My name is Moses and I want to get real with you for a minute.

I’ve always dreamed big, wanted to make something of my life, and deeply cared about people.

However, as a young teenager, I lived in poverty and shared a single room with my mother and other siblings.

Even though I had dreams for my life, I wasn’t sure how I was going to turn them to reality. It’s hard to think that without having any business experience I could go from a class room teacher in 2004 to running a multi-diverse investment group a couple years.

Now I’m committed to impacting 10 million lives. I teach people how to pursue the dream that burns inside them and how to earn a full time income while making an impact on the world and others.

I do this through my newsletter posts, videos, recommended books, , live events, experiential workshops and one on one interactions.

I’m so grateful where life has taken me and the life that I’ve chosen to design on a daily basis. I believe we are the authors of our own life, and I’m blessed for the adversity I’ve faced. It makes me appreciate my life now and have compassion for others who suffer in a much bigger way.

Always remember you were born for a reason, a purpose and something bigger than yourself. But YOU have to activate this calling; no one is going to turn it on for you! It’s Your Responsibility to build yourself into the person who can live a great life. No one is going to give you the power to develop your mental strength, emotional intelligence and physical health to have the life you want. That’s between you and you! I know there are times that are challenging, and it may seem like you can’t get out of it. I’m living proof that you can. If a small town boy from Bayelsa (who didn’t see any potential for his future) can do it, then so can you!

Your dreams matter because YOU Matter! Never forget that, but you must learn the wisdom, skills and tools to write your own story. Be the hero you were born to be. Start the journey with me because the world needs you my friend!

Moses Oruaze Dickson

Moses Oruaze Dickson a Lawyer by training, a serial entrepreneur, and philanthropist.

He is the founder of Modickson Consortium, and also the Chairman, Solalina Investment Group- a proprietary investment company with interest in oil and gas, commercial law, construction, agriculture, transportation and advertising.

Moses is known for his significant contribution to entrepreneurship development in the country, earlier in 2017, the Solalina Investment Group partnered with the Canterbury Christ Church University UK on a £4000 funded research project on International investment agreements and economic development in Africa and improving trade within the continent.

He served as the senior special adviser on special duties to the Governor of Bayelsa state and in 2012 founded the Goldcoast developmental Foundation, which is committed to enhancing the livelihood and capacity of young people through impact investment as well as driving and supporting policies that promote youth development. As the corporate social responsibility channel of all companies under the Modickson Consortium, the foundation has earned awards for its empowerment projects, jointly by the Red Cross, Bayelsa State Government and The Nigerian Air Force.

Moses is a graduate of Law at the Niger Delta University and has an LLM in International commercial law; University of Bedfordshire in the UK. He is also a graduate of Harvard as well as the London School of Economics and political science.

Driven by entrepreneurship passion, he founded the Solalina Investment Group in his 20s and has grown the company into a multi diverse investment portfolio with other subsidiary companies like; TRIAX Solicitors, Strong Ideas and Restitute. These businesses cover sectors including oil and gas, construction, agriculture, transportation, and advertising, all which are managed under the Modickson Consortium – the parent company of all his business interest.

In 2015, Moses stepped down as CEO of his companies, assuming the role of the chairman of the board. He has built a reputation for himself as a serial entrepreneur and recently launched Niger Delta Connect, a subsidiary of one of his companies Solalina Media Limited.

Today, Solalina investment Group and its subsidiary companies provide employment for youths in the Niger-delta reion, while empowering thousands through the Goldcoast developmental foundation. The group currently operates from its headquarters in Bayelsa state and branch offices in Lagos and Abuja

He is passionate about creating wealth, as he is about actions that stimulate lasting and impactful change. Therefore with the launch of the Goldcoast developmental foundation, Moses sought to create a framework, one that would combine traditional charity and business acumen to drive self-sufficiency among young people. Wholly self-funded, the Goldcoast developmental Foundation aims to provide access to basic needs for the under privileged, while also empowering young people with skills for self-sufficiency.

The foundation is dedicated to three core areas which include Health, education and strategic youth development. This is based on Moses’ believe that these three areas provide the core of empowered living. The foundation programmes are currently focused within the Niger-Delta region of Nigeria.

As its founder, Moses galvanizes both local and international support for the foundation’s activities, while also incorporating all his companies’ corporate social responsibilities to support the foundation programmes and projects.

Born to Mr and Mrs Dickson of the Dickson family of Toru-Orua Town in Obu-ware Compound in Bulou-Orua Town in Bayelsa State with ancestry from the Oba Fidipote Royal family of Idewon in Ijebu-Ode Ogun State, in 1985. An Ijaw by birth, from Bayelsa State he was raised by his older brother from the age of 9. He had his primary school education at Police Children’s School, along Aggree road in port harcourt, Rivers State.

His brilliance earned him admission into the prestigious Bereton College and others culminating in his successful completion of the West African Examination Council (WAEC) and Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examinations.

Thereafter, he proceeded to the Niger Delta University where he earned his LLB degree. From there, he gained admission into the Nigerian Law School in Bwari , Abuja and was called to the Nigerian Bar as an advocate and solicitor to the Supreme Court of Nigeria. In service to his fatherland, he did his mandatory National Youth Service Corps and went on to the University of Bedfordshire in the United Kingdom where he earned his LLM (Distinction)in International Commercial Law and also subsequently in Harvard Division of Continuing Education,London School of Economics And Political Science. Moses Oruaze Dickson is married with children