Monthly archives for October, 2015

To Achieve Uncommon Success, Avoid Sp...

To Achieve Uncommon Success, Avoid Specializing [Hint: New York Times Article About Steve Martin’s Amazing Success As a Multipreneur]!

The following 2 quotes set the tone for this piece… 1. “Specialization is for Insects A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, […]

Get a comprehensive 4-Part DIETARY FA...

Get this comprehensive 4-Part DIETARY FACT SHEET for Rabbits, along with those for Fish, Poultry, Pigs and Dairy Cattle, when you attend my On-Demand Feed Formulation Workshop and/or Buy my Feed Formulation Home Study Video Series. Below are screenshots of the Rabbits Fact Sheets. The others have similar sections viz:   Here’s a brief preview…. […]

THE FARM CEO (Issue 21): Partner With...

[Tagline: If it can help your farm business, you’ll find it in THE FARM CEO™ Newspaper ] Preview: This week, I feature a generic message I’ve been sending out to representatives of organizations I’ve communicated with in the past. It’s about a new initiative I’ve decided to launch to be able to help more people […]

Science Subjects are NOT Superior to ...

“After a certain high level of technical skill is achieved, science and art tend to coalesce in aesthetics, plasticity and form. The greatest scientists are always artists as well.” – Albert Einstein Despite agreeing with virtually everything else he said in his THIS DAY newspaper article on the recent NBL sponsored Maltina Teacher of the […]

No. 216: To Excel, Be As Proficient I...

Quick Take-Away: This week, I use the true story [see video below] of a “graduate Teacher Who Could Not Read Her Own Certificate”, to illustrate why – apart from your speaking skills – you also need proficiency in reading/writing to demonstrate competence as an expert-who-speaks. Hint: Teachers are also ” experts-who-speak” (though most people don’t […]

Why Instead of “SELLING” Fela Anikula...

[PHOTOS: A visit to Fela Anikulapo Kuti’s Kalakuta Museum with my 16 year old son – who is named after him] In my 2003 personal philosophy paper titled “Why I Do What I Do, The Way I Do It”, I wrote as follows: “In certain ways, I see myself as a non-singing ideological equivalent of […]

On-Demand Feed Formulation for Farm C...

Last week I announced the availability of my Monthly On-Demand Feed Formulation for Farm CEOs Workshop [Hint: FREE Entry for Owners of Tayo Solagbade’s Feed Formulation Handbook & Software]. However, in light of the VERY different date preferences being expressed by intending attendees to the 6 tentative dates I sent out, it’s become obvious that […]

Choosing The Right Role Models for Su...

Quick Take Away As far as I’m concerned, due to the TRULY international dimension of the success he enjoys as a freelance writer/blogger, earning steady income in thousands of dollars by CREATING 100% original value adding content for high profile and discerning international clients, coupled with his successful investment of his earnings to start-up an […]

THE FARM CEO (Issue 20): Formulating ...

[Tagline: If it can help your farm business, you’ll find it in THE FARM CEO™ Newspaper ] Preview: This week, I am pleased to announce that ALL who sign-up for my Feed Formulation Workshop will get a 50% discount to order my new Home Study DVD on How to Formulate Rations for Poultry, Pigs, Fish, […]

The Missing Element Needed to Equip M...

The Missing Element Needed to Equip More School Leavers/Graduates to Excel In Life

“A society’s competitive advantage will come not from how well its schools teach the multiplication and periodic table, but from how well they stimulate imagination and creativity.” –Einstein to Vivienne Anderson, May 12, 1953, AEA 60-716. If you are a parent to school age kids, mark my words: You need to get yourself firmly into […]