Dayo Samuel

Teacher-Trainer. Systems Thinker. Dayo Samuel is a born teacher-trainer; an Industrial Designer turned online platform authority. Fondly called ‘the grandfather of podcasting in Nigeria,’ Dayo is the award-winning host of the popular business and marketing podcast, Audacity2Lead, and the host of the Break the Frame coaching podcast. He has internet marketing related experiences covering lead acquisition, edu-marketing and platform building. He has a passion for knowledge sharing, with a growing interest in Neuroscience, business growth automation and personal branding. Having become a Certified Life Coach from the American Union of NLP, and a practitioner of NeuroLinguistic Programming, Conversational Hypnosis, Behavioral Psychology and Family Systems Engineering, Dayo is a man of many parts. He is the Lead Consultant at Audacity2Lead Media, and runs a personal leadership cum edu-marketing platform called Audacity2Lead.com with the goal of helping entrepreneurial leaders magnetize, mesmerize and monetize their message and audience online. Dayo’s popular Audacity2Lead has been ranked as Top 3 on iTunes New & Noteworthy for 2 of its categories. He is a featured guest podcaster and contributor to a lot of online media, among which is HowToDream, Dreamers Podcast, Read to Lead Podcast, Fruitful Ujah, Brand You Podcast among others, and has been featured in traditional media such as CoreTV News, Radio Continental, and Vanguard Newspapers. In his over 7 years of internet marketing, he has worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs, coaches, consultants, speakers, authors and small business owners to help them launch platforms and products that have sold millions in revenue. In 2015, he founded the Nigeria Podcast Network to help entrepreneurs magnetize, mesmerize and monetize their message and audience through podcasts.

Let’s talk about overcoming fears you have around love, marriage, and family. Let’s start with a quick question: Do you battle with uncertainty and nervousness that you’re not with the “right” partner – that you’re “settling” and there’s somebody “better” for you out there? Do you worry that you don’t love your partner enough, that […]

Here at Audacity2Lead, every year, we take some time to reassess everything we experienced in the previous year. Last Sunday, we had a team meeting, and from that meeting we recounted several of the things we enjoyed in 2018. Some of them included: Launching of my book, Limitless Courage And Confidence: Evidence-based Strategies for Overcoming Fear and Living Free from Anxiety. Hosting the podcasting panel session at

A sex therapist recently asked me about how I would resolve “performance anxiety in sex,” and I replied, “I would ask questions, and run assessments before anything else.” He told me almost immediately that I don’t know anything. I replied, “Thank you. What were you expecting to hear or read from me?” He said again,

Fear of God or spiritual fear? Which of these do you already know are influencing you? Let’s find out. One day, sometimes last year, I saw a video, in which the narrator made a statement that has stuck with me till today. He said, “Fear is the oil that keeps the wheel of religion spinning.”

How fear works in the brain is still mystery to many. Your brain is an extremely complex organ that has so many things happening in that it’s hard to completely comprehend, but what happens in your brain when you get scared? Uniquely designed by God, our brain is the first place fear is triggered in our

Okay… Seriously, why did you decide to start a podcast in the first place? Was it because you wanted to feel good about what others would say you? Was it because someone was doing it, and you ought to be podcasting too? Was it because you didn’t have another way to reach more people since

Sometime ago, I learned a few hacks from Keith Griffis about how to cue your mental state into productivity. Since then it has helped me in my journey. I came across it recently and thought it will be helpful to you.   Your brain is an amazing tool. It is so in tune with what

According to Greek history, the word “arete” is “excellence of any kind.” As a podcaster, it will interest you to know how to live with arete as you do what you’re set out to do. Arete (Greek: ἀρετή), in its basic sense, means “excellence of any kind”.[1] The term may also mean “moral virtue”.[1] In its earliest appearance in Greek, this

Segun Akiode is a member of the Nigeria Podcast Network, one of those few people we started the journey of podcasting together even before I published my first episode. He is the author of Corporate Misfit, which was recently reviewed by Connect Nigeria. Interestingly, now he talks about getting a job, and helping organizations take

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