Economist inspires career success with ‘THRIVE’
An economist and financial expert, Catherine Enaohwo, has unveiled a book titled: ‘Thrive’ to engage and inspire the younger generation of Nigerians to be successful.
Enaohwo said, the book, written in rich in entertainment style will be launched next month and is intended to spur its readers across all socio-economic classes and age brackets to greater success in their chosen careers.
The unveiling of the book is planned to coincide with her 40th birthday celebration in Lagos.
The work contains 12 chapters on the various principles that should guide young people in achieving their ultimate goals in life.
Some chapters of the book, which are already available at Amazon.com, are aimed at making the present and future generations realise that there are no limits to how much they can achieve and how far they can go.
Catherine pointed out that the philosophy behind the writing of the book and the choice of its title, stemmed from the quest to move from the known to the unknown.
“The known meaning of ‘Thrive’ is to grow and increase stature; or to grow vigorously and luxuriantly; or to flourish, increase in wealth, prosper, and be profitable,” Enaohwo explained.
She is an alumnus of Wits Business School in South Africa and the New York Institute of Finance, United States, as well as Ambassador for Peace of the Universal Peace Federation; an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) in special consultative status with the United Nations (UN).
She also a ‘Fellow’ of the Institute of Chartered Economists of Nigeria (ICEN), the Chartered Institute of Professional Financial Managers (USA) and the Institute of Professional Financial Consultants (Nigeria), as well as a council member of the Chartered Institute of Professional Financial Managers (CIPFM), West Africa.
She said to make significant contributions to humanity requires that one learns some skills, hire some skills, or partner with people who have certain skills, resources, or advantages you don’t have
“The book is about my perspective on success, what it really means and how it can be achieved,” she added.