Joseph Iregbu

Purpose Guy

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 […]

Risk is Right: Don’t Waste Your Life

If you’re a regular on my blog, you would be familiar with this post. But I’m reposting it this week for me. The encouragements here speak directly to me right now as I navigate key decisions with my family. Years ago after a major career move, a colleague was intrigued […]

Breaking the FEAR Barrier

In 2011, I came home one evening from work and asked my wife how she felt about the prospect of moving to Germany. She didn’t take me serious. “You’re joking, right?”, was her response. Few weeks later, my ‘joke’ was no longer funny. I had an offer too good to […]

Becoming Single-Minded

Growing up, I wanted to be a medical doctor. It wasn’t so much about the prestige but the opportunity to solve real health issues and make people well truly fascinated me. Today, I’m not a doctor. The death of that dream wasn’t helped by my real experience in a hospital […]

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