Why We’re Providing Global Leadership, Mentorship To Nigerian Youths -Group

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The founder, Centre For REAL Impact International, Mr Kunle Komolafe has disclosed the driving force behind his organization’s quest to provide leadership and mentorship to youths across the globe, and Nigerians in particular.

Komolafe stated that the REAL platform is a centre where dreams are nurtured and leaders raised.

“We have been in the business of impacting lives and raising leaders since 2005, and during this period, we have organized over 685 seminars, training, and events targeted at leadership, human development, peak performance, entrepreneurship, and creativity skills, alongside inspirational and transformational content.

“We continually provide leadership and mentorship to upwardly mobile youths and young professionals spanning across all Africa, United Kingdom, United States, etc. Komolafe stated.

Komolafe, lead strategist, at KJK Development Systems, spoke at a the REAL Impact summit, held in Abuja, weekend, tagged; “Beyond Boundaries…. Breaking barriers and inspiring change for a sustainable tomorrow”.

Over 500 participants were in attendance at the summit.

Fielding questions from newsmen, Komolafe said his goal is “to bridge the gap between the purpose or vision that one has in his heart and the realization of that vision.

“My assignment is to be that bridge between where you are now and where you desire to be. Now, it doesn’t come easily, it comes with a lot of discipline, chastisement, dos and don’ts.

On how the Nigerian youth can survive the present economic situation in Nigeria, he advised them to look inwards, saying alot of youths are looking outward at a time answers to their questions are within them.

Komolafe urged the youths to be doers and not hearers of the word, stressing that “In the place of doing, no matter how little it is, you will be recognized, you will be seen.

“Why not just go out, look within yourself and begin to do something no matter how little it is. Take little steps, if you can’t work crawl, if you can’t run, fly.

“Just make sure that at every point in time, you are not just caught doing nothing.

“Nothing just happens, you have to be disciplined, and be ready to apply principles that make for success and those things don’t come easily.

He therefore encouraged the Nigerian youth to be patient, saying, “keep doing it, keep at it. As long as you have breathe in your nostril, success will definitely find you someday”.

Also, speaking, business mogul, Olajide Abiola, stated that the summit provides an opportunity for the youths to develop themselves, have a broader understanding of their immediate environment and also so understand how to transmute ideas, learnings and teachings into practicality, application, and utilization.

“Don’t just be a hearer of the word, be a doer because when you are a doer, you are able to extract value from the knowledge you have been able to acquire.

“So, that’s the essence of mentoring programmes like this, Abiola said.

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