Sometimes, the going gets tough and we all need an external push to inspire to keep moving.
These words of wisdom from some of our #LLA 100 Women will keep you inspired and give you that extra push you need to keep moving in your career, business and life.
“When it comes to raising intentional kids; identify your family’s main values, consider what skills, experiences and knowledge you want your child/children to leave home with.” – Blessing Adesiyan, Founder, Mother Honestly
“We have to keep fighting for what we believe in, and above all, never lose hope. If you were waiting for a sign, this is it.” – Khadijah Okunnu-Lamidi (KOL), Aspiring President Of The Federal Republic Of Nigeria
“The first step to being treated right in relationships, is to treat yourself right.” – Shakirat Gold-Olufadi, Consultant Physician/ Dermatologist Author – Medi-thrive
“Great leaders build on the legacy of others. When you miss milestones, do not throw out the goal completely, rather take stock and keep on the journey.” – Owen Omogiafo, President/GCEO Of Transcorp Plc.
“For the world to be reset, we all have a role to play! Speak, advocate and support good causes, ensuring freedom and safety for the world” – Oluyemi Adetiba-Orija, Founder, Headfort Foundation
“What YOU focus on becomes the focus” – Tola Onigbanjo, CEO & Founder Women4Africa
“You must take your destiny in your own hands. I believe that only the paranoid survive, so you have to be paranoid about everything to ensure all goes well.” -Tokunboh George-Taylor, Managing Director of Hill+Knowlton Strategies Nigeria.
When you show up to your brand like this, you not only enrich your life, you give other people permission to do the same. You have invested in yourself. You can’t waste all that by playing small with your vision.” – Tolu Michaels, Digital Entrepreneur and Author.
Practice doesn’t just make perfect practice makes permanent. Asking yourself why you do what you do, can get you out of a loop that keeps you stuck with “the outcome you do not want”. To achieve your goals consistently and make success sustainable you must cultivate the habit of seeking feedback from yourself for yourself. – Yetty Williams, Founder, Lagos Mums
I have seen the impact financial inclusion can have on poverty alleviation and I realize impacts can happen anywhere. We tend to assume you can only make an impact in medicine or philanthropy, but I believe you can make an impact even in a financial institution. – TOMILOLA ADEJANA, Founder, Bankly