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Scaling Your Business Successfully and Ethically – Mario Nawfal

Scaling Your Business Successfully and Ethically – Mario Nawfal pt 1

Many of our listeners have their own businesses, are starting their own businesses and are possibly trying to scale their businesses. But often, it is road that is filled with potholes, pitfalls, and dangers that you do not even know exist. It is situations like these that will test your Faith. It will test your willingness to continue. They will test your resolve.

My guest today specializes in helping you to succeed through strategic partnerships. Mario Nawfal started off selling blenders door to door with only $300 in his bank account. Today, runs several multi-million dollar companies in a wide variety of industries including e-commerce, consulting and also in the block chain industry.

Mario Nawfal is the founder of the Athena Group of Companies, a business conglomerate that operates in more than 40 countries. He is here today to tell us about how he can help you to succeed, grow and take your business to the next level.

Help me welcome to the program, Mario Nawfal. Mario, thank you for taking the time out of your schedule to visit with us today. I do appreciate it.

Now, the first question I have for you is to tell us about how you got started down this path. I talked briefly about starting selling door to door. Tell us about those days and how you transitioned into starting what you are doing now.

How important is accountability in business?  There is a difference between accountability and responsibility, correct?

Not every country is the same. We have listeners all over the world. How can you help people in different cultures succeed in business designed for their culture and not necessarily in a western culture?

You talk about building systems and processes. How can someone design their business processes if they are just starting off?

Many businesses focus on growing their customer base.  But you help businesses to focus on their existing customer base. You call it a “customer-centric attitude.” Can you explain that to our listeners?

What about branding? That is a popular topic today. 

If someone wanted to get in touch with you, to ask a question, apply for your co-CEO offer or possibly to do an interview such as this, how can they do that? How should someone get in touch with you?




Google: “Mario Nawfal” and you will see all of his contact information from various sources!

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