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A single talent is not a ticket to success in life. It must be nurtured on a daily basis.
1. Give yourself a moment to appreciate what you’ve achieved, but no more When the time comes to move forward, success is but a single point on a much longer journey – it is not the end of that journey. Imagine a company like Apple stopping after the iPod or Henry Ford deciding the Model T was good enough. Where would be today without people constantly striving to improve upon what they’ve already achieved?
2 – Learn from Failure and Find Things to ImproveIf success is a marker on your journey, failure is the map. When we fail, we discover something important about ourselves. We discover how to persevere, how to get better, and what does NOTwork. We discover which paths to avoid and it fine tunes our approach. Revel in failure and learn from it at every step. The most successful entrepreneurs in history are remembered for their triumphs but will tell you only of their failures and how they learned from them. Recognize the potential in those moments and use them to propel yourself forward.
3 – Visualize the Positive You’ll Discover in the Next Step When the next step is unsure, imagine what it COULD be. Imagine the successes you can haveand how you will use those to get closer to your goal. Imagine the knowledge you will gain, even if you fail to achieve there sults you are striving for.
Whatever you do, visualize yourself doing something. It might feel like you’re looking out over a cliff, unsure of what’s beyond the clouds but know that whatever you find beyond those clouds is exactly what you’ve been looking for.
4. The Path to Success
Every path is different and those who enjoy and learn from the steps in their personal path to success will thrive.Be the one who finds joy in even the hardest moments and you will never dread what comes next on the arduous journey you’ve set yourself on.
Money, fame and power are just some ofthe attributes that make today’s world billionaires who they are and these young outstanding Nigerians have achieved that in a very short time.
Young, brimming with ideas and and a determination to achieve the impossible, these three young men are pragmaticallycarving a niche for themselves in the global centre stage as respectable billionaires in their own right:
1. Sijibomi Ogundele Sijibomi:
He is notably the youngest Nigerian manso far to reach a billion in earnings from business investments. The 34 year old entrepreneur who is the CEO of Sujimoto,a real estate business empire, was featured in Forbes Africa as a brave young Entrepreneur, an astute businessman with the capacity to change the Nigerian real-estate industry.
Mr. Ogundele boasts of a vast degree of experience as a venture capitalist and investment strategist has provided a solid background in ensuring Sujimoto achieves its mission in the establishment of classy housing units in Nigeria that can compete with its counterparts globally.
He was pictured with the King of Dubai in one of his photos.In a previous interview with Punch, Sijubomi revealed his affection for fast cars and antique watches. He got the inspiration for the name Sujimotofrom a Japanese university professor he encountered, Dr. Sujimoto Koga who hada profound influence on him. The very articulate Siju loves the luxurious lifestyle and he is not afraid to enjoy the best things in life. At 33, he bought a pricey Patek Phillipe wristwatch that costs $150,000 (N23 million) and when asked, he said he procured it so his grandson can one day use it. The young man who had a very humble beginning inAgege is responsible for the popular Medici Terraces at Milverton Road, Ikoyi.The buildings are architectural masterpieces that would make jaws drop instantly. Mr Ogundele is on the fast lane to unparalleled wealth and he isjust a few years away from becoming the next Dangote. His exploits have helped to put Nigeria’s name on the global map especially in the real estate and construction trade.
He earned his first millions by going into the liquor business during his time in China. At the young age of 22, he founded Solidarnosc Asia, a Chinese alcoholic beverage company that made Solid XS, a premium brand of vodka.
Delano is now the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Bakrie Delano Africa– a $1 billion joint venture with the $15 billion Bakrie Group of Indonesia at the age of 35. Ladi re-invented himself and his brand with Bakrie Delano Africa which is centered on identifying investment opportunities in mining, agriculture and oil & gas and executing them in Nigeria. In one of his photos,he was pictured with former president, Olusegun Obasanjo.
He has been featured by Forbes as one of Nigeria’s top earners to watch out for in the nearest future.
3. Igho Sanomi:
The 40-year-old Igho Sanomi is the founder and CEO of Taleveras Group, a Nigerian energy, power and construction conglomerate.
He was born in Delta State to a devout catholic father who was a retired Assistant Inspector General of the Nigerian Police. Mr Sanomi’s mother, Mabel Iyabo Sanomi holds a Royal title of Yeye Jemo of Isotun Ijesha Kingdom in Osun State. Taleveras is arguably one of Africa’s largest energy trading companies, trading close to a billion barrels of crude oil and millions of tons of condensates, gasoline, jet fuel and LPG every year.
Taleveras also owns substantial stakes in two oil blocks in Nigeria as well as lucrative production sharing contracts (PSCs) in three offshore oil blocks in Ivory Coast. The group Power subsidiary constructs electrical substations in Nigeria and also owns a majority stake in the Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company.
The towering conglomerate has an annual turnover of several billions of dollars. Igho Sanomi is the controlling shareholder of the group.
At 40, Mr Sanomi is arguably one of the youngest kings of oil and gas Nigeria has ever seen.