“Do what makes you happy”. You hear it always but how often do you do what makes you happy? Some people worry too much about failing, getting disappointed or rebuked that they put themselves under intense pressure. Life is beautiful and a merry heart is the key to living a healthy and fulfilling life. This explains, the need for you to be at peace with yourself always. Love what you do and do what you love, stay away from things or people that makes you feel bad. Do things right and be optimistic that your effort will be rewarded. Take a break from the norm as often as you can to give yourself a treat you love. Always remember, you only have one life to live, doing what makes you happy is a necessity not an option.
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JUBA, Adeola is a unique creature with a critical mind that can identify opportunities and problems. And I have great foresight to come up with realistic strategies to get the best from exploring opportunities and tackling problems. I am creative, innovative, very resourceful and I am a team player.
I am a trained Administrator having undergone four years intense training at the University studying Public Administration and I am also a graduate member of Nigerian Institute of Management (Chartered). I have relevant professional working experiences in my field and I have led people and group to achieve set goals over the years.
Thinking, planning, writing, speaking, taking actions to make positive impact are my hobbies. I have passion for excellence and a desire to help make the world a better place especially through the power of the pen.
I am a model to many; I inspire, motivate and encourage people to take the right step towards attaining success in life. I find fulfillment in making positive impacts. I am honest, dilligent, hardworking. I am futuristic in my approach to life and for me integrity is a virtue and learning is a never ending process.
I’m a campaigner, a mobilizer and an agent of change. I take full responsibility for my actions and inactions and avoid murmuring, trading blames. I am on a quest to be a leading consultant in people and resource management; in a bid to ensure organizations prosper and grow people to flourish.
JUBA, Adeola B.Sc. , MNIM