STORY STORY

STORY STORY

Story Story…? *insert your response here* If you’re African, better yet, Nigerian enough, you’d get the right answer. lol *** I met Kola online a while ago.  To be honest I’m not sure if its up to years now, but it feels like we’ve known each other forever (in my head). We met online and … Continue reading »

Beta Motivation: Dudunorth interviews Kola Olaosebikan

Kola is a Speaker, Blogger and Orphan Advocate.  In her interview with Dudunorth, she discusses her background and what led her to becoming a full-time Speaker, Blogger and Orphan Advocate.  Kola is evidently passionate about what she does and is unafraid to fail or fall.  She is opinionated, focussed and determined to make a difference. … Continue reading »

New Year Resolution??

New Year Resolution??

First off if you missed out on my Journey to Greatness series last year, please take a minute to read through the posts, under the playground tab.   Every year people make new years’ resolutions, which is all nice an dandy.  If you’ve got one started already, that’s great.  I for one have sucked woefully at … Continue reading »

Discipline

Discipline

Who better to discuss discipline than a fitness blogger? If you happen to come across my post, “Playful Procrastination” you must have noticed how much I suck at all things fitness.  I have successfully been able to discipline myself with various interests and concerns but when it comes to fitness, I have no discipline whatsoever. However, … Continue reading »

No Number Watching!

Am I A Man? – F.Taiwo

‘Am I a Man’ is an impressive piece by Funmi Taiwo, where he talks about the true essence of a man, using well-thought out metaphors to describe articulately, ‘a man’.  Lines like, “Man develops from a boy but not every boy develops into a boy” are reasons why this video is worth sharing over and … Continue reading »

Warming UP!

Hi, Welcome to DUDUnorth. A wise man once said, “a successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him”. This man made sense. Recently many Nigerians are gaining ground, because regardless of the number of, “my guy, this won’t work….forget am” that they may hear, they’re … Continue reading »