I am Oluwaseun, ROI Africa's Global Youth Ambassador for productivity. I'm so obsessed with the youth that I've given myself up to the cause of service. Two years into my Ambassadorial programme, I realized that it would not be possible for the youths to be productive if they do not experience peace at home and in the society; get good education, good governance and security. Since then, I have been an advocate for education, security, peace and good governance.
I'm founder of "ID8T COSMOS" (pronounced ideate: "aidieit"), a mentoring platform for personal and purpose discovery and pursuit, personal transformation and productivity. I've helped many youths discover their true selves, and purposes, which they now pursue earnestly, under careful guidance and mentoring.
I'm a writer, driving instructor, content creator and developer, I serve as Media Officer and Productivity Adviser to M2YW SPORTS, a football academy. I also do some graphics, web and UX designs.
What do you read for pleasure?
Anything that will add value to me. The fact that it is reading for pleasure does not mean I should waste it. I see it as an opportunity to add to my knowledge base. By so doing, I get to learn and improve on myself, with my value rising as high as it ever can be.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
1. In pursuit of purpose. 2. The presentation secrets of Steve Jobs. 3. The Amazon way. 4. The Warren Buffett Way. 5. How Successful people think.
These books have changed my life forever. They contain wonderful insights that really helped in one stage of life or the other. I am a work in progress, but I'm not where I used to be before reading them.
The world is in dire need of heroes who will save the day and deep inside you is the hero that we all need.
The Abattoir is capable of making you dream of becoming that hero who will save the day. But it does not end there, it promises to walk you through the journey to actualizing your dreams.
The world needs you. Get ready. Play your part.