Ogechukwu Ezenyimulu-Nwagu: My Top 10 Career Lessons

Ogechukwu Ezenyimulu-NwaguOgechukwu L. Ezenyimulu-Nwagu is the Founder/Chief Executive Officer of Seattle Media & Publishers Ltd and the Director of the Talk Show “Who Wants To Be Employed”. An experienced Media Expert, Film/Content Director, Publisher, HR Practitioner, and seasoned business facilitator whose key competencies are creating, developing, directing all kinds of media box, documentary making, customer astonishment and strategic development. She acquired her first degree B.Sc. in Economic from Madonna University Okija Nigeria and her Masters degree in Human Resource Management from the University of Wales. She also gained first hand training as a Film Director from London Academy Media Film & Television United Kingdom. Ogecukwu Ezenyimulu-Nwagu incorporated Seattle Media & Publishers Ltd in 2006, http://www.smediapublishers.com. Ogechukwu Ezenyimulu-Nwagu is a published author whose books include Stealth of Confidence (2010); she is the Chief Editor of Jasmine Africa and The Human Resource International Magazine (the only Human Resource Magazine in  Africa). Ogechukwu Ezenyimulu-Nwagu is also an experienced conference speaker and facilitator and has been involved in a number of conferences both in Nigeria, Dubai and England, including: Finding your Confidence (WithWorth Entrepreneur) and African Achievers Award etc. Ogecukwu Ezenyimulu-Nwagu feels very enthusiastic about creativity, as she always describes creativity as a “wind chine”.

Top 10 Career Lessons: Ogechukwu Ezenyimulu-Nwagu

# 1 – PASSION: Choose a career you have passion for and for the rest of your life you will never have to work for a day.

# 2 – LACK OF FUND: Do not sit and wait for raised capital before you unleash your skills in the business you wish to develop. Start with the little you have and polish your skill.

# 3 – ACTION: When you store all the ideas in your head, you will die with it. Therefore, it’s not all about thinking but DOING IT!

# 4 – TEAM WORK: Team work pays quicker in knowledge, achievement and good business foundation. Team work takes you far, but when you build your vision alone, a snail will go faster.

# 5 – PERSISTENCE: No business or career is easy to build and manage, but with the spirit of persistence, success is yours.

Who wants to be employed Show# 6 – LEADER/SERVANT: If you want to be a good leader, you must be a servant.

# 7 – COMFORT: Make everyone who is working with you, feel relaxed and make them believe that you feel their pain, hard-work and effort.

# 8 – SATISFACTION: Make sure you enjoy every beat in your career; whether as a CEO or as an employee.

# 9 – FOCUS: The time that you wasted, you will never receive back. However, focus on what you know how to do best and with that you are indirectly giving back to the society.

# 10 – MISTAKE: Learn from your past, trace your steps backward. Pick the pieces and then make corrections and head forward. Never look back again.

 

What was your biggest takeaway today from Ogechukwu Ezenyimulu-Nwagu’s lessons? Which lesson are you most excited to use in your own career? I would appreciate it if you could leave a comment and let me know. If you know anyone who could benefit from this article, make sure you share it. You’ll be helping them out and me too! Thanks!

 

Author: Karin Schroeck-Singh

Karin Schroeck-Singh is a trilingual Career Optimizer at www.Careerheads.com. She has an MBA from the University of Leicester (UK) and gained 20 years of international work experience in various industries in Italy, the UK and India. Her passion lies in creating multilingual, high-quality content in career matters, giving highly engaging public speeches and helping job seekers to optimize their career by providing professional coaching. She is the author of several ebooks, among them “44 Tips for a successful Video Interview” (http://careerheads.com/product/ebook-44-tips-for-a-successful-video-interview/). She has written several career and business articles for international HR and Marketing companies. Her favourite motto is “Learn from anyone, anywhere, anytime!” Follow her on Twitter @CareerHeads.

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