When stepping into a new industry, one can get confused and know what to do or where to start. One can lose focus on his goals. In such a situation, one of the best ways to stay determined and focus is to look for the industry’s influencing celebrities. These celebrities can help you clear your mind and understand what you need to do and what you are going to need to acquire it. We are talking about one of such celebrities Ahmad Mahmud and what advice he gives for a successful business.
Palestinian Ahmad Mahmud is one of the greatest businessmen in the real estate industry. Although he is from Germany, later came to Dubai to do business. Here he invested in the real estate field and is making millions now. Not only Ahmad invested in houses but also a lot in barbershops. He is the owner of almost every barbershop in Dubai right now. At such a young age he achieved what most people only dream of.
Want to become like him? There is no doubt that Ahmad Mahmud is an inspiration for many. To become successful like him, he shared some simple points with the public.
- One of the first things he focuses on is to treat clients and customers with gratitude and respect. The most important thing in your project should be the client’s satisfaction. How can you achieve it? Listen to their requirements attentively, understand them, offer them exactly what they need, let them understand what your ways are, and do not try to fool them in any way.
- Second, value the houses with more amenities especially the ones with high-end technologies. Today is the era of modern technologies and many people prefer modern tech homes. More than location, they focus on the kind of AI facilities a home can provide.
- Last but not least, make your business flexible enough. It means to not only work for luxurious things but also take count of simple basic things. In the real estate industry, if you are going for high tech or good location houses, also work for the houses with basic facilities. In this case, you will be able to deal with every kind of customer i.e., middle-class, high-class.