Folahanmi Aina is a PhD student in leadership studies with reference to security and development at King’s College London. Folahanmi earned an MSc in Africa studies from University of Oxford and an MA in development studies from Seoul National University. His research interests include international relations, public administration, development economics, security policy, peace and conflict studies, and international development.
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I have had people ask me what ‘deep work’ means. If you already haven’t developed a habit of reading I encourage you to start soonest. A good place to begin is with ‘Deep Work’ by Carl Newport. No doubt one of the BEST books in my collection. Remember you are what you feed on! – source
Fola AinaDec 15, 2020
@JamesClear BEST book on personal development out there! – source
Fola AinaOct 16, 2020
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What are the odds? Statistics tell us that African American males who grow up in a single-parent household are nine times more likely to drop out of high school and twenty times more likely to end up in prison than any other demographic. But what would it take for one young man not only to rise above those statistics but also become a Navy SEAL, ac...
‘Transformed’ by @RemiAdeleke former U.S Navy Seal. Still the BEST book I’ve read in recent times. Thank you brother. – source
Fola AinaJun 20, 2020
If you are young and serious about learning very practical steps on how to take charge of your finances then you must read; ‘Everyday Millionaires’ by Chris Hogan. Paying attention to the treasure chest of knowledge embedded in this book will cause a shift in your thinking. – source
Fola AinaJan 05, 2020
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Part vocational pep rally, part how-to book, What Makes the Great Great elaborates on the inspiring message bestselling author Dennis Kimbro put forth in his first book Think and Grow Rich--A Black Choice. In What Makes the Great Great, the author explores the strategies and thought processes of successful African-Americans. Through dozens of inter...
Very often I get asked "could you please recommend ONE book on personal development". My response has always remained the same: Read 'What Makes The Great Great' by Dennis Kimbro. Thats a good start. That book literally transformed my life. Best wishes. – source
Fola AinaDec 15, 2019