About Edward Eni

Edward Eni (originally Eniang) is the author of 2 books. He writes about productivity, business, and wealth building. Until now, more than 200,000 people have read his articles

Hi, it’s Edward, thanks for checking out my blog. I’ve been sharing actionable tips for optimizing your life and work every week since 2020. But most people know me for my articles on productivity and wealth building.

Want to get in touch? You can reach me personally here.

Why Readers Visit My Blog

You can see my site as a place for acquiring new ideas and inspiration. I started this blog as something on the side. When I published my first article, I was at one of my lowest points in life.

After I finished university (I have a degree in Industrial Chemistry, from Covenant university), I became a full-time entrepreneur. I’ve also worked as a quality assurance personnel.

But now, I’m a full-time blogger and online teacher. My work focuses on three main topics:

  1. Productivity: How can we achieve more without sacrificing our well-being?
  2. Wealth Building: How can we responsibly increase our net-worth?
  3. Business/Careers: How can we find meaning in our work?

Readers have told me they like askedwardeni.com.ng/blog for these reasons:

  • Weekly articles with actionable tips
  • My pragmatic and down-to-earth perspective on the topics I write about
  • The wide range of personal development topics I cover, from productivity to wealth building
  • The weekly reminders in their inbox to keep improving themselves

I started this blog in 2020 after I felt stuck. My career wasn’t giving me any fulfillment. I was only working to earn money—not to make a contribution. And that forced me to rethink everything I was doing. I decided to leave Lagos, where I lived at the time, and move back to Makurdi. I also committed to becoming a full-time author and online teacher. I wanted to make an impact and have more freedom.

This blog is basically a summary of everything I’ve learned. And as I learn new things along the way, I keep sharing them here. One of the best things about having a blog—you can connect with people all around the world.

Until now, I’ve had visitors from almost every country in the world. An estimated 200,000 people have read at least one of my articles (you can find my articles here). That’s the power of the internet!

One thing my readers often ask me is where I get my insights from. I’m an avid reader and I read every single day. Good non-fiction books are one of the best sources of knowledge. If you want to learn from a great mind, simply read their books or books that are written about them.

For example, I love to study the famous investors, Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger. It happens there’s a huge body of work about their ideas. I guess that I’ve only read about 5% of what’s available about the work of Buffett and Munger. We always keep learning.

But books are not my only source of inspiration and wisdom. I’m always curious about learning new skills and ideas. And you can learn from everything and everyone. Learning is what keeps this blog alive. As long as I’m learning, I’ll keep sharing. To get my latest insights.