Ade Clayton was born in the late 70’s and is the first child in a small family with his four siblings. Times were tough during Ade’s teenage years. Ade’s father was treating a strange illness that had defied both traditional and western medicine; Ade’s mum was a junior civil servant earning a little above the minimum wage.
The economic hardship was taking its toll and Ade had to stop his education in order to look for menial jobs to support his parents and siblings. The family had to move from a comfortable neighborhood to the slums. It was a tough period for Ade’s family. As each day passed, his dream to become an engineer fizzled out into oblivion. Ade however had one important quality – perseverance. He hoped against the facts on ground that he could still fulfil his lifelong ambition.
As time went by, Ade’s perseverance led him to an engineering firm where he was employed as an office assistant. His aptitude for numbers and his eye for designs were considered exceptional; His dedication to duty and curiosity to learn more attracted raised eyebrows within the office.
Your talent is your signature in the world
We are born with different forms of talent. Your talent is the raw material deposited by the creator. Some talents are obvious and are in top demand. While other talents are subtle and will require the individual to solve a problem before it is appreciated in a society.