Discover It Early

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In ‘DISCOVER IT EARLY’, Courage Idahor distils self-discovery down to its essential components and emphasizes the importance of early discovery. He gives a practical guide to self-discovery and maximising full potentials.

This book underscores some tips to developing and maintaining a winning attitude, innovation curve, self-management not time management, walking the labyrinth, learning the art of journaling, personal retreat, young leaders interviews, recognising and maximising opportunities…

He also shares some opportunity websites where persons can get opportunities to develop themselves.

This book is highly inspirational. You will be encouraged, provoked and stimulated to begin your journey of self-discovery as you read this book. This book charges the reader to be intentional about life and not leave anything to chance. This book is indeed loaded with great values and it is intended to cause a tremendous impact in the lives of readers.

This book is highly recommended for all young persons and those who are zealous to live life to the fullest with utmost fulfilment.

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Courage O. Idahor is a 5th year medical student who is passionate about causing a unprecedented impact in his generation and world. A change catalyst whose goal is to make a definite change and impact in the world through active youth development. He is a scholar per excellence with brilliant academic records.

He is a social entrepreneur, public speaker, personal development coach, blogger, compassionate healthcare advocate and a healthcare technologist.

He has represented Nigeria in several international conferences; USA, Rwanda, Benin Republic.

He is the CEO of Dream Alive Initiative aimed at inspiring young persons to discover purpose and harness their full potentials; making them change agents in their world.