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Ashraf Haggag

Ashraf Haggag has spent nearly three decades in the corporate business world. He currently works as a senior executive in the hospitality industry.
Haggag has direct experience in many different aspects of business, including sales, marketing, revenue management, and administration. Having worked in Germany, the United States, Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia, his global experiences have helped him realize that companies must target new market zones in order to grow and prosper in the international marketplace. He is eager to bring enhanced cross-cultural awareness to today’s business leaders.
 

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13/04/2018
 
„In these Legends, we’ve seen puzzling capacities that helped us characterize our reality and human life.“
In these Legends, we’ve seen puzzling capacities that helped us characterize our reality and human life. Their names are engraved in the sands of time for their work in the welfare of humanity with various innovations that have made our lives simple, charming and effective. The accompanying parts recognize the best identities we’ve ever observed who changed the world.
They are among the most compelling individuals of the present world. With handy favorable circumstances in different perspectives, they have helped us to grow a superior comprehension of the world and diverse working wonder’s that oversees us. Their method for forming current culture is totally unrivaled.
 
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Book Excerpt

26/03/2018
 
„Passion tops the list because “if you love what you’re doing, it will be so much easier to develop the other seven success traits.“
Welcome to TRB Lounge. Today, I’d like to welcome author Ashraf Haggag, for sharing with us the excerpt from his upcoming non-fiction Legends Over Generations. Read ahead to get a sneak-peek into this insightful new release.
Hard work is necessary in any field, but it’s important to live while you work. There is no link between success and hours worked however Successful people aren’t workaholics; they’re “work frolics” because they perform and live normally their daily life.
 
Source: The Reading Bud