions to yours and are enjoying a different reality. These things may appear subtle, but in the end, it's about your disposition and not your position. Our guest this week, Sam Idowu, brings in a little twist to the flow of the series. Today's episode of Lead Your Life Series features the story of how Sam, battled with an issue of frequent painful urination (It might sound funny, but you can never tell what people are really going through). Today, Sam is helping people develop their ideas and talents into achievable goals.  Lead Your Life Series, is a special edition of Lead Your Life Podcast. We share real life experiences of how personal struggles and seeming setbacks were turned into phenomenal stories of hope and grace. About Sam Idowu I am more like your old friend you’ve been wanting to connect back with to have a great time together sharing things that leads to greatness.  I am the founder of Mind and Ideas Network, and convener of the classy “When Minds Meet”, a platform created to raise exceptional leaders, where individuals and groups are challenged for greater living.  I am a certified HR personnel and currently working with a consulting firm in Ikoyi, Lagos Nigeria. Through my academic years in Ghana, I was opportune to hold several leadership roles among which were, General Secretary of the Business School Faculty, Foreign Student Representative and Chief Justice for the student representative council in which they all got me the award of the most influential student on graduation.  I have successfully influenced people in the achievement of goals.  I am also a media consultant; I Co-founded a media outfit in 2015 named Innovators Media which is majorly for publicity and entertainment.  I produced my first movie titled, ‘Independence Day’ in 2017. I have acted and been a production manager in several other movies.  I am believer in Christ and I’m passionate about using the gift of God to its fullest. Sam would be telling us about his personal struggle(s), What were his redefining moments, the most important steps he took differently, what were the aftermaths, and what lessons he would like you to take away from his story. Enjoy!   * Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Runtime: 23:09 Minutes — 21.4MB) You can also listen on: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Be Social Please share the love by sharing this post across your Facebook, Twitter and other social channels.  What can you make of Sam's story? Is there any part that you can relate with? Please share with us using the comment form below.

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