Joseph Philip Abue
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Birthday: March 8, 1978
Education: Bsc Accounting (200 level)
Occupation: Student


What is your vision of a world that works for everyone?
‘If the world is not big enough for everyone, then everyone wouldn’t be in the world’. A world that works for everybody is a world that accommodates, irrespective of where we come from. A world that is free from terrorism, ethnicity, racism, epidemic, boarders and corruption.

What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
The pressing problem facing the world today are Insecurity, Terrorism, Corruption, HIV/AIDS, Epidemics.

How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
‘There are no bad soldiers but bad officers’ The people are assumed to be blind and need to be led across the street, some leaders would lead but only a half way, some don’t consider it their duty to lead at all because of the assumption that the people are blind. Some of these problems are natural and cannot be stopped but can be checked, thanks to technological break through. However, the people need to be oriented on what is theirs and what is required of them.

My name is Joseph Philip Abue but fondly called ‘JP’ by friends and family. I was born in Port-Harcourt, from Ogoja local Area of Cross River State. I’m the first child of six children,

My dream is to help those who are not privileged to the beauty of education and the ability to think and associate like leaders.

My goal in life is to be a person whose integrity, passion and respect for people will unite those around me and everywhere I go. I’ve not traveled outside my country but within, I’ve almost gone North, South, East and West. Albeit I dream of traveling out to learn about other people and their culture just as much as I wish others would come to learn about my people and culture.

I love reading books that would enhance my knowledge about the world and people.

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Books Completed:

  • As A Man Thinketh
  • Jonathan Livingston Seagull
  • The New Dynamics of Winning
  • Psycho Cybernetics 2000
  • Success through a Positive Mental Attitude
  • Real Magic
  • Giant Steps
  • Keys to Success
  • What to say when you talk to your self
  • Nonviolent Communication
  • The Law of Attraction
  • Unlimited Power
  • The Power Of Intention
  • Goal Setting 101
  • Leadership For Dummies
  • Goal Mapping
  • The Art and Craft of Creative Writing feature Articles
  • The Ecology of Commerce
  • You can't eat GNP; Economics as if Ecology matters
  • What God Wants
  • Built to Last
  • Change the World
  • Full Steam Ahead
  • Open Book Management
  • Difficult Conversations
  • How to make Collaboration Work
  • 30 Lies About Money
  • Rich Dad Poor Dad
  • The Great Game of Business
  • The Autobiography of Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Black Skin, White Masks
  • The Leadership Pill
  • Indigo Child
  • Confession of an Economic Hit Man
  • The Power of Failure
  • The Attractor Factor
  • The Grip of Death
  • The Debt Virus
  • You Just Don’t Understand
  • Development as Freedom

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