How to be the CEO of You Plc

The best way to live life on purpose and to the full  is to live in line with your values – doing what you love i.e. following your passion.

Think of it as you being or becoming the CEO of your own life. That is being completely in charge, taking full responsibility of your life, everything that happens to you and everything that you do. CEOs run businesses and whether you are formally in business or not – clearly the first business to be in charge of is the business of your own life – YOU Plc. After all isn’t your life your business! Being the CEO of your own life means that you are in charge – the buck stops with you – that means you take absolute responsibility for everything that happens to you.

Every day you have a choice of whether to get the results you want or to have reasons why you don’t have them. There are always reasons why you can choose not to take responsibility keep the circumstances you have – and  that’s not to say that they aren’t great reasons – anyone would understand your reason why. However, here’s the rub; you can’t have both!  You will either have “a reason why” or a result , so the challenge is to work on turning your reasons into result.

Turning their reasons into results is exactly what the guests who come on the Tycoon Women Moments Radio show (on each and every Wednesday between 4-pm)  have done.

Click play below to listen to  extracts of previous shows so you can  share some of the moments that have defined their lives and see what strategies they used to turn their reasons into results and become highly successful women.






About Ola Agbaimoni

Known as "The Business Detective" due to her "Sherlock Holmes" like problem solving abilities, Ola works in partnership with her sister Carole Pyke, The Business Bard. Together they run Eélan Media, a new type of Business growth agency offering a forensic approach to business and a creative approach to marketing. As well as being an expert in business planning, training and development, Ola is also a certified coach, NLP practitioner; an accomplished author, speaker and presenter.


  1. Hi Ola, what a great blog post. I can honestly say that with a few ups and downs it’s taken me 50 years to work out exactly what following your passion really meant. I look back now and realise I had it all along with the hysterectomy association, but it needed a little refining and clarification about what I needed to get out of the relationship with this organisation – with that in mind now, I feel I can move forward with purpose and joy.

    • Hi Linda thank you for your comment. It can scary trying to follow your passion especially when it isn’t obvious how you are going to make a living from doing it. Like you it took me a while but now I’m on tract I wouldn’t have it any other way. Passion rules 🙂

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