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YOCA masterclass is an empowering mindset shifting interaction platform – Founder

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YOCA masterclass is an empowering mind set shifting interactive platform
-Founder

By Bridget Tyam

February 01, 2022

Yanmo Online Coaching Academy (YOCA),has said that the organised Masterclass was an empowering mind set shifting interactive platform with a purpose of giving fresh interpretation and perspective to life so individuals can live authentically through practical application and dialogue.

Ms Yanmo Adetula , Chief Executive Officer ,YOCA and the founder of Amplify Masterclass gave the advise at the Amllify Abuja Masterclass 2022 organised by YOCA in conjunction with the Albino Foundation in Abuja.

According to her this is why the Amplified Masterclass talks about changing your mindset ,if you can alter the way you think and you understand your purpose ,you are more likely to get more results out of people

Adetula said that the purpose of the Masterclass was to change the mind-set of Nigerians to know there are potentials inside of them and not always wait for the government to do everything for the.

She further advised women ahead of the 2023 general elections not to run for offices for the money but they should go for service and impact.

“Women aspirant should not go in for the money ,they should go for serving , impacting and transforming lives ,the money will follow .

“Many of us want that position because of the money not necessarily because we want to change the society.

“Everybody is always chasing money ,everybody wants to blow ,God did not say chase the money ,He gave you an assignment ,the money will come .

Adetula said that women needed to find something to do that is in line with who they are and not to be” copycats ” that do things because their friends are doing it because life is not a completion.

She said that most women are stuck in Nigeria because of an identity issue,not knowing who they are so there was need to empower them to do more.

“Women need to know that they have so much more in them ,we can put up master class and workshops and all the different great initiatives but ultimately we want the women to know that they have more

“If we can do it,if I can do ,then they can even do better

“So being marginalised is not an excuse ,if you understand your identity ,and you have a vision and your goals then you will know what you need to do and start to focus on it.”

Mrs Enya Epelle, a Mind Coach who spoke about the the power of the mind ,said that the quality of people’s thoughts determine the outcome of their lives.

“If you know the capacity you have as an individual, as a human being , it far surpasses any technology you have ever seen .

“Your brain storage is so large that it will take 300 years of TV watching continuously to fill it up ,which means that we have more than we need for this window of life that we find ourselves.”

Epelle therefore ,said that there was no reason for excuses neither would there be reasons to fail ,Nigerians needed to have a mind shift and begin to engage their minds constructively .

She said that this would produce a good outcome not only for themselves but also the generations behind them .

Chichi Iwnamadi ,Chief Executive Officer ,Americare Medical Distributors Ltd , encouraged women to change towards becoming financially independent regardless who they have helping that us helping them.

Iwnamadi said that there need for them to have their own ability to empower other people to bring purpose and value to their lives.

“The truth is value is the new currency and anyone who is not bringing value will not be useful to the society .

“There is a value in being independent because women build nations,a woman that is independent financially is going to help her family.

“This is because the man only cannot actualise all the goals especially in the type of economy we are in ,so a woman should be resourceful .

A participant,Mrs Rita Eghujovbo,said that the Amplified Masterclass was amazing and an eye-opener.

Eghujovbo said that it was the beginning of the year so the class was what people needed to actualise their goals .

She said it helped in shaping how people should map out the strategies to achieve their goals among others.

“What yanmo and her team have done today is a pace setter,”she said.