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Two Amazing Things That Will Surely Give Your Business The Competitive Advantage in 2018

The year 2017 is gradually winding up and expectedly, some businesses would have taken stock, while others will be gearing towards it.   The essence is to do a comprehensive assessment of how resources revolving around human, financial, and all other logistics necessary for running a profitable and seamless business were properly or underutilized.   At the end of the stocktaking, you will undoubtedly strategize or re-strategize depending on which one is applicable to your line of business, focusing all the while on your ROI.   You must have gone through the analytics from the auditors and if you are one for drinking the Kool-Aid which should be expected since you must have put your best brains in that sector, you will also be effectively closing the loop.   Whatever shortcomings you may discover should be regarded as water under the bridge since you can’t go back. You will rather be leveraging on that to enhance a smooth sailing and a secured competitive advantage for 2018.   To make 2018 a robust year for your business, you must start very early to unpack your secret sauce which bothers on the following two amazing things.   Capitalizing on 2017 social media…

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How Young Graduates Can Tip The Balance In The Looming World Food Crisis

It is definitely no doubt that food is a sustaining and enduring necessity. It is also true that most countries of the world are at their wits end in what to do to feed their teeming populations.   Scientists have taken steps to find a solution to this problem by embarking on the search for alternatives in the forms of artificial and synthetic foods but their efforts have not yielded the desired result yet.   Since our science and technology won’t do the magic yet, we have no other option than to embark on farming to feed the world.   The problem of providing enough food for the world is a mission and we must get people to come to our rescue.   But who is more fitted for this rescue mission?   Our young graduates, of course. They are our best bet for this rescue mission.   The reasons are not far-fetched: farming is an energetic activity and you need vibrant people, full of vigor and vitality to carry on this onerous task. It can’t be left for the old and weak. The beauty of the whole thing is that you don’t need a degree in agriculture to become…

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World War 3: Three Facts That Will Make The Human Form Go Into Extinction

After the two world wars, the world has become a bit more fragile to the extent that it might not be able to outlast another world war.   Apart from the two world wars, we have seen some other great wars such as the Mongol Conquests, Conquests by the Empire of Japan, the Russian Civil War, the American Civil War, and the Napoleonic Wars; all which have hit the world right, left, and center.   Of all the wars we have previously experienced, the second world war was taken to another dimension. This has to do with the brutality, wickedness, and the nature of weapons that were used to execute the war.   Where wars were fought for purposes of annexation and domination before, this particular war added the angle of totally eradicating a sect of people ( Jews ) from the surface of the earth. It was based on the premise that they were an inferior race and were not fit to live.   It was the second world war that idea of people being gassed as well as the atomic bomb of which Hiroshima and Nagasaki are memorable “relics” for us to see.   After all these very…

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Malaria:The Ultimate Guide To Its Eradication And Extinction

 Malaria cannot be confined by boundaries, having been found to affect people in all the continents of the world. Without much saying, it is very glaring that malaria as a disease has been a scourge to mankind. It is on records that the first officially known treatment of malaria came by the way of using quinine extracted from the bark of the “Cinchona” tree also known as the “Jesuits bark” in Viceregal Palace in Lima, Peru, in 1938. Quinine went on to become the only compelling treatment for malaria until the 1920’s. Scientists went into the laboratories all over the world trying to find a way of synthetically producing this “wonder” drug and in 1944, they were able to discover the structure of the alkaloid molecule C20H24N2O2. Variants of quinine have been produced since then, with some having serious side effects to the extent that their usages have been discouraged but the astounding thing is that the ravages of this disease have by no means abated to an appreciable degree. The World Health Organization (WHO), reported that nearly half of the world’s population is at a risk of malaria and that in 2015, there were roughly 212 million malaria cases…

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