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Philip Amiola

I am a teacher, business thinker, content strategist and digital solutions consultant.

Although primarily trained as a life scientist, my commitment to lifelong learning has led me to acquire skills in business strategy, content development, journalism, corporate communication and digital technology.

I lead a diverse team of professionals at The Plenipotent Company Limited, a consulting
firm that affords clients the quality and reliability of a large corporation while innovating with the ease and flexibility of a small business.

My work at the company revolves around thinking, capacity development and helping people give form to their concepts and ideas by deploying strategy, coaching and content development skills. I also enjoy simplifying complex processes and devising alternative pathways that remove red tape while enhancing creativity and productivity. This mindset leads me to deliberately challenge conventional assumptions, displacing them with practical intelligence and empirical wisdom.

Some of my ongoing projects include distilling ideas into books, reports and TV series. I have also been instrumental to the launch of a few businesses through my work at Digital Vineyard and Virtual Business School.

My strong belief in the power of words as a force for creative change has driven me to author a few books. Some of these include Order Your Life, Tweet and Grow Rich, Portals of Destiny, Sunlight at Dawn, The Minimalist Guide to Social Media Marketing, The Connection Principle, How to Start a Business Without Quitting Your Job and The Digipreneur’s Companion. You can get the books on Amazon or from your favourite retailer.

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