Hosted by Dayo Samuel, founder of the Nigeria Podcast Network, #Audacity2Lead is dedicated to helping emerging thought leaders get focused, get started and be impactful with their message. In very educative conversations and interviews you will discover tips, steps and strategies to help you chart a compelling course for your life, business and leadership. Topics include coaching, consulting, personal branding, platform building, personal leadership, calling, life tasks, and everything you need to know to lead with more influence.

Being able to single out your own leadership style is the key to high impact. As you go on building a platform for your leadership, you’ll express yourself in the most congruent way, it is very important you discover and develop your unique leadership style. Gary Wills, in his book, A Certain Trumpet said, “Certain leaders […]

Whatever platform you build is to fill a need a market has. It becomes a niche over time. Being able to design the solution for that niche helps you to stand out. In this episode of #Audacity2Lead, you will learn what it means to design a solution people want as you build your platform. When I talk about


Who belongs in your tribe? Okay, what even makes a tribe? How do you know you have a tribe around your leadership? On this episode of #Audacity2Lead, I talk about what happens as you get on stage and start sharing your story and message with the world – you attract people who eventually become your tribe

The audience you build around your platform is dependent on the kind of stories you share/tell. “I had everything. I was on top of the world. I had this fantastic relationship. Life was great. Then I lost everything including the relationship. I was heartbroken, discouraged, and in despair. I had to figure my way out

If you have to be heard, you have to be seen.  Same way, if you have to lead, you have to lead from somewhere. Whatever you choose becomes your platform. But before you choose, what determines the platform you get on? Today, on this episode of #Audacity2Lead, I walk you through the simple 5 steps

Edu-preneurship is how you turn the ideas in your head into something people will pay you for. Several people are practically clueless how to go about that. Our expert guest on this episode is Sarah Cordiner, whose purpose in life is to plague the world with change-makers, impact-creators and educators. This is to enable entrepreneurs

What do you do when you’re in-between vision and fulfilment? Everybody pursues something, right? Today, I share with you 5 things to do while you wait between your calling, leadership and fulfilment. [Tweet “What do you do when you’re in-between vision and fulfilment? Here’s what to do while you wait”] ON THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL

This is a SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY EPISODE recorded on a teleseminar where I taught a simple 5 Step Luminary Platform Map that helps you take an idea, a passion, a message, take a business online, build your authority, multiply your influence, and generate income. It took place on Thursday June 18th, 2015. As requested by listeners,

  Find what you like, sell it. Find what is selling, sell more of it. Which do you prefer? This episode of #Audacity2Lead was inspired by these 2 ideas about product sales, when after speaking with Mayowa Ajisafe, I posted it on my timeline on Facebook and BBM. The question generated a couple of responses,

Every content you create is an experience you’re giving to that person interacting with you. The more deliberate you are with your content, the better the experience you produce. In this episode of the #Audacity2Lead podcast, I walk you through the 6 steps to take when creating content that gets results.     If you have

If you haven’t yet started your coaching business, this episode will give you an insider’s secret that very few beginners know. If you have started, Marc will show you how podcasting helped him grow his coaching business. That’s not. You will learn even more… In this episode of #Audacity2Lead, I discuss with Marc Mawhinney, host

  “We don’t follow writing and abandon other passions we have, because if you have to write, you have to write about something.” This week’s episode features a great guest, A.C. Fuller who has been teaching writing for over fifteen years. A former adjunct professor of journalism at NYU, his work has been featured in the

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