J Ibeh Agbanyim is a Harvard trained leadership coaching strategist, Amazon bestselling author, motivational speaker, and organizational psychology consultant.
I interviewed him for Journey To Success Radio.
Mr. Agbanyim earned his graduate degree in industrial-organizational
psychology, and he is pursuing his doctoral degree in industrial-organizational
psychology at Grand Canyon University. He is a distinguished award recipient
from the department of psychology for his exemplary leadership and significant
contribution to academic excellence at the University of Ibadan.
J Ibeh Agbanyim is a graduate affiliate of Association for Talent Development, International Leadership Association, Informing Science Institute, Society for Consulting Psychology, and many others.
Agbanyim is the founder of Focused Vision
Consulting, LLC, a management consulting firm. He has been a senior logistics
associate at UPS for the past eighteen and half years.
is the author of three books, The Power of Engagement, Fear, and The Five
Principles of Collaboration. He has been a presenter and guest speaker for
different organizations and institutions, including the International
Conference for Interdisciplinary Research Studies, hosted at George Washington
University, Department of Psychology Multidisciplinary Seminar at University of
Ibadan, Nigeria; First Bank of Nigeria Insurance; American Society for Quality
in Orlando, Florida and many others.
He was an invited guest at the Napoleon Hill Think and Grow Rich Stickability Tour in Toronto, Canada, and the International Convention for Psychological Science in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
"Relationships are built around five principles of collaboration, and when any of them are lacking, human relationships suffer.
J Ibeh Agbanyim outlines how to apply trust, respect, willingness, empowerment, and effective communication to improve your life at home, on the job, and in social settings.
Learn how to promote healthy employee-management relationships in the workplace through collaboration; break through walls that prevent collaboration in social settings; and cultivate a healthy intrapersonal relationship by understanding your “will to meaning,” which consists of knowing the purpose you have in life and how it connects to other elements.
Failing to apply the five principles explained in this book will lead to a collaboration deficiency. By learning these principles, you’ll be equipped to achieve personal and professional success.
“No person, project, or organization is an island unto themselves. All success is the result of effective collaboration. This book is a practical guide on how to collaborate, cooperate, and succeed.”
—Jim Stovall, bestselling author of The Ultimate Gift"
Fear is powerful, and it has a presence in whatever we do in life—whether that is passing our exams, keeping peace in our homes, or simply adjusting to the constantly changing world. In Fear, author J. Ibeh Agbanyim offers a guidebook that portrays fear as a healthy emotion—as long as it is well managed.
Demonstrating practical ways that fear can work in our favor instead of working against us, Agbanyim focuses on the importance of using fear as a healthy emotion to achieve goals on a daily basis. He discusses techniques for believing in constructive fear, evaluating the quality of fear, adjusting to the conditions of life, and entertaining the notion that even Jesus feared. Through a step-by-step process, Agbanyim offers ways to
believe that a change of feeling is a change of destiny; constructively adjust to changing conditions; embrace the inconvenient truth; learn how to forgive; and learn how to sing a song when in the valley of tears.
Fear presents valuable tools, practical techniques, and relevant advice for anyone willing to experience new vision and information for self-discovery that can lead to living a life of impact.
“Mr. J Ibeh Agbanyim’s text on fear is an intriguingly different approach to the construct of fear that may shift the paradigms of thinking on the topic. While I hold strong opinions against viewing fear as a positive emotion, I believe you will find this text worth exploring. It has the potential to contribute new imagination and information to the body of knowledge on fear.”
—Lloyd C. Williams, Ph.D., Ph.D., D.Min., Organizational Psychologist, CEO, Th e Institute for Transformative Thought and Learning, LLC
“Fear is the fundamental instinct of every human being and the greatest fear of all is the fear of death. One of the first steps to living a fulfilled life is to conquer your own fears. Those who don’t, risk ruining their lives due to fear or “False Expectations Appearing Real.” I applaud Mr. Agbanyim for taking on this tough subject and sharing his in-depth knowledge and inspiring stories. His book allows readers to recognize the ‘virus’ called fear within various aspects of daily life and also provides a constructive outlook of overcoming it.”
—Adil F. Dalal, CEO, Pinnacle Process Solutions International, LLC
Award-winning author of The 12 Pillars of Project Excellence and A Legacy Driving Life
“For those in the substance abuse counselling profession, this book is a must-read! Although it is not geared specifically toward this population, it can absolutely be applied to patients with addictions. The information provided in this book will be extremely beneficial to therapists when treating their clients. Mr. Agbanyim did a wonderful job explaining fear and makes the topic extremely interesting! Everyone should read this book to learn more about their own fears and why fear is a necessary and productive part of life.”
—Lacey Rojas, masters in substance abuse counselling
You can reach J Ibeh Agbanyim at firstname.lastname@example.org