37 Business Thoughts, a compilation of detailed, deep and thought provoking business and life statements, written to intensify the business focus of the reader. This book is so relevant that it provokes positive reactions from the small business person up to the managers of billion pound funds.
What, is so brilliant about this compilation, is its usage of Emotional Intelligence and Influence. This subtle combination sensitises the reader and awakens their personal awareness of their position in the journey of life. Without any force, it then leaves the power of choice in the reader’s hands to take action! An act of Mastery!
A gifted communicator, and business leader the author Sam Onigbanjo has proven himself to be a gift to this generation with this masterpiece, titled 37 Business Thoughts. We are optimistic this book will be a permanent companion for every serious business leader and anyone aspiring to be a business leader.
To attend the book launch or for more Information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, The guest list to attend this book launch is still open for Monday the 4th of May 2014 at ESQ Bar , 817 Old kent road London.
About the Author:
Sam is an experienced Business Leader and Management consultant with over 18 years commercial experience in marketing and business development. In addition, Sam is an excellent communicator and sales strategist.
Sam is also the Founder of the GBP Business Club, a Global business club designed to connect Africans in the business. www.greatbusinessplatforms.com
As well as Women4Africa, www.women4africa.com one of the largest Awards ceremonies for African women, held in London Annually.
In 2014 Sam was recognised as one of the one hundred most Influential Nigerians in the UK at the Nigerian Centenary Awards, presided over and signed by the Nigerian High Commissioner to the UK ,His Excellency Dr Dalhatu Tafida and Mark Simmonds MP, and Minister for Africa.
In March 2015, Sam Onigbanjo was also recognised as one of the one hundred most Influential Africans in the UK, at the House of Commons, at the African Achievers Awards. Hosted by Rt.Hon Sir Gerald Kaufman, MP for Manchester.
He is also, the author of 37 Business Thoughts, a business book that is currently buzzing in the “Entrepreneur circuit.”