The No.1 fear for every manager: having a non-contributor member as part of the team. A non-contributor is like a blood-sucking worm that just drains the team’s energy and success.
The last couple of days have been a mess on every single level. Lives have been changed to a degree where we are projecting cultural and social-economical impacts that will put a milestone mark in the history of humankind. One word will be spoken in the future to bring back flashbacks of the most recent dark times in the world: #CoronaVirus, a.k.a COVID-19.
CRISPIN MUDIBANGU ATUNAKU ADUNAGOW, son of NGEMIMUTEKU and MARIE UDIMBILA, was born on August 9, 1943, in SUNGU (MASI-MANIMBA, KWILU) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).He was the eldest of 2 children: Crispin Adunagow (Dad), and Jean Guhosagubi.Sadly, Crispin’s Father passed away when he was still very young. As tragic as such an event could be on a young child, it was not a roadblock in his life. Crispin was predestined for greatness and was a gifted child.Crispin went on in life and i
There are just a few things in the world that really gets me excited, and technology/electronics is one of them. I may not care much about whether I’m wearing a Sean John or driving a Porsche, but I do care on things that I use daily basis such as my phone.
Until mankind can master traveling to the moon on a regular basis, human-led space exploration of any kind should not be recommended nor invested in. The closest celestial body to earth needs to be conquered first with such efficiency that even commercial travel to its orbit will become a routine activity.
We’ve just released our Summer 2012 issue of ADUNAGOW Magazine. Wow! Great interviews with amazing people: Lunden De’Leon (CEO/Filmaker/Actress), Mem Ferda (My Favorite British bad-ass Villain Actor of all time!), and ChiChi Dike Emeson (CEO/Founder of MNIA, Inc.).
Looking forward on the upcoming JUL/AUG issue of ADUNAGOW Magazine, featuring an exclusive interview with the famous actor Mem Ferda who will be starring on “Pusher.”