14th July 2017

Teenspiration: The Dynamite Called Mirabelle Morah

Mirabelle Morah is an amazing 19-year-old who I met at the Young African Leaders Initiative, West Africa, Regional Leadership Center, N2 and she was the only Nigerian teenage participant! Her creativity and ingenuity are one of the first things that you […]
6th July 2017


The decisions you make in the early hours of the morning when you wake up, get dressed and walk out the door set the tone for the day. People will either view you as an etiquette inclined or a carefree person by virtue […]
4th July 2017

4 Productivity Tips for the Rest of the Year

“Don’t be fooled by the calendar. There are only as many days in the year as you make use of.” Charles Richards It’s no news that we are now more than half way into the year 2017. For some persons, […]
22nd June 2017

Valuable Must Have Relationships

“If one falls, the other can help his friend get up. But how tragic it is for the one who is [all] alone when he falls. There is no one to help him get up” Ecclesiastes 4:10 God’s Word Translation […]
12th June 2017

Tips to Make Reading a Fun Habit

 “There is a great deal of difference between an eager man who wants to read a book and the tired man who wants a book to read.” Gilbert K. Chesterton Having examined the profitability of reading in a previous post, […]
9th June 2017

Why Reading Is A Profitable Habit

“For this very reason, make every effort to add to your faith goodness; and to goodness, knowledge;” 2 Peter 1:5 (NIV) I have not always been a bibliophile or the one to be always buried between the pages of books […]
22nd May 2017

Why You Should Understand the Temperament Theory

In my second year at the University, a friend introduced me to the temperament theory and even recommended several books to read on it. Everyone seemed to be talking about the temperament theory; my friends were always referencing it during […]
17th May 2017

Etiquette Nays for Success Driven People

There is no gainsaying that many individuals with the intention to succeed struggle to progress if they speak, act or come across the wrong way to those they interact with daily. Here are five common etiquette errors people make and how […]
12th May 2017

Valuable Leadership Lessons from Invictus

The first time I saw the movie Invictus was during the second week of the Young Africa Leadership Initiative West Africa; a five weeks leadership training program and I was so inspired to become an extraordinary leader to say the […]
4th May 2017

3 Smart Money Tips from Arese Ugwu’s The Smart Money Woman

It is almost axiomatic that no one wants to become broke and penniless; not even you! You, like every other person, want the good life but you could be inadvertently working very hard towards a life of poverty and financial […]
1st May 2017

4 Drops of Inspiration from Hidden Figures

The movie hidden figures is an ultimate proof of the fact that genius has no race and strength has no gender. The non-fiction movie is based on the experiences of  three African-American female mathematicians who worked at the National Aeronautics and […]
23rd April 2017

Zuriel Oduwole, a true teenspiration!

In the last edition of the TeenAchiever bulletin, Zuriel Oduwole, a 14 year old film maker and girl child education advocate  was featured in the teenspiration column. We bring you the exclusive interview with this amazing young girl. Be inspired! […]