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    Young Cameroonian Author; Stanlee E Ngole, marries Economics and Philosophy in a book titled 'The Economy of Bliss: Core Values'


    Stanlee E. Ngole is a serial social and business entrepreneur as well as a personal development coach, member of the International Association of Certified Coaches.

    He currently holds a BA from the University of Buea and diplomas in Viral Marketing and life coaching from Ireland’s Shaw Academy and the Life Coach Training Institute of San Diego, respectively.

    Having always done business alongside his university studies, he has for several years operated in the fields of agribusiness, catering and show business, and is currently working on two sharing economy-friendly mobile applications with a team of entrepreneurs, all aimed at making life easier and cheaper for less privileged people.

    Besides his inclination for business, Stanlee Ngole is also a passionate humanitarian environmentalist as he founded the Tenpercent Africa Organization, an enterprise of grassroots human capital, which through teamwork and massive participation in development processes is spreading the culture of shared value and collective responsibility.

    He aspires to sustainably reduce poverty worldwide, a thing his first published book 'The Economy of Bliss: Core Values' is intimately part of.

    The Economy of Bliss: Core Values is a literary piece on economics and philosophy, the result of several years of diligent work.

    It is an embodiment of highly relevant information especially within the current context of our capitalist world.

    This masterpiece is available for purchase on Amazon, click HERE to purchase 

    With the help of a Visa card, you may obtain a soft copy at just $6,99, to be consumed on your phone or tablet.

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