Dr. Abib Olamitoye is a purpose driven and self motivated Medical Practioner and Business Leader.
He obtained both his Medical degree as well as his Masters degree in Business Administration from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Tolu Medical Centre, Olodi Apapa, Lagos Nigeria; Ibadan Central Hospital, Ososami Road, Oke Ado, Ibadan Nigeria
Dr Abib Olamitoye is the Author of "What l Want My Child To Know About Money" formerly published as "The Greatest and Strangest Money Making Secrets" He is also the author of "How To Create A Business That Trives In Your Absence"
He is also the founder and facilitator of 100/10 Academy, a Human Resource Outfit originally designed to raise 100 Billionaires in ten years, where he teaches Entrepreneurial Skills and Principles in Ibadan and Abeokuta, Nigeria.
Dr. Abib Olamitoye is happily married with two children.
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What l want my child to know about Growing Money Trees
by Abib Olamitoye
Approx. 30,930 words.
Published on January 15, 2013.
Anyone can become wealthy that is willing to follow the basic principles of industry and frugality; the two main pillars that stand the frame of prosperity. This is the core message of Growing Money Trees.
In the series of What I Want My Child To Know, this book is the third It comes in six reader-friendly chapters. Each chapter begins with a key message; a success principle that you need to know
What I Want My Child To Know About Building A Great Life - How To Prepare To Prosper
by Abib Olamitoye
Approx. 33,350 words.
Published on November 22, 2012.
This book carries the capacity to transform lives.Its a Father's best legacy like a Will to his child
It's a do-it-yourself manual teaching goal setting and goal attainment in a simple inspiring, amusing yet powerful step by step approach until the manifestation of the dream towards building a great life
It spells out the A-Z of what life is and how a child must meticulously plan for his future
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