The BIG 3.0

Life Nuggets You Need To Know Before You Are 30‌

by Solomon Ojeagbase with Charles Umeh

The BIG 3.0

The BIG 3.0

Life Nuggets You Need To Know Before You Are 30‌

by Solomon Ojeagbase with Charles Umeh

Published Nov 20, 2020
91 Pages
Genre: SELF-HELP / Motivational & Inspirational


Book Details

This book is a step-by-step guide written from a place of experience and passion, to help young people live a prioritized life and focus on what is important. There is a lot of noise (distraction) around us today, as there are many things demanding our attention at the same time.

This book helps you know what is important, and how to stay focused on adjusting your lenses until you see a clear picture of your future. This book is not a get-rich-quick fix, neither is it a shortcut recipe.

If you are not ready to fold your sleeves and get to work, then, this book is not for you. Furthermore, there is no one-size-fits-all way to success; hence, do not base all your assumptions on the facts in this book.

The principles in this book are profound. The book gives a personal account of how I thrived from my teenage years into my 20s, and eventually my 30s.

It offers practical steps on decision-making, which serves as a barometer to measure our progress in the race of life. Working on it with the expertise of Charles Umeh, helps to give a clear illustration to buttress my points in the chapters of the book.

I believe that our efforts in putting this book together, will help to prevent you from making some unwarranted mistakes in your journey into adulthood.


Book Excerpt

 Names of those who have contributed

  • Afolabi Ogunde
  • Godwin Efezokhae
  • Elizabeth Ehiametalor
  • Ifeoma Chinweze
  • Maro Anuyah
  • Rachel Hodge
  • Bukky Orenuga
  • Esther Ojeagbase
  • Nneoma
  • Emmanuel Sunny Ojeagbase
  • Niyi Adejuwon
  • Victor Chiwuzor
  • Lydia Oyekanmi
  • Mumini Alao
  • Deborah Tajudeen
 Your donation will go towards the printing and distribution of the book. You will also be listed as one of the contributors on our website
Everyone deserves to have the right mindset, as this is the foundation on which good character is built. Change begins in the mind and I believe that the more hands the book gets in, the better for our Nation.
Thank you in advance for your contribution. You have no idea how much it means to me to have your support.
Here are the ways you can make a donation:
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Thank you again!
Yours in Trust,
Solomon OjeagbaseAuthor: The BIG 3.0


About the Author

Solomon Ojeagbase with Charles Umeh

Solomon Ojeagbase was born in the capital city of Ikeja in Lagos State. He is a graduate of Covenant University where he studied for a BSc. in International Relations. He also has an MBA from the prestigious Lagos Business School. In 2016, he was nominated for Professional Service at The Future Awards Africa for his contribution to the development of the digital football community online, through Complete Sports website and other digital communities which he built from ground up. He regards himself as a Hybrid Manager, whose work has received much deserved critical acclaim, with honours as Top Sports Blog in Africa at the 2016 African Blogger Awards awarded by Webfluential, Business Insight Award for Most Innovative Premier League News Provider 2018/2019 (Nigeria), Business Excellence award as Nigeria’s Best Daily Sports Website for 2019/2020 awarded by Acquisition International (AI) amongst others. He isn't just a sports head, he also volunteers his time and expertise to speaking at conferences like Social Media Week (Lagos), civic and charity events. He still has a passion for International Relations as he occasionally attends MUN conferences globally. You can reach him on social media @tosinbranson on Twitter and Instagram.

Charles Umeh is a TED Speaker an International published Author, and Millennial Influencer and Coach. Born in Lagos, Nigeria. He also serves as a management Consultant, and host the B.T.C (Breaking The Coconut) TV Show. Which gives us insights into litany of lessons entrepreneurs and change makers face in Africa. His first book BREAKING THE COCONUT, tells the stories of African Millennials, Change Agents and their capacity to beat life's odds. His book, is available in over 38,000 online bookstores globally and on His TV show is watched all over Nigeria. . He works to create a workplace, where people and organizations are at par with global best practices. With the evolving future of work through the "coconut work- lab", a workshop held quarterly which he hosts. The show, helps intrapreneurs and entrepreneurs learn and unlearn new insights in the workplace by benchmarking global best practices. He leads the team at Breaking the Coconut ltd.