Emeka Nobis

Emeka NOBIS simply helps you do what you love and love what you do as well as earn by doing so. As a Life Strategist, he helps individuals discover the unique array of gifts within and how to use them to live a life filled with purpose. He sits atop Profound Impacts International as the Lead Strategist, a company he founded with a mission to nurture minds for impacts. The company is fostered on five pedestals - mind dynamics, business, relationships, career and sprituality. As a writer and author, he has written THE PROFOUND LIFE: Principles and Strategies for Living a Life of Impacts. Follow him on twitter for life changing tweets. Add him on BB 2A15C52B

The Indeterminable Nature Of Life

The Indeterminable Nature Of Life

Life is filled with indeterminables. As a tot you saw things through the infantile lenses of innocence. It’s not everyone…

God Gave Us Different Charms

God Gave Us Different Charms

When I gained admission to study Mechanical Engineering at Federal University of Technology, Owerri, life was hard. We had just…

THE MIRACULOUS THERAPY OF SHARING OUR STORIES

THE MIRACULOUS THERAPY OF SHARING OUR STORIES

Every one of us has a story. Even a day old kid has one, as told by its mother. Its…

The Dog That Trots About Finds A Bone : Oddity Is Creativity

The Dog That Trots About Finds A Bone : Oddity Is Creativity

It’s possible to wow your audience and your world in a way that is volcanic. It may not be done…

If You Can Flush A Toilet, You’re Creative – Part  2

If You Can Flush A Toilet, You’re Creative – Part 2

Creativity . Ah! First flash of appeal. Then you think: it’s a word reserved for the geniuses like the Einsteins…

If You Can Flush A Toilet, You’re Creative Part 1

If You Can Flush A Toilet, You’re Creative Part 1

You know that kind of situation when you really need to eat heavy at night despite doctor’s orders to eat…

Every Nigerian Is A Good Manager – Part 2

Every Nigerian Is A Good Manager – Part 2

By my calculation he was a man in his sixties. I fought the anger welling in me to bring down…

Every Nigerian Is A Good Manager – Part 1

Every Nigerian Is A Good Manager – Part 1

I had gone to buy a GSM phone at a popular supermarket in Port Harcourt. As I made my way…

What The Heck About Skin Colour Part 2

What The Heck About Skin Colour Part 2

Once in a coffee bar with an Italian lady friend of mine, I had ordered coffee just like she did….

What The Heck About Skin Colour Part 1

What The Heck About Skin Colour Part 1

Like children sired in the same dark womb, Nigerians raised their voices in emotive sympathy towards the ‘free walk’ of…