Fmr. VP Bank of America visits TVC NEWS
TVC E. A well-rounded career woman, Remi Duyile, visited the TVC family today, last day of this leap month, and gave a powerful career speech that will not be forgotten in a hurry by News and Web producers and writers.
Remi Duyile is a platinum motivational speaker and the Founder of Legacy Premier Foundation based in Maryland, USA.
A financial management veteran, she has engineered the growth of several finance and community-related development initiatives.
In her lecture, Dr. Duyile said there is just so much to the virtues for which we all could live. Uncover the story behind her success and get to know the simple woman who has achieved fame, success and recognition.
You too can benefit from the lecture as you read through:
She started by encouraging everyone to appreciate who he is and identify his passion. An easy way of achieving these is by volunteering to take on tasks, preferably what one enjoys.
She said: “You need to embrace your uniqueness, and the principle of ‘passionomics,’ meaning the combination of Passion and Economics.”
”Discover yourself fully and improve your brand. It makes you more indispensable. Learn to go the extra mile either at work or home if you want to grow,” she further said.
Dr. Duyile also encouraged the TVC staff to ignore those she called “haters,” keep their eyes on the ball, learn to celebrate themselves, and never for anyone to assume, or push what he can do to the next person just because it is not his primary assignment. “This makes you vulnerable. Whatever you are doing, you are living a life of significance.” ”Once you take responsibility from your heart, it gives you an inner joy and makes you a better person,” she said.
Dr. Duyile further taught the TVC staff that consistency is a skill a leader should adopt alongside a listening ear, and information should be shared because successful people do not hide information.
According to her, “good leadership does not care who gets the credit.”
Remi Duyile concluded by saying: “In life, do not take your downfall too personal.”
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