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For a while now, this place has been really quiet. Well, that is because WE HAVE MOVED. The brand is growing therefore there is need for a wider and permanent space.

Of course, I’d love for you to be a part of this, hence the announcement. Please do well to visit for more juicy contents- book summaries, career-related articles, productivity-enhancing posts and many others.

I look forward to seeing you there.




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My 2017 Reading Goals 

Last year, I inculcated the art of setting goals and ever since then I have been very big on achieving every bit of my goals. Writing this blog post brings a sense of accomplishment which I hoped to experience by the time the year ends. One of my big goals, when this year commenced, was to read 60 books. 

In this post, I will be writing out the title of all the books I read this year. Of course, I would also love to know how far you went with your reading goals.

Just in case you’re wondering… I hit 60! drum roll

  1. On managing yourself- Harvard Business Review
  2. Acres of diamond – Rusell Conwell
  3. Lightning – Danielle Steel
  4. A perfect life – Danielle Steel
  5. The house on hope street – Danielle Steel
  6. Smart money woman – Arese Agwu
  7. If my father loved me – Rosie Thomas
  8. Love, Rosie – Cecilia Ahern
  9. Shout down the moon – Lisa Tucker
  10. Diva principle – Michelle Hammond
  11. All dressed in white- Mary Higgins Clark
  12. David and Goliath – Malcolm Gladwell
  13. Focus – Daniel Coleman
  14. Eat, pray and love – Elizabeth Gilbert
  15. We should all be feminists – Chimamanda Adichie
  16. Lineage of Grace – Francine Rivers
  17. Toxic bachelors – Danielle Steel
  18. Dear future husband – Tomi Adesina
  19. The wedding – Danielle Steel
  20. Seven secrets of successful women – Donna and Lynn Brooks
  21. The best laid plans – Sidney Sheldon
  22. Long time coming – Danielle Steel
  23. Losing you – Susan Lewis
  24. Mixed blessings – Danielle Steel
  25. The difference maker – John Maxwell
  26. Summer’s end – Danielle Steel
  27. Fervent – Priscilla Shirer
  28. Lean in -Sheryl Sandberg
  29. And the mountains echoed – Khaled Hosseini
  30. Emotional intelligence – Harvard Business Review
  31. Money mistakes women make – Oladimeji Olutimehin
  32. Ps, I love you – Cecilia Ahern
  33. Like a virgin –Richard Branson
  34. A good woman – Danielle Steel
  35. Amazing grace – Danielle Steel
  36. Milk and honey- Rupi Kaur
  37. A thousand splendid suns – Khaled Hosseini
  38. All by myself alone – Mary Higgins Clark
  39. I will walk alone- Mary Higgins Clark
  40. In the company of women – Grace Booney
  41. I will teach you to be rich – Ramit Sethi
  42. 44, Charles street – Danielle Steel
  43. The gift – Danielle Steel
  44. The subtle art of not giving a fuck – Mark Manson
  45. Girl boss – Sophia Amoruso
  46. We are going to need more wine – Gabrielle Union
  47. 29, Single and Nigerian – NSG
  48. Stay with me – Ayobami Adebayo
  49. The memory lingers on – Mary Higgins Clark
  50. I married you not your family – Linda Mintle
  51. Born on a Tuesday – Elnathan John
  52. The sun is also a star – Nicola Yoon
  53. Mom, sex is no big deal- Sharon Hersh
  54. The sun and her flowers – Rupi Kaur
  55. Outliers – Malcolm Gladwell
  56. Goals – Brian Tracy
  57. Easy motion tourist- Leye Adenle
  58. Girls with sword – Lisa Bevere
  59. Everything Everything – Nicola Yoon
  60. Born a crime –Trevor Noah

You just had a glimpse of my 2017 shelf… What do you think? 

P.S- If you would love to read any of these books, indicate in the comment box below… I’ve got some ebooks to share…

See you in the new year…

 ❤ from me to you


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Shelf Series #7

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Outliers: The Story Of Success by Malcolm Gladwell


OUTLIERS are those who have been given opportunities and who have had the strength and presence of mind to seize them. – Malcolm Gladwell

What is the question we always ask the successful? We want to know how they are like- how intelligent they are, what kind of personalities they have and what special talents they have been born with. And we often assume that it is those personal qualities that explain how the individual reached the top.  The author’s aim is to convince the readers that these kinds of personal explanation of success don’t work. People do not rise from nothing. We owe something to parentage and patronage. The people who stand before kings may look like they did it all by themselves. But in fact, they are beneficiaries of hidden advantages, extraordinary opportunities and cultural legacies that allow them to learn and work hard and make sense of the world in ways others cannot. Continue reading “Outliers: The Story Of Success by Malcolm Gladwell”

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My Favorite Quotes From The Book- ‘In The Company Of Women’ by Grace Booney


Have you ever wished you could meet a successful entrepreneur or CEO and just chat over coffee? Sincerely, this book is just what you need. The book is a compilation of interviews with over hundred successful women.  While each woman’s story is unique, their messages are universal. The author’s goal is to provide relatable and motivating examples of all kinds of women running their own businesses, so that any woman, anywhere, can open to any page and see herself reflected. Continue reading “My Favorite Quotes From The Book- ‘In The Company Of Women’ by Grace Booney”

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The Best Expense Trackers (Budgeting)


In this post DEALING WITH OVERSPENDING, I talked about BUDGET. However, it occurred to me that a good number of people do not know how to keep budgets. Also, a percentage of those who keep budgets cross the bar some(most) times. If you fall into any of these categories, here comes a ‘SAVIOUR’. Now you do not have to worry about how you budget is faring and how close or far you are to your monthly expense limit, these trackers do the ‘worrying’ for you.

Considering that our phone is as close to us as our heart itself, using these applications isn’t such a biggie.  Continue reading “The Best Expense Trackers (Budgeting)”