Stella Akwudolu' s New Project Hibernation: The Incubation Period , Set For Release
Respected Africa's Global Philanthropist and Chairman UBA Group, Dr Tony Elumelu once ascribed the two great secrets of success to hard work and passion
On the later , he said " Passion for entrepreneurship and success is what keeps me going, it is what keeps me awake till late hours of the night, for a life of no passion is incomplete " he once told a gathering of several global youths
Now as if towing the Elumelu's lane, a young entrepreneur turned author is burning with idea's emanating from her burning Passion
This is talking about the young lady called Stella Akwudolu, of the StellaMaries Africans Ltd fame has again come out with a new book tagged -
Hibernation: The Incubation Period
The new intriguing read is a Cautionary Tale of Covid-19 Pandemic (Staying Positive) - a vision which was birthed out of the global events taking place presently.
According to information made available to World Leaders magazine, the work is written for such a time as this and for posterity which is aimed to act as encouragement on the lives of many in times of adversity as what the world just recently experienced
Inside the book, readers are guided in several ways to find encourage and speak positively to ourselves in such moments like the quarantine period.
• Akwudolu Stella : A brief Profile
Stella is a woman after God's heart. An Entrepreneur with writing and photography as her favourite hobbies.
She is passionate about impacting lives as a way of giving back to society, hence she volunteers for many NGO's and Charities where she teaches and mentors children/teenagers especially the girl child. She is a strategic thinker, compassionate and has great managerial skills.
This will be her second published book, first of which is titled : Nitty Gritty of Photography was published in 2018
On her take on this book, she divulged "Words have power. Their meaning crystallizes perceptions that shape our beliefs, drive our behaviour and ultimately create our world".
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