A Letter to My Daughters by Doyin Olorunfemi
A relay race can be won or lost on the smallest of technicalities: if the baton is passed incorrectly, the entire team could be disqualified.
When author Doyin Olorunfemi witnessed this in action, she saw it as a metaphor for the passing of wisdom from one generation to the next. It doesn’t matter how talented individuals are; if life principles and social values aren’t handed down, how could we expect to cross the finish line together as winners?
- learn from own journey and how it has shaped her,
- adopt the attitudes you need to achieve exceptionality,
- understand relationships and how to properly cultivate them, and
- apply her creative acronyms to help you memorize this wealth of wisdom.
A Note from Doyin:
I believe the lessons learnt in this generation MUST be passed on to the next, which is the main reason for this book. Today as you go about your daily grind, ask yourself “how can i pass on this experience to the next generation?” If you are short of ideas, pick up my book, read it and pass it on…