As a university teacher, Dr. Sees Ebiesuwa a high-quality education as the necessary tool identified to face the challenges of the 21st century.
Ebiesuwa, a professor at Babcock University’s Department of Informatics, spoke as part of the institution’s youth development program.
In the event titled “Be the Best of You,” Ebiesuwa emphasized that every talent should be used.
“All talents are raw and raw, so they are only used to the maximum when the talents have been cultivated or refined.”
He also pointed out that self-discovery is fundamental to the fulfillment of life, and that it is necessary to recognize real gifts and interests in order to avoid prejudice altogether.
According to him, “one must objectively define between the things for which he has a passion and the things he does to simply fulfill an expectation; Identify the activity that you enjoy doing without anyone watching you, and discover that you do things much better than most people, decipher the things that others usually praise and praise, and discover the activity that you would comfortably do, regardless of whether you have rehearsed or not, and They identify the things you like to do, even if they do not pay you. “
Therefore, he recommended that they use their time and resources to learn everything they could, adding that they should identify the icons of excellence that set the pace in this discipline and select them as role models.
“Read or look at the biographies of these people, as this would help you learn the ropes, set goals, and immediately set a new goal and complacency as much as possible after each milestone you achieve avoid.
A talent can be compared to a metallic mineral, which is always raw and not refined at the extraction point from the belly of the earth.
“The real metal, such as gold, silver, bronze and diamond, which is appreciated, only becomes attractive when the raw metal ore undergoes a refining process in which the mineral is exposed to heat.” All talents are raw and raw and therefore only become used as much as possible when the talents have been grown or refined. “
Therefore, he said that education helps to refine talents, regardless of whether this talent has an academic orientation or not.
In his statement, Vice-Chancellor Professor Sunday Owolabi said the event aimed to encourage young people to be workers and succeed.