How Kayode Made ED at Goldman Sachs at Just 29 Years of Age....

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Monday, December 01, 2014 4.40 PM / Martin Udogie



Getting into Goldman Sachs, the world’s most powerful investment bank, can be HARD. Surviving, and making a career there is often BRUTAL. So how did Kayode, a Nigerian, become an Executive Director in the Bank at just 29 years of age?


Well, he credits reading.


Click on the attached to read what Kayode and others, including Mrs. Omobola Johnson, Hon Minister of Communication Technology, Reuben Abati, PhD, Presidential Spokesman, and so on have to say about my book, How To READ MORE.


The attached also contains pictorial evidence of individuals and organisations that are championing the reading culture, from KPMG to Dangote, etc.  


The unspoken truth is that in a competitive environment, reading is a “zero-sum” game. The person who reads retains a superior advantage over those who do not. Similarly, organisations populated by those who read and seek knowledge, outperform those that do not.


See attached for details of a Flexible 3-Hour Book Presentation / Discussion, based on How To READ MORE, to help create the reading spark in your workforce.


For further details contact:


Martin Udogie



Author of How To READ MORE

CEO BrainPower Limited

Training. Consulting. Analyst. Media


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