In this interview we catch up with Ore Ogungbayi Ore Ogungbayi is a Speaker, Trainer & Master of Ceremonies who has a passion for enabling others, especially young people. Her focus is on helping young people thrive and excel in their day-to-day activities and in lives.

She also just wrote a book called Knocked 4 Six! – Going from Hopeless to Hopeful is a dramatic account of the early years of the author, Ore. It captures the knocks and the trauma experienced by a young person who suddenly finds herself vulnerable and exposed to a world where she has to look from the outside in. Rejection and Dejection become the side effects of One Major Traumatic Event Like what you watched?

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