I’ve finally become an international speaker and author. This is me speaking at New Jersey, Mama!
Yesterday, around 10PM Nigerian time, I travelled by the speed of light through Skype to speak to students (and Professors) of Warren County Community College of New Jersey, USA.
The event is sponsored by the EOF – Education Opportunity Fund.
As an effective public speaker, I knew I had to be identified with them in one way or the other especially at the start of my speech.
I told them how I am in love with New Jersey and would love to visit one day…
I told them that there is a great scientist that started his works right there in New Jersey — he invented phonograph and lightbulb among several others.
What is his name?
His name is Thomas Edison.
He’s considered one of the greatest scientists in America and all over the world.
This scientist failed many times but never gave up.
He did things differently until he could achieve his desired result.
I then shared my own story with them. Of course, you know my story.
If you have my book, you will know better.
At the end of my talk, they gave me resounding applause 👏.
Thanks to ToluBooks, my publisher, for the opportunity. If you have a book to publish, contact him ASAP.
I was surprised when he told me copies of my book were bought and distributed to the students and they want more.
I’ve submitted the book to Amazon and it’s under review. It means, you can get the book in any part of the world when it’s published there. Amazon will do the delivery.
Thank you for all your good wishes.