GAINESVILLE, Fla., Oct. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Since the beginning of his career more than 60 years ago, Bert Williams has been solving problems that baffled others. Now using an assumed name to protect his family, Williams has penned his second book offering solutions to much of the world's problems.
Our Uncivilized World Will Continue Until All Persons Provide Needed Help To Each Other! follows on the heels of 21st Century Humans Must Replace All Government Officials With Global Resources Managers. Both books are designed as an effort to reduce global suffering and creating a more heavenly earth by developing a management system instead of the governance of nations.
Williams spent his career inside and outside government. He worked in Gen. Douglas MacArthur's headquarters during the Second World War and at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation on the renowned first manned space capsule – the Mercury. Later, he assisted analysts in the intelligence community learn how to use desktop computers for performing their daily tasks. In many of these positions, Williams received privileged information and an insider's perspective about the workings of the federal government, corporations and political organizations. While working at the McDonnell Corporation he received the nickname "Answer Man" for his problem-solving abilities.
When he retired in 1987, Williams focused on solving global human problems of the 21st century.
His books are designed to change the perspectives of world officials who could eliminate unemployment problems by working two eight-hour shifts instead of one and thereby creating and maintaining a friendlier global society.
21st Century Humans Must Replace All Government Officials With Global Resources Managers, published in 2013, is a unique and in-depth look at how nations and their residents have become mired in global miseries because of governments, economics, social and international difficulties and practices.
Our Uncivilized World Will Continue Until All Persons Provide Needed Help To Each Other! picks up where the previous book stops, presenting an inventory of worldwide miseries likely to persist until national officials spend less time and national resources on trying to remain in office rather than on improving the lives of citizens.
To learn more about Bert Williams and his books, go to his website, www.ouruncivilizedworld.com.
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