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Adeolu Timothy

Adeolu Timothy

Product • Data • Business

Sic Parvis Magna!

Egolistic perfectionist

The ego of wanting to seem perfect in front of people will hold you back from your greatness.

You could fail in an idea, it doesn’t mean you are a failure.
Your business can fail, it doesn’t make you a failure.

Release that ego of looking perfect in front of people, give yourself the permission to fail.

The purpose of testing is to see what fails, what works and then make your tweaks appropriately.

Give yourself permission to fail!

~~ Pope


Invest so much in yourself, make your brain your biggest asset.
The way to drive up your revenue and earning capacity is by having high valued (paying) skills.


Stop putting limits on yourself.
Life is short!

Sweet pain

When you come in contact with newer information.
It will create a conflict with the existing information you know.
Instead of facing the conflicts, weighing the two details and choosing the better one, most folks run away and stick to what they are used to.
This denies then the necessary growth to scale to the next phase.

Pain can be good.
Pain says your body is still working.
Excellence is painful.
The process is going to be painful.

But that’s what gets you the big chunk of the pie.



Tomalo como viene (Spanish)

Take each obstacle in life as it comes, facing them head-on, one by one.

Keep your focus on the present moment, on the task at hand.
Just like walking, take it one step at a time, placing one foot in front of the other.

Gradually pick up your pace, but resist the urge to rush ahead or skip steps.

Trying to leapfrog over challenges only leads to instability and inefficiency.

Embrace the rhythm of progress, trusting that each step forward brings you closer to your goals.

Focus on the next step.
One foot after the other.


Don’t place a limit on it

Don’t limit yourself by what you don’t have.
Enhance your journey by using the most of what is available.
Trust God to make what you have in your hand to be sufficient for what you want.
What can you do, despite?



Young man,
Stay your course!

There’s light at the end of the tunnel you’re digging!


Internal Crack

Many of us are driven by wounds from our past that we haven’t healed from.
Our unresolved past wounds drive us.

Most of your decisions are based on trying to prove someone wrong.

Trying to prove your parents wrong.
Trying to prove that you can be somebody.

This pursuit often leads to a life filled with stress, forming internal fractures.

Take time and deal with the internal crack!


Something to trust

You can’t connect the dots looking forward;
you can only connect them by looking backward.

So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future.
You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever.
This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.
– Pope

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