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a little about

One of the most in-demand strategists on marketing, business modernisation, and higher performance in the world.

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For the past two decades WESAM FAWZI has served as a strategist and provided professional services and products to leading multinational corporations, government and small business around the world. What began as a young person’s desire to help business people transform has grown into Wesams’ lifelong crusade as he is called on by influential business leaders, senior members of government, multinational corporations, first to third world government agencies, small business, high profile individuals and non-profit organisations that reach millions of people in the world.

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“His experience and know-how will move you and your business up a few levels and help you to serve your clients and community in a much more profound and high impact way”

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After surviving a near death car accident in 2001, Wesam received what he calls “life’s too short alarm,” a second chance. Inspired by his father and a wise old gentleman who rescued him, he quickly turned his life around because they gave him rational, logical and honest-to-goodness reasons to be grateful and go on. Since then, he has dedicated his life to family first, after that doing what he’s deeply passionate about – helping amazing people to reach new heights in business, income and profits, and using the wins in one area of their lives to push a further step forward in another and create a positive impact in the world.

As an entrepreneur, strategist and investor, Fawzi has worked hands-on with clients in over 200 different industries and sales fields helping them to achieve exceptional results, at soaring fees, in defiance of economic downturns. Wesam moves with remarkable ease from one industry to the next applying his “strategic wizardry” – proving that his “multi-approaching methods” are universally applicable. His breakthrough strategies and methods transfer easily from one to the other.

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“Our business added a further 1,300,000 to our bottom line that quarter”

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Wesam is relentless about providing real-world usable action strategies and methods. He lives and breathes what he teaches, and practises what he preaches. It is no surprise that his clients include everything from start-up entrepreneurs and small business to multibillion dollar organisations across the globe.
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Kiddie Lessons Inspired a Dream

I remember my first kiss, do you? Now I’m not saying I have a super memory or anything like that, but I do clearly remember certain events that impacted my life. Starting out in business is one of those.

I remember my first business transaction was at age 9. I remember the talk I had with my dad about asking him to loan me the money I needed to restore this rusty bike that I found in a junk yard. I remember I sold that bike for a handsome 135% profit. I remember who I sold it to, and what that whole experience felt like. I loved restoring that red and silver bike. I remember my dad asking me what I was learning from the experience while I worked on it in our garage! I remember the 4 things we talked about. Are you curious to find out what they were? If you are reading this then I think you are… I know I’d want to know.

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“His experience and know-how will move you and your business up a few levels and help you to serve your clients and community in a much more profound and high impact way”

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First lesson, I loved what I was doing, that’s why I worked on it so hard and finished it to the highest standards possible. Second, I learned that talking about it with other kids while I was working on it helped me to sell it. Talking about it seemed to spread the news quickly between others who were interested in bikes. That’s how I found my first customer Eddie. Third, I learned a lot from asking questions and then listening to what people said, that helped me immensely too. Fourth, I learned that adding that second mirror over and above what I promised Eddie, got him so excited he told a whole lot more kids, who all wanted to meet me and know more – I learned that it truly helps to over deliver.

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“He brings with him level thinking, quiet confidence and a deep understanding of working with people to help achieve success”

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Little did I know that this rusty bike, I so loved restoring, would be the seed I planted that would sprout so many more business interests in the future.

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A LITTLE INSIGHT

My needs – family, friends and why I do what I do… and ice-cream and chocolate too

Some things never change – I discovered a passion for tinkering with cars at age 5, still love it

First independent business transaction at age 9 – rescued and rebuilt a rusty bike I sourced in a junk yard. Loved the experience of entrepreneurship so much, it stuck with me

First happy customer, age 9 – Eddie who bought the bike I rebuilt

First business profit – 135%, sold the first bike I totally loved building

First business loan and investment – spray cans, sand paper, tyres and tubes, chrome polish, ball bearings, pedals, riding gloves, seat and mirrors

First business loss, not – bought a broken cassette player. Tried to save it, failed but learnt a lot. Also built my first mechanical car out of it, then gave it to a sick friend who was inspired to go build things after that

Childhood years – grew up and lived in Sydney, Australia, then moved to Cairo, Egypt for a few years. What a change that was… massive experience

Freedom to the max – experienced the highs as a kid building things, selling them and riding my yellow banana skate board. Still love that board

First major family challenge was at age 11 – nearly lost my mum… lots of mixed experiences including moving overseas with my family, to save my mothers life

Failures / mistakes / heartbreaks – some really scary and some hurt to the core, but still wouldn’t change a thing

Stretching situations – they knocked me around but shaped me, showed me true friendships and helped me discover the purpose of my life

From task master to best friend, hero and mentor – my father who believed in family and doing more good for people (rest in peace Dad, love you)

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