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Revealed: 21 Ways To Pick Abdullahi’s Brain For Free

Revealed: 21 Ways To Pick Abdullahi’s Brain For Free

Abdullahi’s Note: This is a guest post by Muhiz Ogunwomoju (MOAB), a writer who breaks his silence with his pen and helps other people break theirs, too, for the purpose of creating change. He blogs at ThoughtsByPen and you can also follow him on Twitter: @moabsophy.


It’s no news that great men stood on the shoulders of other great men to become great.

These great men studied the works of others intensely and set the world on fire with innovations.

This is what I want you to do, too. Because I believe in your ability to make a difference.

But you surely need a mentor or a coach to achieve this, right?


Someone who’ll inject confidence in you, guide you and give you feedback on your work.

Here’s the problem…

Most mentors and coaches don’t have time for you. I bet you’ve tried many.

Abdullahi, for example, might be the person you’re looking up to. But unfortunately, he doesn’t have the whole time in the world to take you step by step in order to achieve your goals.

Don’t worry.

I’ve Abdullahi’s brain in my hand, figuratively.

Pick brain

I’ll show how to pick his brain for free. No “time” excuses. No “I’m tired” story. And no “cockamamie” cop out.

But before you decide to pick Abdullahi’s brain, let me tell you who this badass is.

I’m sorry for this foul language. But he’s really a badass.

I’ve my reasons.

Hear me out:

This young hard-working guy is a multi-award winning writer, a blogger, an entrepreneur, and a difference maker. He’s smart and resourceful. And the CEO of Naija Writers’ Coach.

Isn’t he a badass? You be the judge.

Won’t it be interesting to stand on the shoulder of someone like Abdullahi and pick his brain? If your answer is yes, I’ve garnered the best of Abdullahi’s resources for you, free of charge.

Here are 21 resources that’ll catapult you from grass to grace:

  1. Have you been denied your right to write? Get your right to write back here.
  2. Would you love to write your own eBook? If yes, then learn how to create a 3D book cover in 3 minutes.
  3. And if you do it well, you can even self-publish it and sell it beyond your expectations. Learn how to do it here.
  4. Stop asking why you need to start a blog. Get a succinct answer here. Or here.
  5. If you’re satisfied with the above answer, get started here.
  6. Then, setup, beautify, and secure your website with this.
  7. Abdullahi and I are tired of hearing the same question all the time. Looking for a niche? Choose from one of these. Or these.
  8. And if you can’t find one that’s interesting to you, just ignore my harsh tone and do this.
  9. Learn the art of asking the right question. Your mindset matters. Change it here.
  10. Want to make a difference and make money at the same time? I’ve got your back here.
  11. Create value for Abdullahi by guest posting for his blog. If you do it well, he’ll share his ideas with you.
  12. Your grammar sucks? No worries. Get it polished here.
  13. Punch your high school English teacher in the face with The Elements of Style.
  14. When Abdullahi’s brain isn’t working for you, trust your guts. It’s part of picking his brain.
  15. Want to upgrade your writing life but have no time? You’ll be surprised with the magic of this simple solution.
  16. Whether you go to school or not, we all want to be successful. So, why not start your own business like Abdullahi?
  17. Be resourceful even without resources. Make this your mantra.
  18. Don’t be ashamed of your story. Tell it.
  19. And if the world is conspiring against you, then try to be lucky enough to make your dreams come true.
  20. So, dance with fear because action always beats the hell out of fear.
  21. Get full access to Abdullahi’s secret file for chicken feed here. And here. You’ll thank me later.

Question: Which of these resources will you be putting to use first? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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About Muhiz Ogunwomoju

Muhiz Ogunwomoju (MOAB) is a writer. He believes that to write is to break one’s silence and inspire lives beyond one’s border. He breaks his silence with his pen and helps other people break theirs, too, for the purpose of creating change. The best gift you can give him is a pen (and of course, a book). He blogs at ThoughtsByPen and is on Twitter @moabsophy.


  1. I really thank God for Abdullahi. Through his hard work and generosity, I’ve been able to ‘pick’ something from his wonderful brain. I just received an email that I came 2nd place in the NHEF essay contest of this year, all thanks to the info received from this blog. God bless your efforts, Naija Writers’ Coach. I’m grateful sir.

  2. Nice one Muiz. I am one of MAT’s big fans but personally I have not found my ground yet in writing; I mean I have written many awesome books but have no means or connection to publish them or even sell any of them. Reading his blogs and yours don’t help at all because though they are inspiring yet our situations are very different that what works for you may not work for me at all ( if you understand what I mean ). It’s kind of annoying. Thanks Broo.

    • And what exactly is your situation? We might just invent a robot to help you 🙂

    • I do understand your frustration, Ayomide. Publishing one’s work isn’t easy. One needs to keep knocking until the door opens. You have the right to your labor but you don’t have the right to its fruit. See, I might as well blame Seth Godin or Jon Morrow for my failures when I know that I’m not doing enough to invest time, energy, money, and connection in order to achieve my goals. All of these are very important. And if you willingly ignore one of them, there’s no way out.

      How many people have you connected with? How many writers have you shared your awesome books with? Are you taking the benefits of self-publishing or waiting for a big brand agent to pick you? The truth is, we’re all busy, but if you pitch yourself very well (package yourself like Nigerians would say), chances are you’ll get there.

  3. Awesome. Glad you picked Abdullahi’s brain and put in your effort to achieve your goal. Because picking his brain alone isn’t enough but taking action. And that’s what you’ve done. Congratulations, Skola.

  4. I’ll take number fifteen (15) – Rearing Your Writing Life When You’re Extremely Busy as my number one! Nice one MOABsophy.

  5. Nice one from Muhiz. More grease to your elbows!

    And to Abdullahi too, for having such a great resource that people can tap from.

    May God continue to bless both of you, and crown your efforts with continual success.

    But as for Ayomide’s complaints, God willing, I think I fully understand his ordeals, and I hope I can be of assistance to him, if only Abdullahi will permit me to.

    If I’m permitted, Ayomide can contact me at (+2348052941785)

    • Taofeeq, HIS ordeals? You’re so sure Ayomide is a male? 😉

      Self promotion is *sometimes* in order. 🙂

      • Yeah! I hope I may have a clue to it. Knowledge can be gotten from where people least expected it, and I’m not boasting of what I don’t have a clue of.

        I’m not sure of Ayomide’s sex, I just guessed Ayomide can be a male (and since I’m neither interested in the individual’s sex, nor have any ulterior motive about that, whether monetary or otherwise), but anyhow, I’m sorry if I’m wrong about that.

        Anyway, I still maintain that if you (Abdullahi) permits it, he/she may contact me, and if you so wish, it can be under your supervision.

        Take care.

  6. And Abdullahi, I don’t understand what you meant by your last statement.

    Like I said, I’m not doing any self-promotion.

    Just have my words on that!

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