Friday, 9 June 2017

Repositioning Yourself for Success - Pelumi Obisesan (Founder, Teens Going for Gold Network))

Repositioning Yourself for Success - Pelumi Obisesan  (Founder, Teens Going for Gold Network))


How would you feel when your mother say to you, "I never prayed for a child like you." This was the reality of our guest today at some point in her life.

Today's episode of Lead Your Life Series features the brief story of how Pelumi Obisesan went from being an all-round failure as a teenager to the point where she discovers the way to succeed. Today, she is helping teenagers move from mediocrity to excellence.

Lead Your Life Series, is a special edition of Lead Your Life Podcast. We share real life experiences of how personal struggles and seeming setbacks were turned into phenomenal stories of hope and grace.

About Pelumi Obisesan

 Pelumi Obisesan  (Founder, Teens Going for Gold Network))

Pelumi Obisesan is a civic leader that inspires, educates and empowers teenagers on their path to self-discovery, encouraging them to live more purposeful lives.

She is the Founder of Teens Going for Gold Network and convener of Project Inspire and Editor-in-Chief of the TeenAchiever bulletin. In her own words, "my passion is to see young persons especially teenagers excel in their chosen fields."

A graduate of International Studies and Diplomacy from the University of Benin, Nigeria, Pelumi is also passionate about the peace and development of the African Continent.

She is currently a recipient of ECOWAS Nnamdi Azikiwe Mobility Scholarship at Cheik Anta Diop University where she is studying for her Masters degree.

Pelumi would be telling us about her struggles, What were her redefining moments, the two most important steps she took differently, what were the aftermath, and what lessons she would like you to take away from her story.

Enjoy!

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