Udo Moses Williams, PhD, commenced his work experience in the University of Calabar in 1978 and later joined the Nigerian Foreign Service where he served in various capacities, including as Nigeria's Ambassador Extra-Ordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Congo. Dr. Williams has written three books: The Nigerian Diplomatic Practice: A guide (2004); The Nigerian Diplomatic Practice: A revision (2005); and the Philippine Presidency (2007). His wife, Mrs. Eno Udo Williams, a public relations expert, is a graduate of the University of Lagos and also has a degree in Linguistics from France. Her work experience includes a stint as Assistant Manager in Sprint and later as Sales Manager in Tempo both in Quebec, Canada. She is a committed Christian, wife and mother. Udo and his wife, Eno, live in Canada. His father died when he was four years old, which denied him the benefit of formal education but with only 400 dollars as investment capital he built a conglomerate with interests spanning the globe. How did Cosmas and Charity Maduka create the Coscharis phenomenon despite the challenges inherent in their background and the vicissitudes of a developing country? Unarguably one Nigerian whose entrepreneurial skills have touched virtually every sector of the Nigerian economy. - The Sun. I sincerely want to encourage the youth to read this book as a motivational guide and as an encyclopaedia of how to grow success and wealth. - Professor Ibidapo Obe FASFA Eng, OFR, Former Vice Chancellor, University of Lagos (2002-2007). This book is something that all of us, young and old, accomplished and aspiring, should read. The lives of these two souls shine forth with the love of God, shine forth with courage, honesty, determination, humility and kindness. - Brian Browne, Former US Consul-General, Lagos, Nigeria.