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Discovering the Wisdom to Walk in Freedom

This truth is self evident: among the six billion living in this world, every individual is uniquely endowed. But the pressure to conform, the need to survive, and the crave for acceptance make some to be out of tune with who they are and what they are made to be. This should not be; thus, the onus is on us to discover our real self and then start living a life of significance.

Whichever phase you are in life’s journey, Whose Life are You Living? will guide you on how to take a good inventory of your life. This will help you to make necessary adjustments and then begin to walk on the right path that will leave lasting footprints, so that others may be inspired by your life.

In this book, you will learn:

  • How to gain freedom from imposed limitations and superficial customs.
  • How to locate your place of Relevance and to leave an enduring legacy.
  • How to identify and maximize your gifts and talents.
  • The fundamental truths about the Christian life

And much more!


Chidi Jacob is a transformational speaker with unconventional wisdom. He has a laser-focused mission of guiding people to be on course. He is a life coach, talent advocate, resourceful trainer, change agent, and social entrepreneur. His enduring passion is to know wisdom and apply it to real life situations.

He is the founder of Center for the Advancement of Young Talents (CFAYT), an NGO focused on discovering and developing Africa’s brightest talents. He is also the CEO of Human Development Foundation (HDF) Projects International, a firm focused on career and capacity development. His firm (HDF) assists organizations to identify the unique talents available within their workforce and also helps to maximize their potentials.

A former technical consultant for fortune 500 firms and top U.S. government agencies, he graduated Magna Cum Laude (honors) from the University of Maryland College, Adelphia, and currently resides in Abuja, Nigeria with his lovely wife Uloma.