The Doctorpreneur

Today’s post is about 24-year old Dr. Adedunmola Oluwo.

Dedun moved to Debrecen, Hungary at the age of 17 to pursue a medical degree, one year after school she started her first business, Hair by Dedun which catered to every hair texture there is, that same year she also started DedunCooks, a Nigerian food catering business as she quickly realized the opportunity which stood before her.  The university had quite a few students from her home country with nowhere around that catered to their food needs.  Two years after, while still running both businesses successfully, Dedun started up another outfit called Dedun’s Cakes, a cake and pastry company also solely run by her. And in 2016, she started Belle Artistry by Dedun, a makeup and beauty business. All four businesses run with no help whatsoever while still managing to go through medical school without any failure. These helped her gain utmost financial independence from her retired single mother back home in Nigeria.

Dr. Dedun Oluwo

Her determination finally paid off when she successfully sponsored herself to Rome Business School to study M.Sc. Health Management. She says she shares her story to inspire others, it doesn’t matter what your situation is, you can always challenge yourself to achieve great things whether you are a 17-year-old like she was or older. She is also a motivational speaker and writer; she aims to use her voice to develop the drive in the millennial generation as well as the younger ones to achieving the unachievable by harnessing your immediate environment. Dedun runs an inspirational blog called “Dr. Dedun – The Doctorpreneur” and a YouTube Channel.

The Doctorpreneur

Dedun’s story is one that should encourage people to challenge themselves, more.

“Success is the sum of small efforts – repeated day in and day out” – Robert Collier

“The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack of will” – Vince Lombardi

11 thoughts on “The Doctorpreneur

  1. What an interesting read! She is very beautiful too!

    I love your blog topic. we all need to feel inspired in order to do well in our personal lives. Reading about Dedun made me feel in awe of her. Great job!

  2. Wow! What an incredible story. I immediately feel the need to get out of my track pants and go for a run, or something. I suddenly feel so inspired to be my ‘best me’.

    This is a really wonderful and inspirational topic Thelma! We need more of these highlighting the best of humanity. Thank you!

  3. I’m actually lost for words! Dr. Dedun has accomplished so much in her young life, and like Megan, I feel the sudden urge to get my life together. She is in the business of inspiring, and she does just that. What a fascinating profile! Thanks for sharing.

  4. THE IDEA FOR THIS BLOG IS AMAZING AND SO EMPOWERING. THIS STORY IS VERY INSPRIING AND DR. DEDUN SHOULD BE SO PROUD OF WHAT SHE HAS ALREADY ACCOMPLISHED.

  5. Wow, what an inspiring story. I LOVE THAT YOU HAVE FEATURED a STORY ABOUT A strong womAn who IS independent, FINANCIALLY SAVVY AND ENTREPRENEURIAL. I LOOK FORWARD TO READING YOUR NEXT POSTS.

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