By KELVIN OSONDU
7 Parables of the Human Identity
A Transformational Book on Human Identity
Kelvin shares in his latest book 7 principles that he’s learned about the human identity and what makes each person unique. Filled with insight and creativity, this book is sure to inspire and build your confidence in living a fulfilled life.
WRITER. TEACHER. COACH
Kelvin Osondu is a Writer, Trainer and Entrepreneur. He has a profound love for seeing people succeed in every areas of their lives, and so he has made it is life’s mission to equip others with the tool to living a fulfilled life.
Kelvin is currently writing his debut self-help book titled, The Intentional Student. A timely book inspired to transform students in higher education and challenge to live their best lives whilst at university. He is also working on an upcoming book for people who struggle with being confident in their own body and mind.
Besides writing books, Kelvin can be seen working with a handful of businesses, helping them develop creative marketing strategies to grow their businesses online. He also design websites for clients whenever he isn’t working on a book or on a business’ growth. In all, Kelvin loves to see growth and would do anything in his power to ensure people and businesses around him are growing.
What I do
Some people love speaking in public, I love writing to the public. I have written over 6 books, and now looking to release my first self-help book.
Equipping people with the right tools to succeed is what I love doing. I offer tailored workshops to young adults looking to live fulfilled lives.
Sometimes you need more than workshops to effect change. So I offer coaching services for interested people looking to achieve their dreams through daily habits etc.
Kelvin hosts amazing workshops that really help me with my personal development and growth. I’ve been to a few now & always leave feeling empowered with new knowledge and support. A man of wisdom who is always ready to share what he knows!
– FAITH OLAJUYIBGE, AUTHOR & POET
My Writing Blog
You don’t have to aspire to become a CEO or mogul to be an independent thinker. It isn’t reserved for a select few. As long as you can read these words, I assure you... you have the potential to think independently. There are certain struggles in life that no one can...
As I grow older each week, I realise that there are people who don’t like what they do at work. I know, shocking right? How could you spend most of your time during the day and still not like what you do? They don’t like the environment they work in or the people they...
Growing up, there were kids in our classes who hated Maths and often questioned its important in the real world. The same kids would end up watching Japanese anime for over 20 hours every week, but fail to question the importance of the information they are consuming...