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MK (Mohammed) Elkhamissy is the General Manager of Operations at one of the leading construction contracting groups in the Middle East. His group has a turnover of over $650 million a year. He currently lives in Qatar where he’s overseeing construction of an underground theme park. MK spent twenty years training to be a professional soccer player, only to discover he wasn’t talented enough to be an elite athlete. He graduated from George State University as 9/11 struck and no one would even look at his resume because his name was Mohammed. He eventually broke into low-income housing and became a managing partner in one of the leading real estate consulting companies in Georgia. Now he’s an angel investor on a mission to teach young people about the real meaning of success and freedom and how to obtain them.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:

  • How MK shifted his mindset away from becoming a professional soccer player (4:18)
  • What attracted MK to real estate (7:52)
  • How MK found his incredible mentor (8:50)
  • Why rejection is under appreciated (14:30)
  • Why failure doesn’t matter (19:08)
  • What it means to be the general manager of operations (19:57)
  • Why you should be a practical optimist (26:07)
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