Thursday, November 26, 2009


Myles Munroe is certainly a man that loves Nigeria with a passion. Widely trravelled and respected globally, Munroe has visited the country many times to inspire and motivate Nigerians with sound teachings based on biblical and basic success principles. Here is an interview with him, although brief, I hope it inspires you to make a positive difference wherever you are. No wonder, the great Mahatma Gandhi said, let us be the change that we seek in the world.  Stay focused and Inspired!
Q: What would be your first advice to President Umaru Yar Adua if you were to see him, as an expert on leadership matters?
Munroe: My first advice to the leader of any country is to define his value of people. How important are the people to him because his value of the people determines how he treats them
Q: We have so many churches in the country, and you talked about God not being a God of religion. What exactly seem to be the problem that despite the number of churches, things have not changed much in the country. Is it a problem of the religious leaders not being able to pass the message, or that of orientation of the people, or hypocrisy?
Munroe: It’s probably a little bit of all of those. There is no way to define it, because it’s complex.
Q: So, how can we reduce or bridge the gap between the 1st world and the 3rd world countries?
Munroe: For us to believe that we don’t need the 1st world countries to become successful, that the secret of our success is in our own countries.

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