At the peak of the global economic meltdown, veteran professor of economics, Ola Williams, is invited to address world leaders, economists, financial analysts and other pertinent experts at the World Economic Summit in Geneva.
Known for his proven economic theories and brilliant postulates, expectations are high that his carefully researched data and in-depth analysis would chart a course that can be followed through to solve the looming economic problem that has swept through major economies of the world.
It is 8:15PM and Professor Williams is welcomed to the podium with a rousing applause that takes a little while to die down. The hall is soon in perfect silence. Professor Williams clenches the sides of the lectern with both hands; he has no notes, no slides, no charts, no graphs, just a warm smile on his 76-year-old face, and a heart that is ready to speak.
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About the Author
For me, nothing holds more prospects than a blank sheet. Depending on what comes on it, it could save a life or destroy a soul; it could start a new home or end an old marriage; it could spell the difference between soaring high and sinking low; in plain terms, it could either give life—nice and warm—or bring death—cold and pale. But while the sheet is blank, the choice remains with us. I believe strongly in The Written Word.