Ziad K Abdelnour
Start-Up Saboteurs, A Book That Belongs On Every Entrepreneur’s Desk
Start-Up Saboteurs is a guide tailored well to suit every entrepreneur’s desk. Ziad K.Abdelnour crafts an anecdote of the wilful and mighty way of creating wealth. The secrets of some of the most prominent successful traits of the business and businessmen alike revealed by the man himself, Ziad K.Abdelnour.
Ziad Abdelnour, the author, is a Lebanese American investment banker based out of New York. His profile includes him being the President & CEO of Blackhawk Partners, Inc, apart from being a business author and a philanthropist. Start-Up Saboteurs’ purpose is to arm the entrepreneurs today and be equipped and capable of generating their own wealth. Ziad Abdelnour curates an inspirational account that will not only encourage entrepreneurs to drive their businesses forward but also deal with the multitude of inner struggles.
Ziad Abdelnour records his observations and tactics that rocks the boat in the big world of business. The book details the battles of countering incompetence, ego, limited thinking, and ignorance and channelizing all of their energies into producing wealth. The objective is to make the entrepreneurs independent and self-sufficient while making them understand the few real truths of the business world.
Abdelnour scripts an account of emotional and psychological backlogs. It can get in the way of being the master of one’s self-made kingdom. Venture capital is one of the most important aspects highlighted in the book. The existence of personal wealth as one of the must-haves is what he emphasizes. The book also points out the tossing effects of arrogance and lack of experience, which he coined to be “parked at the doors” to keep failures at bay.
Another critical aspect that Ziad Abdelnour discusses in the book is that of how entrepreneurs can keep emotional baggage out of the pipeline and keep the business as the topmost priority. The book also sheds light on the power of hindsight and how entrepreneurs with passion and zest must let customers look for their product and not the other way round.
The book also highlights what one can learn only from experience, and in this case, it is of the author. While he stresses venture capital, he also shares tricks on how to dodge the nervous trails. A section streamlines real-life expectations and negotiation skills that will come handy while the proposals are made across the table.
When one ventures out to start a new business, it is the passion and interest that keeps them going in the first place. Ziad Abdelnour, through instances in his book, marks this zeal which one needs to continue till the end to become a true-blue entrepreneur. The importance of selling and keeping at it is what the author discusses and keeps as one of the pivotal aspects. The idea of success is lucrative and lustful, but to keep at it is the challenge. Start-Up Saboteurs outlines the many shades of entrepreneurship and success just when one quests for a stepping stone.