Kehinde Fawumi is a bestselling and award-winning author, a public speaker and consultant. He is passionate about helping people and organizations take better decisions. As a consultant at Netlight Consulting, he has consulted for many startups and multinational companies including Fujitsu, SKY Deutschland, Sixt Car Rental among others. He writes short story fictions with focus on self-development and personal transformation. Kehinde has many years of experience in leadership and has inspired thousands of young people across the world through international organizations. He is the founder of Feedone Project, a charity organization in West Africa with impact on tens of thousands of families and less privileged.
He has been part of several national delegations to the United Nations on global conferences discussing topics such as: youth development, human rights, gender equality, rule of law and civic participation. He is a scholar and senior fellow of the DAAD - African Good Governance Network in Germany.
Tomorrow's Realities Today is a life-changing and highly motivational book which teaches sound principles needful for transforming any dream into reality. The wealth of this book includes inspirational true life stories from over 20 achievers in different countries. This book is intended for dreamers who truly believe and desire a great future.
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Published: December 28, 2019.
Fiction » Inspirational
This small yet powerful book engages the power of metaphors to explain the pragmatic steps in reaching any goal, in a way that everyone can easily understand. It is highly motivational and shares principles that when applied can empower anybody to achieve their dreams, overcome their fears and experience true liberty!
This brilliant piece came out as one of the (World) best in the 2010 edition of Peter Drucker's Global Challenge. The author has thus decided to share it with the world! It is a solution-driven missive on the numerous uncertainties hobbling the sustenance of the global community and especially of businesses.
Every month for over 20 years, scores of youth from West African Countries are wasted in a bid to find a better life in the Southern European Countries while transiting illegally through Libya. Anthony is a clear example of one whose experience - though victorious, was phenomenal. I wish to tell his story in this book, and to recommend urgent panaceas to the inflicting problems of youth migration.