ABUJA, Nigeria (PRWEB) May 14, 2015
Author Etim O. Uso’s 18-year old marriage breakdown has prompted him to ask, “Where did I, or we, go wrong?” In his attempt to answer that question, he deploys his analyses skill and problem solving technique in an effort to find a general solution to the perennial problems of modern-day marriage. “Marriage Is Not a Vision It Is a Strategy” (published by Xlibris) is inspired by his Uso’s failure to be a “good husband”.
Uso observes that all aspects of people’s lives have been disrupted by modern technology and the information revolution, and marriage is not an exception. Adding that unless couples do something about the battles that are raging inside the bedroom, Uso says that humans may be forced to choose between having a nation full of good husbands and good wives or the one full of great men and women. And he points out that the only way society can have both is if couples consciously align marriage with their strategic vision and purpose in life.
“The marriage institution has been disrupted due, largely, to the changed roles of modern women and can no longer meet the demand of our complex society,” Uso asserts, “What is required is innovation that aligns marriage with our goals and aspirations – not just a religious or social obligation.”
Combining experience and his analytical skills, Uso is able to point out that “Marriage Is Not a Vision It Is a Strategy;” and in order for that union to be happy and successful, planning and analyses before and after marriage is heavily required.
“Marriage Is Not a Vision It Is a Strategy”
By Etim O. Uso
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 86 pages | ISBN 9781503558632
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 86 pages | ISBN 9781503558649
E-Book | 86 pages | ISBN 9781503558656
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About the Author
Etim O. Uso, holds a Bachelor of Technology degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria. He has attended various accounting courses including financial accounting with Access Accounting Limited, Stradford St. Mary, Colchester, Essex, United Kingdom in 2001. He has also attended series of trainings on the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and was a regular columnist on IFRS for Nigeria’s Businessday Newspaper in 2012. Uso holds a Certificate in Entrepreneurial Management (CEM) from the Enterprise Development Centre (EDC) of the Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos, and was a contributor to the Nigeria Leadership Initiative’s (NLI) White Papers (Volume 2, 2013) on reform of the Nigerian Tax System. He is a father of three boys.
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