Joseph Iregbu

Purpose Guy

Really, We Have No Room For Bullies

When I left home aged 12, I moved to Lagos, the biggest commercial city in Nigeria. I was young and had no clue what I was getting myself into. It was my first time leaving home and I felt like a fish out of water. The chaotic scenes at the […]

Leaders, Are You Solving or Creating Problems?

Last week, I was in conversation with my 9-year old daughter about recent national events in the UK when she popped a question about ‘partygate‘ scandal at Downing Street. Her remark left me speechless. It went along these lines: “Dad, if Boris Johnson broke his OWN lockdown rules and had […]

OK to Dream Big But Better to Start Small

The arrival of new years typical bring renewed sense of realism that all we desire in life are within reach. New years bring new expectations, which is very refreshing. I congratulate you for ‘sticking with it’ in 2021 and emerging with renewed hopes for 2022. It’s a new year; dare […]

A Case Against Spiritual ‘Fatherism’

Recently, I wrote about three enemies of your purpose you must avoid. First is the average mindset within. Second is your comfort zone. Third are the naysayers around to contend with. We are often too quick to look outside of ourselves to blame others for our failures. But I believe […]

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