Wednesday, 25 December 2013

AdepSol Consult Ltd; open for business


AdepSol Consult® is an independent company that specializes in delivering professional service to the public by a team of young and energetic people who are dedicated to preserve and enhance the company’s reputation for excellence.
Our core areas of expertise include;

·         General Consultancy
·         IT Services and
·         Business Solutions.

A client oriented establishment that is imbued with professional conduct and integrity. Our technical ‘know how’ can make the difference between excellence and second-rater.

AdepSol Consult® prides itself as being available to our client 24 hours and 7 days a week, and aim to work towards the best interest of our client.

Finally, our motivating and enduring statement of purpose is;

“Success Through Client Satisfaction”.


AdepSol Consult® will become a leading international consulting firm with excellence in professional service delivery.

Our mission externally is to provide unmatchable solutions to the various needs of our clients by combining innovations and best practices. Thus, creates a long-term relationship and understanding.Our mission internally is to nurture a culture of excellence in which personnel’s are rewarded by their work and initiative.

The various services that we render are grouped under 3 core areas – General Consultancy, IT Services and Business Solutions.

·         General Consultancy
Business Management Consultancy, Business Plan, Travel Consultancy which includes study and visiting visas to various countries, Man power training, Agency and Investment Advice, Accounting solutions, Outsourcing agent, Oil and gas, Financial Services e.t.c

·         IT Services
Software Development, Web Designing, Personal Computer Software Installation, Data analysis and Mining, Database Solutions, ICT Consulting, Computer Training e.t.c

·         Business Solutions
Sales & Marketing, Project Management, Import and Export, Graphic Design, Typing & Printing, Photocopying, Scanning, Laminating, Binding, General Merchants, Event/Seminar/Workshop organizer, Diversity Visa Lottery Application e.t.c.

Tuesday, 10 December 2013

15 Things You Should Give Up To Be Happy

Here is a list of 15 things which, if you give up on them, will make your life a lot easier and much, much happier. We hold on to so many things that cause us a great deal of pain, stress and suffering – and instead of letting them all go, instead of allowing ourselves to be stress free and happy – we cling on to them. Not anymore. Starting today we will give up on all those things that no longer serve us, and we will embrace change. Ready? Here we go:

1. Give up your need to always be right. There are so many of us who can’t stand the idea of being wrong – wanting to always be right – even at the risk of ending great relationships or causing a great deal of stress and pain, for us and for others. It’s just not worth it. Whenever you feel the ‘urgent’ need to jump into a fight over who is right and who is wrong, ask yourself this question: “Would I rather be right, or would I rather be kind?”Wayne Dyer. What difference will that make? Is your ego really that big?

2. Give up your need for control. Be willing to give up your need to always control everything that happens to you and around you – situations, events, people, etc. Whether they are loved ones, coworkers, or just strangers you meet on the street – just allow them to be. Allow everything and everyone to be just as they are and you will see how much better will that make you feel.

“By letting it go it all gets done. The world is won by those who let it go. But when you try and try. The world is beyond winning.” Lao Tzu

3. Give up on blame. Give up on your need to blame others for what you have or don’t have, for what you feel or don’t feel. Stop giving your powers away and start taking responsibility for your life.

4. Give up your self-defeating self-talk. Oh my. How many people are hurting themselves because of their negative, polluted and repetitive self-defeating mindset? Don’t believe everything that your mind is telling you – especially if it’s negative and self-defeating. You are better than that.

“The mind is a superb instrument if used rightly. Used wrongly, however, it becomes very destructive.” Eckhart Tolle

5. Give up your limiting beliefs about what you can or cannot do, about what is possible or impossible. From now on, you are no longer going to allow your limiting beliefs to keep you stuck in the wrong place. Spread your wings and fly!

“A belief is not an idea held by the mind, it is an idea that holds the mind” Elly Roselle

6. Give up complaining. Give up your constant need to complain about those many, many, maaany things – people, situations, events that make you unhappy, sad and depressed. Nobody can make you unhappy, no situation can make you sad or miserable unless you allow it to. It’s not the situation that triggers those feelings in you, but how you choose to look at it. Never underestimate the power of positive thinking.

7. Give up the luxury of criticism. Give up your need to criticize things, events or people that are different than you. We are all different, yet we are all the same. We all want to be happy, we all want to love and be loved and we all want to be understood. We all want something, and something is wished by us all.

8. Give up your need to impress others. Stop trying so hard to be something that you’re not just to make others like you. It doesn’t work this way. The moment you stop trying so hard to be something that you’re not, the moment you take of all your masks, the moment you accept and embrace the real you, you will find people will be drawn to you, effortlessly.

9. Give up your resistance to change. Change is good. Change will help you move from A to B. Change will help you make improvements in your life and also the lives of those around you. Follow your bliss, embrace change – don’t resist it.
“Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors for you where there were only walls” Joseph Campbell

10. Give up labels. Stop labeling those things, people or events that you don’t understand as being weird or different and try opening your mind, little by little. Minds only work when open. “The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don’t know anything about.” Wayne Dyer

11. Give up on your fears. Fear is just an illusion, it doesn’t exist – you created it. It’s all in your mind. Correct the inside and the outside will fall into place.
“The only thing we have to fear, is fear itself.” Franklin D. Roosevelt

12. Give up your excuses. Send them packing and tell them they’re fired. You no longer need them. A lot of times we limit ourselves because of the many excuses we use. Instead of growing and working on improving ourselves and our lives, we get stuck, lying to ourselves, using all kind of excuses – excuses that 99.9% of the time are not even real.

13. Give up the past. I know, I know. It’s hard. Especially when the past looks so much better than the present and the future looks so frightening, but you have to take into consideration the fact that the present moment is all you have and all you will ever have. The past you are now longing for – the past that you are now dreaming about – was ignored by you when it was present. Stop deluding yourself. Be present in everything you do and enjoy life. After all life is a journey not a destination. Have a clear vision for the future, prepare yourself, but always be present in the now.

14. Give up attachment. This is a concept that, for most of us is so hard to grasp and I have to tell you that it was for me too, (it still is) but it’s not something impossible. You get better and better at with time and practice. The moment you detach yourself from all things, (and that doesn’t mean you give up your love for them – because love and attachment have nothing to do with one another,  attachment comes from a place of fear, while love… well, real love is pure, kind, and self less, where there is love there can’t be fear, and because of that, attachment and love cannot coexist) you become so peaceful, so tolerant, so kind, and so serene. You will get to a place where you will be able to understand all things without even trying. A state beyond words.

15. Give up living your life to other people’s expectations. Way too many people are living a life that is not theirs to live. They live their lives according to what others think is best for them, they live their lives according to what their parents think is best for them, to what their friends, their enemies and their teachers, their government and the media think is best for them. They ignore their inner voice, that inner calling. They are so busy with pleasing everybody, with living up to other people’s expectations, that they lose control over their lives. They forget what makes them happy, what they want, what they need….and eventually they forget about themselves.  You have one life – this one right now – you must live it, own it, and especially don’t let other people’s opinions distract you from your path.

Wednesday, 3 April 2013

AUSTRALIA and NIGERIA, a brief comparison & things to vie.

*Julia Gillard is the prime minister of Australia, 51 years old, a woman, an Atheist, never married and childless.

*Goodluck Jonathan is the president of Nigeria, 55 years old, a man, a Christian, married with two children.

*Australia is a highly developed country and one of the wealthiest; Australia is the world's 12th-largest economy and has the world's fifth-highest per capita income. Australia's military expenditure is the world's 13th-largest. With the second-highest human development index globally, Australia ranks highly in many international comparisons of national performance, such as quality of life, health, education, economic freedom, and the protection of civil liberties and political rights. Life expectancy in Australia is 79.5 years for males and 84.0 years for females.

*Nigeria is a highly religious country, boasting of the biggest church auditoriums in the world and the richest pastors in the world. It is the most populous country in Africa and the seventh most populous country in the world. One out of every four Africans is Nigerian. More than 20% of the world's black population lives in Nigeria. Its oil reserves (from the Niger Delta region) have brought great revenues to the country. Health, health care, and general living conditions in Nigeria are poor. Average life expectancy for both male and female is 47 years.

We Nigerians are fond of crying out our hearts out, we judge situations and circumstances by emotions, we imbue necessities to decisions of national interest. The outcomes of anything don’t really matter to us because we are never the pilot of our own destiny/fate. Guess who's that pilot? The Nigerian God! That God-matter! That slavery syndrome called Religion! It is God that elects leaders mentality!

Who would have ever imagined that Australia, a once prisoners den, can become so great and powerful to attract immigrants from all over the world! And who would have ever imagined that, Australians, popularly called Aussie's, will one day reason logically in unison to elect a leader base on capability rather than gender, religious, ethnicity and parental preference!

Nigerians have had several chances of putting in place a leadership that will transmit the spirit of togetherness and hope into the lives of its citizens. What have we done to those chances? We fluffed it off! We as Nigerians are pretty much concern with where the said leader hails from, his/her religious belief, his/her marital status and parental experience. Our sense of reasoning has been taken away from us, we always get it wrong! We believe so much in a leader who patronize religious houses rather than the one who doesn't care if God is a Christian or Muslim or Hindu. The tribe that our leaders belong to is also of paramount important to us! Who, in Nigeria, would vote for a man or woman who has neither spouse nor children!

We do not know that the position of a country's leadership and management does not constitute one's religious affiliation; neither does it make any provision for a particular tribe or gender to occupy. We fail to eschew that mentality of "when you are married, you are responsible".

If we Nigerians can choose our leaders base on their capability, what they can do and not who they are, our problem is half solved.


Paul Adepoju, ACMI