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Our Team Lead

I am Oluwatobiloba Oshunbiyi, the Lead partner at Covenant of Life. I am an Instructor, Equipper, Kingdompreneur and Life Coach.

I am the Team Lead at Covenant of life and was a Specialist to the South African Tourism before my call into full time ministry.

My journey began as a young boy with a lot of prophetic verdicts, visions of God and dreams with God. Confused with encounters, I started as a leader of a small youth group in Nigeria where I learned that leadership actually starts with Personal Development and influencing others.

It is not an easy road but its been fulfilling!

Do you have an unstoppable desire to make a difference in the lives of people?
Unsure of where to start??
That's a snapshot of where I was 10 years ago!!

You see, my mission in life is growing and equipping others to do remarkable things and lead significant and fulfilled lives. And my vision is to transform your SELF (Spiritual, Emotional, Leadership, Financial). 

There's no greater mission for me.
There's no higher goal than to help you realize your significance and potential. 

That's why I've dedicated my life to what I believe to do best: Teach, Equip and Impart!

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Let's read it all together; the inspirations that came out through the meditation and necessity of my assignment, the blood of my pen and a couple of sleepless nights.
Love you, Enjoy!!

PRINCIPLES FOR 2017!

I am currently on as a streak of principles to educate and inform you on how you to command increment this year with just one requirement from you - breakthrough. Read more:

Principle I - Call it Quit!

Principle II - Identify your Friend

Principle III - Break your Rust

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TEL (EMOTIONAL) SERIES:

The People in your Life!

January's Edition

February's Edition

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FINANCIAL SERIES:

Excellence or Money?

Here is my series on Lasting success:

Lasting Success 1

Lasting Success 2

Lasting Success 3


MY SWOT Series called Spiri-financial analysis:

Introduction

Strength

Weaknesses

Opportunities

How to Identify your Opportunities

How to Define your Opportunities

Threats

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THE MEAL FOR EVERY DEAL

Introduction

Monitoring

Evaluation

Accountability 

Learning

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THE SERIES: WHAT IS IN YOUR HANDS?

What is in your hands?

Nothing in my hands!

Little in my hands.........

Much in my hands!!!

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THE SERIES: HOW DO YOU AMAZE JESUS ?

Part I

Part II

Part III

Part IV

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Its never worth a Lie I

Its never worth a Lie II 

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5 Reasons Abortion is not an Option!!!!!

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Giving : Basic Facts about it.

Give and Live

Give and Live II 

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What do you Know?

How much do you know what you know?

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My Soccer Story

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Solitude

You are so full of Yourself!

Power!

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SELF DISCOVERY SERIES

Part 1 - The Image

Part 2 - The Likeness

Part 3 - Dominion

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Know Him

What ask Thou?

What are you married to? 

Acknowledge His Grace

Year 2015: The Compilation (Quotes & Nuggets)

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Impossibility


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