BECOMING SIGNIFICANT          PRESENTED              BY        SCOTT ODIGIE               TOT FEDERAL SCIENCE AND TECHNICA...
REFERENCE: ACTS 13:36 (KJV) ForDavid, after he had served his own generation by the will of God, fell on sleep, and was l...
OBJECTIVETo empower you and I with theprinciples to be ‘all we can be in life’.   3
CONCEPT: DEFINITION‘…Significant’        (momentous and      influential): having a    major or important effect.         ...
CONCEPT: DEFINITION‘Becoming…’      suitable, appropriate,     fitting, apt, befitting, in      keeping, right, seemly.   ...
CONCEPT: DEFINITION ‘Becoming significant’       suitable/fitting for           influence.         6
OVERVIEW Ifthere is anything this  nation (Nigeria) and the  “third world” needs for  such a time as this, are  men and w...
APPLICATION   Men whose motivation is not gain-driven, but    influence-driven.   Men whose definition of success is not...
PRINCIPLE 1      Paradigm        shift:                 9
i.     From survival to significance.ii.    From borrowing to lending.iii.   From followership to       leadership.iv.    ...
vi.   From end-users to creators.vii. From ignorance to knowledge.viii. From wasting resources to wealth      creation.ix....
PRINCIPLE 2    Build a career   out of your gift,     passion or       dream.                       12
   Scriptural success-stories were    all great on the platform of their    either there gifts, passion or    dream. (Dav...
WHAT IS A CAREER?                     Line of                     Business        Profession   Career     Vocation        ...
PRINCIPLE 3 Choice of excellence:        Excellence is not a project, act or job      description ; excellence is a way of...
WHAT IS EXCELLENCE?   Excellence is more than well done.    Excellence on your job, means:i. To go beyond the mark.ii. To...
PRINCIPLE 4    Create your own strategic environment      (surrounding       influences):                         17
i.     Your company (Pro.ii.    Your source of information       (visual or non visual)iii.   Your thoughts (Pro.23:7)    ...
PRINCIPLE 5 Make the most use     of your ‘opportunities in    disguise’.                     19
i.     People (Jesus) Lk.4:24-26.ii.    Resources (widow of Zarephath)       2Kg.4:1-10.iii.   Natural abilities (David)  ...
CONCLUSIONYour significance is in „you‟. Thank you for listening.                   21
CONTACT :                               08062530177           TrainingInspiratio Expert                      Life-   -nal ...
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  1. 1. BECOMING SIGNIFICANT PRESENTED BY SCOTT ODIGIE TOT FEDERAL SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE USI-EKITI, NIGERIA ON 9TH DECEMBER, 2012 1
  2. 2. REFERENCE: ACTS 13:36 (KJV) ForDavid, after he had served his own generation by the will of God, fell on sleep, and was laid unto his fathers, and saw corruption. 2
  3. 3. OBJECTIVETo empower you and I with theprinciples to be ‘all we can be in life’. 3
  4. 4. CONCEPT: DEFINITION‘…Significant’ (momentous and influential): having a major or important effect. 4
  5. 5. CONCEPT: DEFINITION‘Becoming…’ suitable, appropriate, fitting, apt, befitting, in keeping, right, seemly. 5
  6. 6. CONCEPT: DEFINITION ‘Becoming significant’ suitable/fitting for influence. 6
  7. 7. OVERVIEW Ifthere is anything this nation (Nigeria) and the “third world” needs for such a time as this, are men and women “who are what they do.” 7
  8. 8. APPLICATION Men whose motivation is not gain-driven, but influence-driven. Men whose definition of success is not measured by material acquisition but the number of destinies impacted. Men whose level of significance is not tied to the position they occupy, but in „who they are‟. 8
  9. 9. PRINCIPLE 1 Paradigm shift: 9
  10. 10. i. From survival to significance.ii. From borrowing to lending.iii. From followership to leadership.iv. From safety to adventure.v. From consumption to production. 10
  11. 11. vi. From end-users to creators.vii. From ignorance to knowledge.viii. From wasting resources to wealth creation.ix. From receiving to giving.x. From death to life.xi. From killing what we have to multiplication. 11
  12. 12. PRINCIPLE 2 Build a career out of your gift, passion or dream. 12
  13. 13.  Scriptural success-stories were all great on the platform of their either there gifts, passion or dream. (David, Nehemiah, Joseph). Contemporary success-stories like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, etc 13
  14. 14. WHAT IS A CAREER? Line of Business Profession Career Vocation Calling 14
  15. 15. PRINCIPLE 3 Choice of excellence: Excellence is not a project, act or job description ; excellence is a way of life. It includes going beyond the normal call of duty, stretching our perceived limits and holding ourselves responsible for being our best. (see definition of excellence). 15
  16. 16. WHAT IS EXCELLENCE? Excellence is more than well done. Excellence on your job, means:i. To go beyond the mark.ii. To deliver superior quality.iii. To produce works of distinction.iv. To constantly upgrade and refine. 16
  17. 17. PRINCIPLE 4 Create your own strategic environment (surrounding influences): 17
  18. 18. i. Your company (Pro.ii. Your source of information (visual or non visual)iii. Your thoughts (Pro.23:7) 18
  19. 19. PRINCIPLE 5 Make the most use of your ‘opportunities in disguise’. 19
  20. 20. i. People (Jesus) Lk.4:24-26.ii. Resources (widow of Zarephath) 2Kg.4:1-10.iii. Natural abilities (David) 1Sam.16:18iv. Personality (physique) 1Sam.16:18v. Uncommon experiences (David & Goliath) 1Sam.17.vi. Time Ecc.12:1 20
  21. 21. CONCLUSIONYour significance is in „you‟. Thank you for listening. 21
  22. 22. CONTACT : 08062530177 TrainingInspiratio Expert Life- -nal Coach Facebook: Speaker Scott Odigie1 ScottPreacher Odigi Mentor e E-mail: Scotmag2007 @yahoo.com 22

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