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In this episode of Truth Serum Laide Abel and I discuss her new book 'People as Assets: Building High-Performance Teams'. Naturally, I was interested in the book because I saw "People As Assets". I know for a fact that most organizations in Ni
I grew up largely unparented. My parents wanted a boy. (thank God they have one now) My sisters and I just never mattered. In my 5 years in boarding school in Ibadan, my parents never visited. My childhood was really mentally miserable. I learn
Mental and Emotional Capital is very critical in the development of a family or home that will produce the leaders of tomorrow. I dare to say that when parents lack these forms of capital; then we are really impoverished and the nation is in 'b
Nigeria is 60! With regards to security and policing, What are we celebrating? So, what does it take to be a good cop? Who is a good cop? How do we ensure that another attempt at reforms actually yield the sort of 'dividends' the country needs?
Women need to learn to speak up in the workplace. They need to be assertive . . .not aggressive. You need to make sure you develop yourself". Mrs Bunmi Ajani Lawson. The world of work the way we know it has changed; the world the way we know i
Seriously, what happens when FEAR conceals itself in your life and skillfully becomes the program that determines your actions, decisions, moods and relationships? Yes, it is possible for you to be operating on FEAR and not even know it. In thi
In the previous episode of Truth Serum, we listened to Seun talk about his battle with depression and his attempts at suicide, which he has documented in his new book: 'HOW NOT TO LEAVE'. In this episode of Truth Serum, we discuss depression an
In recent years we have had an increase in depression and suicide in Nigeria.  The World Health Organisation (WHO) tells us that depression is a common mental disorder. Globally, more than 264 million people of all ages suffer from depression.
We continue with the 6 other thinking errors. On the previous episode (part 1) we were able to discuss 6. In this episode (part 2) we are discussing: 1. Emotional Reasoning 2. Overgeneralization, 3. Personalization and Blame, 4. Labelling 5. Aw
Thinking errors, also known as thinking styles are habitual thought patterns or ways of thinking that can have a profound effect on our physical and mental health and our relationships. Our thinking patterns determine the way we respond to peop
It's 'crazy' how the mind can continue to do all the things we do not want like, intrusive thoughts, fear, resentment, worry, anxiety, etc. Why does this happen? For some of us, we have become prisoners in our own minds, helplessly tied to unco
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