Sunday, July 19, 2015


17 LESSONS FROM THE LIFE OF RUTH. Text. Ruth Chapters 1-4.
Ruth was a Moabite who had married one of Naomi’s Sons, when She and her family moved to Moab due to the famine in Israel. Below are 17 golden keys that can be observed from the life of this great woman.
1.Ruth was a woman in touch with her emotions. She did not hide or faker her feelings of loss and grief, rather, she let it all out.Ruth 1:8-9
2. Ruth was a woman of high integrity, she was true to her words,she meant what she said and said what she meant. Ruth 1:10,12,14.
3. She preferred and chose to explore the uncertainties of her future, than to be tied to the comfort of her present. Ruth 1:14.
4.She chose not to make a lasting, life-long decision based on the loss of the past. She had this “I will not shut the gate of the future based on the pain, grief or disappointment of the past” mindset. Ruth 1:14-15.
5.She understood that popular opinion isn’t always right. Ruth 1:15-16.
6.She had a strong resolve backed up by her faith in the God of her Mother-in-law, Naomi. Ruth 1:16.
7. She has been convinced and inspired by Naomi’s faith in crisis time. Ruth 1:6,21 Hebrews 13:7.
8. She believed and decided to follow the God of Israel no matter what. Ruth 1:17
9. She was proactive. She exercised initiative and was ready to deploy her survival instinct rather than a pitiable victim mentality. She went out to glean. Ruth 2:2.
10.Ruth was an uncommon protégé who cleaved to an uncommon Mentor- Naomi.
11. She was a woman who valued insight and relevant information chapter 2:1.
12. She never hesitated in asking for necessary favour and she was grateful when she received it. Ruth 2:7
13. She was diligent at gleaning; she gleaned from morning Ruth 2:7,
14. Sacrifice and kindness always attracts unmerited favour, respect and more kindness. Ruth 2:8-11.
15.The threshold of gleaning is the pathway to the fulfillment of purpose. Ruth 2:15-18.
16. Consistent, diligent gleaning is the pathway to greatness. Ruth 2:21-13; Ruth 3:11;4:13
17.Ruth understood and respected the law of protocol.
• She valued and obeyed the instruction of an uncommon mentor.3:1-5
• She understood the purpose and power of dressing for greatness. Ruth 3:3
• She conducted herself with decency and dignity. 3:10,14.
I believe we could learn one or more things from these lessons shared from the life of Ruth.
Watch out next week for more lessons from the book of Ruth.


Emmanuel Ayeni

Saturday, July 18, 2015


Life is a beautiful thing. However, much more than this, the most enjoyable things of life are the ones shared.
Life is at its best when shared.
The shared smiles and laughter, shared jokes and shared lessons of life are part of what makes life really fun.
The shared moments, shared victory, losses,shared hopes and dreams make life fulfilled.
I hope to share more value and more inspirational moments of greatness with you my friends.
If you have found value in this, please share with a friend.

Share Greatness,

Emmanuel Ayeni
Life coach, Engineer and Entrepreneur

Sunday, July 12, 2015


It's a great day, I did enjoy an amazing service in church and watched another live service at home, it's indeed a super Sunday, I share a spirituality piece from Kenneth Copeland in today's post. Please Enjoy It and be blessed!

Be Skillful

The young lions do lack, and suffer hunger: but they that seek the Lord shall not want any good thing.
– Psalm 34:10

Did you know that, according to the Word of God, there is no lack in the Body of Christ? Everything we could ever need, every problem we could ever face has been covered by the blood of Jesus. His exceeding great and precious promises have supplied it all.
Why then do many of us keep on suffering lack? Because we haven't, as Hebrews 5:13 says, become skillful in the Word of righteousness.
It takes skill to apply the Word of God. Most of us don't realize that. We just sling the Word around and try to use it any old way. We pray some ignorant prayer and then say, "Oh well, God knows what I mean" and expect it to be answered.
It's funny though. We'd never stand for that kind of carelessness in the natural realm. If our doctor came in and just threw a bottle of pills at us and said, "Here, take that," without even trying to find out what's wrong with us, we'd leave his office and never come back. Yet, we're shocked when that same careless attitude in the spiritual realm keeps our prayers from being effective.
We live in an "instant" society where everything is quick and easy. And too many of us are letting that instant mentality leak over into our walk with the Lord Jesus Christ. When someone needs healing, we bust through the hospital door, dab a little oil between their eyes and say, "Glory to God!" and out the door we go. Sometimes it doesn't take any longer than "In the Name of Jesus be healed!" But sometimes there is something else that must be done.
The time has come for us to shake off that "instant" mentality and realize that there are situations where we're going to have to take some time and pray in the Holy Ghost. Times when we're going to have to sit there and listen for God's instructions.
If you've come up short in any area of life—whether it be healing or finances or anything else—determine to develop your Word skills where that area is concerned. Get out your Bible. Read all through the healing scriptures. Read all through the miracle scriptures. Read all through the promises of God. Read all through the blessings of Abraham.
Meditate on them. Ask God to speak to you through them and to enlighten you about the situation you're facing. Don't just sling the Word around. Dig in to it. Fellowship with your Father over it. Let Him show you how to apply it skillfully, and eventually, you'll lack no good thing.

Kenneth Copeland

Scripture Reading: Psalm 23
© 1991 Eagle Mountain International Church, Inc. aka: Kenneth Copeland Publications All rights reserved.

Wednesday, July 8, 2015



"There is no such thing as natural touch. Touch is something you create by hitting millions of golf balls." -- Lee Trevino, golfer

Whatever you seek to succeed at or become very good at, you must learn to keep at it. In sports, most athletes spend hours, months and even years training and preparing for a great feat that will last minutes at a great tournament or competition like the Olympics. Every successful boxer spent  time working out, fighting hard and beating himself to the grind so he can deliver world class performance.
Mark Twain, (real name Samuel Langhorne Clemens) an American Author and humorist once noted, that it usually took him more than three weeks  to prepare for a good impromptu speech.That stresses the need in being ever ready.
You will never become a Master of a craft you have not served well enough. Serve your craft, move from average to Genius. You can go from playing small to world-class! It is possible. This is your destiny.
Not many super achievers were born with the natural touch of Genius but rather they worked it out till they attain that level of mastery.
There is an inspiring piece in the biography of Magic Johnson, he usually will wake up early and practice 200 shots every morning before he went to school. Everyday. Johnson recounting this told USA Weekend  "I practiced all day!"
There is a popular law called the 10,000-hour rule, it basically explains that people who achieve world class at their crafts have been known to spend about a total of 10,000 hours or more rehearsing, practising and giving their very best.

There is Greatness inside of you but you need to work at it, dig it up and bring it to the fore until it's unleashed on your world!

Rise to Greatness!
Emmanuel Ayeni
Life coach, Engineer and Entrepreneur

Sunday, July 5, 2015

SPIRITUALITY: Don't Think Like the World

Don't Think Like the World
(For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds); Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ.
– 2 Corinthians 10:4-5

If you think like the world thinks, eventually you will act like the world acts. Unrestrained thoughts produce unrestrained actions. So control your thoughts by bringing them into obedience to the Scriptures.
Program your mind with the Word of God. The Word is spirit and it is life. When your mind is totally saturated with the Word of God, your will becomes strong to exercise authority to overcome every ungodly thought and evil habit.
Don't let Satan deceive you into sacrificing the glory of God in your life for a few moments of self-indulgence and sin. Restrain your thought life. Meditate the Word instead of selfish, carnal thoughts. Keep your eyes on Jesus, the author and finisher of your faith.
Kenneth Copeland

Scripture Reading: Psalm 119:11-18
© 1991 Eagle Mountain International Church, Inc. aka: Kenneth Copeland Publications All rights reserved.

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Lifecoach, Engineer and Entrepreneur

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Saturday, July 4, 2015


Life coach, Motivational Speaker, Pastor and Nation Builder, Sam Adeyemi today July 4 , 2015 holds a life changing empowerment program with so many people attending from different parts of the country.

The program themed 'Winning with Innovative Thinking was a great one, I personally attended the programme and was positively impacted. There was sharing of 14 tips on Innovative Thinking, Question and Answer Sessions- Yeah I did asked a question too and photo sessions, I was privileged to also have a shot with Pastor Sam Adeyemi at the event


Emmanuel AYENI

Life Coach, Engineer and Entrepreneur

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Life-Transforming Resources

Life-Transforming Resources
Often times, I am asked by friends or clients on the next great book to read, as this may vary based on who asks or where he might be coming from at the point in time, below I share a list of life transforming resources many of which I have read and a lot of which I still need to read. You can lay your hands on any of them and read...

The Slight Edge, Jeff Olson
The Happiness Advantage, Shawn Achor As a Man  Thinketh, James Allen Multiple Streams of Income, Robert G. Allen Smart  Women Finish Rich, David Bach The Automatic Millionaire, David Bach Start Late, Finish Rich, David Bach Start Over, Finish Rich, David Bach Debt Free For Life, David Bach
The One Minute Manager, Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson Mach II with Your Hair on Fire, Richard B. Brooke
The Aladdin Factor, Jack Caneld and Mark Victor Hansen
Dare to  Win, Jack Caneld and Mark Victor Hansen
How to  Win Friends and Influence People, Dale Carnegie
Acres of Diamonds, Russell H. Conwell
The Richest Man in Babylon, George S. Clason
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen R. Covey The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness, Stephen R. Covey Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell
The Compound Effect, Darren Hardy  Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill Delivering Happiness,  Tony Hsieh Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert T. Kiyosaki and Sharon L. Lechter
Cashow Quadrant: Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom,  Robert T.  Kiyosaki and Sharon L. Lechter Conversations with Millionaires, Mike Litman, Jason Oman, et al.
The Greatest Salesman in the  World, Og Mandino
The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, John C. Maxwell
Failing Forward, John C. Maxwell The Power of Positive  Thinking, Norman Vincent Peale
You Can If You  Think You Can, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale
You  Were Born Rich, Bob Proctor Leadership Secrets of Attila the Hun, Wess Roberts Cultivating an Unshakable Character, Jim Rohn Seven Strategies for  Wealth and Happiness, Jim Rohn The Art of Exceptional Living, Jim Rohn
The Challenge to Succeed, Jim Rohn The Five Major Pieces to the Life Puzzle, Jim Rohn
The Seasons of Life,  Jim Rohn
The Happiness Project, Gretchen Rubin
True Leadership, Jan Ruhe, Art Burleigh, et al.
The Magic of  Thinking Big, David Schwartz
Little  Things Matter,  Todd Smith The Millionaire Next Door, Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko
21 Success Secrets of Self-Made Millionaires, Brian  Tracy
The Science of Getting Rich, Wallace D. Wattles
All  You Can Is All You Can Do, But All You Can Do Is Enough, Art Williams
Breaking the Rules, Kurt Wright SUCCESS  magazine SUCCESS for  Teens,  by the Editors of the SUCCESS Foundation
The Message Bible, Lionel Peterson.
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To your Success,

Emmanuel Ayeni

Life coach, Engineer and Entrepreneur

Wednesday, July 1, 2015


It's a great day!
As we begin the second half of the wonderful year 2015, I welcome you to a brand new day and an amazingly new month, may it be replete with all great things you ever imagined.
This is where the rubber hits the road, the place where we need to inject more energy, passion and action into our goals in every sphere of our lives. The key to a great year is a great month and the key to a great month is  living a great day.
If you are not satisfied with your results so far, change your strategy.

Put up an attitude of gratitude and make it happen because everything is about to change once we start the change NOW.
Pay more attention to your health, surround yourself with people who inspire you to be the best; Always seek to see and create opportunities; Ask when you need to;
Learn! Work! Relax! Love! Volunteer! Be grateful and hopeful in all and keep moving on! I wish you a happy new month and an amazing second half of the year.

I celebrate you,
Emmanuel Ayeni
Life coach, Engineer and Entrepreneur