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If you have not learnt to tame sleep, you might never get to take victory in the areas of your life where you need them the most. Your bed is not your friend, it is a ‘necessary evil’. Time is the only resource that man has never been able manufacture. There is a purpose for your life and you should find it, because indeed, dreams do come true, but not in your dreams, they do in your conscious moments, in the times when you are awake.

Find people who inspire you and watch them closely, know what you want to achieve, find people who have already done it and watch them closely. The best way to get somewhere is to learn from the ones who have been there.

Identify things and people that don’t help you on your journey and cut them off without blinking twice. Your time is your life, you waste it, you waste you life.

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Tolu Akinyemi

Tolu' Akinyemi was born in Akure, the capital city of Ondo State, Nigeria.

His writings have appeared in a number of notable anthologies such as 'Verses From The Sun', an Association of Nigerian Authors anthology, 'A Way With Words' (2014 & 2016), a Great British Write Off Anthology and other printed and online outlets. His poetry play 'The Big Society'; written for The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, London was performed at The Greenwich-Lewisham Young People's Theatre, London. In 2017, he was named on the 'Nigerian Writers' Awards' list of '100 Most Influential Nigerian Writers under 40' and also won the 'Poetry Writer of the Year' Award. In March 2017 he obtained an 'Exceptional Talent Endorsement' as a writer, from the Arts Council England.

You can find Tolu on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter (@poetolu). He believes in 'The Big Bang Theory' TV Show, Google and Jesus. Tolu currently lives in London, England.

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