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Adebayo Adeleke and Kenneth Olakunle Soriyan speak on the culture of perfection and effects on this generation on the seventh episode of Unfettered podcast.

The best of human ideas; merchant banking, commerce, internet, and social media were not hewn out of perfection. In the excellence of these ideas, a loophole must exist. This loophole is the guarantee of improvement for those coming after.

(PRUnderground) July 24th, 2020

In the seventh episode of the Unfettered Podcast, Adebayo Adeleke and Kenneth Olakunle Soriyan speak on the culture of perfection and effects on this generation on the seventh episode of Unfettered podcast.

Soriyan, who is a life and business strategist, emphasizes the need for us to embrace our imperfections and still achieve greatness. In his own words, ‘the best of human ideas; merchant banking, commerce, internet, and social media were not hewn out of perfection. In the excellence of these ideas, a loophole must exist. This loophole is the guarantee of improvement for those coming after.’

Aptly themed ‘The greatness in our imperfections’, the seventh episode of the podcast reveals your difference as your critical success factor, and how to embrace it. Adebayo and Olakunle also delve into the perfection myth in the church and how believers must begin to become more relatable and melt the prejudice of religion.

According to Adebayo, the host, this episode is crucial because this generation needs to accept her imperfection and still achieve greatness.

For more information about the podcast, visit www.unfetteredpodcast.com. The episode is available on Apple MusicGoogle PodcastsCastbox, and Podotron.

 

About Adebayo Adeleke

Adebayo Adeleke is a dynamic thought leader with global insights on a broad array of issues.  He is an entrepreneur, and retired U.S Army Major. He is the Managing Partner at Pantote Solutions LLC (Dallas, TX), a Principal Partner, and Senior Supply Chain Consultant for Epot Consulting Limited and a Lecturer in Supply Chain Management at Sam Houston State University.

His unwavering desire to professionally mentor, and guide African immigrants led him to start the Rising Leadership Foundation, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that seeks to transform governance, and leadership using technology and mentoring in the Inner cities of Texas, African Immigrant communities and the continent of Africa.

For more information about Adebayo Adeleke and all his projects, kindly visit www.adebayoadeleke.com/

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