Hello, my name is Ogweno Stephen and I am a lot of things. But before I go on to talk about me, I wanted to talk about you for a minute. I wanted to thank you for visiting my personal website, I wanted to remind you of the greatness that you have within you and I wanted to appreciate you for visiting my site again. As you go through this site you will find opportunities to support the work that I am doing with the various organizations and institutions I represent. You could support my works by buying our merchandise, buy my books, hiring me for my services and most importantly SPREADING THE WORD ON WHAT I DO. Those referrals are critical to my development and advancement.
So back to me, I am a lot of things right now but I wasn’t always this way. I am a medic, an entrepreneur, a coach, an author, a personal development trainer, a photographer, a professional bass singer and a visual artist. Funny thing is that in my early days I was just one thing, a student , let me rephrase it, a curious student always reading anything and everything I could find varying from books to billboards to newspapers you name it. My natural leanings tend to be towards the introvert side of the scale, I am mostly quiet, I listen and in those early days I never really interacted with a lot of people. The irony was that for some reason, in all of my schools I always came out as a popular individual in the long term. Back to those early days, with my curiosity I always wanted to read everything and back then I did not know just how far my curiosity would go to form an integral part of who I am.
So, while in primary school two statements really opened me up to the possibilities that I would latter discover. The first statement I heard when I joined the music class, my teacher said, YOU CAN SING ANY VOICE IF YOU JUST PRACTICED IT LONG ENOUGH. This statement really hit me differently, you mean I can sing all voices? I kept asking myself and slowly I began training myself and when I joined high school, I surely sang tenor 1 and 2 and bass 1 and 2 and I especially excelled in the bases. The second statement that really did it for me is something I read from a dirty piece of newspaper; the statement was THE BEST WAY TO PREDICT YOUR FUTURE IS TO CREATE IT. This statement really did it for me, that if I wanted to have the future I wanted ,I simply had to create it. This really made me believe that I could do anything and so that’s how my curiosity in arts stated and I became an amazing pencil artist , latter on a high fashion model, I went ahead to explore other areas as well including the music, the drama and acting, sports(rugby) and on and on. Well I thought I should also share something my father told me when I was just about 6 years, I always asked questions on why the world worked the way it worked and my father made sure to drive one statement into me, he said THE WORLD IS NOT FAIR AND YOU WILL NEVER GET WHAT YOU WANT UNTIL YOU DESERVE IT. This statement holds a lot of lessons which I hope to share with you as time goes, however, for today the main lesson is, in life, you never get what you want, you get what you deserve and that is a law of the universe. Therefore, if you want what you want, you have to deserve it to get it!
Finally , a few friends of mine whom I’ve been able to work with had this to say about me:
Hey, we are going to do a lot of great things together, and always remember, the movement is on!