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Business Coach and Author Ahmed Abdulbaqi Discusses Which Aspects A Business Owner Has Control Over
By: Ahmed Abdulbaqi
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia – April 20, 2018 – Ahmed Abdulbaqi, The Growth Coach franchise owner, and co-author of The Art Of Success with Jack Canfield, posted a new blog on his company website entitled "Will Your Business Be Uniquely Yours Or A Copy Cat," in which Mr. Abdulbaqi promotes and integrated perspective.
Abdulbaqi points out, "There is you, the market and your business." He continues adding, "You only have control over the first two of those items: yourself and your business. Unfortunately, the market is not under your control, which is a fact that most people don't want to admit. They live in a dream world."
According to Abdulbaqi, "When you look clearly and closely at the actions of many people who go into business, you will find that many of their actions are based on assumptions rather than facts." He elaborates, "Typically, you will see emotional behavior rather than behavior based on logic. That's because money is an emotional issue. And business is typically about making money. Therefore, the more emotional the action the more it reflects that the person is actually seeking money rather than seeking a way to serve with a product or service. In business, money should be viewed as a score in the score board. That's it."
"Building your unique business requires the involvement of all your faculties," Abdulbaqi says, "physical, emotional, mental and spiritual." He adds, "If more business owners were aware of this there might be many more businesses that stand the test of time. As it is, according to the US Small Business Administration, "84% of businesses that open today will not celebrate their fifth year." A harsh fact but still a very real one."
Read the entire blog at http://www.aathegrowthcoach.com/
About Ahmed Abdulbaqi
Ahmed always wanted to be a leader. From his early dreams of being a ship captain to a 13-year career as a pilot and experience as a business owner, Ahmed found himself striving for a career that would allow him to be part of a team while taking the initiative toward success. The Growth Coach Franchise delivered precisely the opportunity Ahmed was looking for. His current mission is to inspire business owners in creating Abundance.
Since Ahmed's previous experience taught him what works and what doesn't in the Middle East, he quickly recognized the brilliance of The Growth Coach proven process and system. By 2013, Ahmed signed with The Growth Coach and became a franchise owner serving the small business owner market in the Middle East with a focus in Saudi Arabia.
Ahmed's mission is to partner with winners throughout their journey in achieving success and fulfillment. In addition to owning his own Growth Coach franchise, Ahmed has also co-authored The Art Of Success with Jack Canfield
Before becoming a Growth Coach, Ahmed led a flight crew as pilot, studied finance and investing, and owned his own business-consulting firm in Saudi Arabia. As a Growth Coach, Ahmed's priority is on helping business leaders achieve success in business and balance in life.
About The Growth Coach
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