Ramy Ballout San Francisco, California
Entrepreneurship Coach, Business Coach, Leadership Coach
Leadership, Strategy Execution, Leading Teams & Organizations, Negotiation, Career Management, Business Mapping, Sales Mastery, Networking Mastery
- San Francisco, California 94108
- Gender: Male
In 1993, my father gave me a book titled “Awaken the Giant Within” by Tony Robbins. I was 12 years old and my life seemed to change forever. I was addicted to reading books that would empower people into doing extraordinary things in life, believing that we all possessed an incredible uniqueness and potential that I could help extract both from myself and from those around me.
For years I read books, attended seminars, and saved up money to train myself with some of the most incredible business brains and masters of apprenticeship I could get myself surrounded with.
Being born in the San Francisco Bay Area and raised in it for the majority of my early life and career meant that I witnessed and took part in incredible disruption that the world had never seen before.
I also however, was around to witness the first crash of the bubble from 2000-2002 and later in 2007-2009 and at each time I was working in technology either selling hardware or implementing software during the latter years.
Seeing an opportunity to join forces with my father in Mt. Lebanon after a little over a year with MySpace, we built and grew what is now one of the most prestigious boutique resorts in the world. Going up against names like the Hilton, Sheraton, and Intercontinental meant we needed to stay relevant or dissolve and decease.
Building a team from the ground up to a multi-million dollar company was an incredible experience for me and one which led me to pursue an Executive MBA at INSEAD (ranked #1 Business School in the world by the Financial Times) in 2015.
Often referred to as a “Business Doctor” by many of my clients, I learned business by sheer experience from sub-zero levels and up and was valedictorian of my graduating class which to me was one of the highest moments of my personal and professional life.
Whether we work together or not, my best piece of advice for you is:
Respect the Process!
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