You don’t have to be the next Fairuz or Michael Jackson to have a successful creative business. Daoud Kakish share tips on how to live the dream in our latest podcast. In our modern world, your market is no longer your neighbourhood. Your market is the world, and carving out a niche for your business helps you build a customer base. Listen to our podcast to learn more.
Listen to an interview with Daoud Ghannam, the Founder and CEO of Umake in Ramallah. We hear how Daoud made the decision to step into the world of entrepreneurship and how he stays motivated, productive, and finds inspiration in others who share their ideas.
A lot of entrepreneurs struggle with profitability. Maybe it’s time for you to look at how you calculate profit in a whole new way. Daoud Kakish shares how he calculates profit for his successful business, and why he never treats profits as left overs.
In this podcast, Daoud Kakish shares why entrepreneurs should focus first on building profit in their business. He gives practical advice on how to make that a habit.
Most entrepreneurial ventures fail. But there are different models of entrepreneurship and you can improve your likelihood of success if you understand what kind of entrepreneur you are and what that means. Daoud Kakish helps you navigate the different models.
Your area of unique ability is where you add the most value to your team and customers, and brings you energy and financial success. Are you spending your time working in the area of your Unique Ability? How do you know? This podcast highlights two exercises you can do to figure out what your Unique Ability is and how to use it to succeed in your business and in life.
Your Unique Ability and Money Quadrant is like a mental map that lets you see where you are today in relation to where you want to be. In this podcast, Daoud Kakish introduces you to the concept and walks you through how to find it and use it.
In this podcast, Daoud Kakish explains that successful entrepreneurs measure themselves by looking backwards to see how far they’ve come, not by how far they have to go to reach their ideals.