About Bashar J Katou
From as far back as I can remember I have been a dreamer. Even as a very young child I spoke about being larger than life and taking all burdens off my family. Living in the war torn country of Iraq my family and friends often laughed at my ideas and thought I was a just a silly little boy dreaming of bigger opportunities than life could ever offer. But I knew somewhere in my soul was the fight and hunger to achieve my dreams! 
 
At age 10 my family found themselves in the middle of a war. We could not plan one day to the next let alone long term, as we never knew if we would be alive by that time. At age 16 my family made the best decision of my life and we fled to the United States. After arriving here I began to realize that all my dreams of becoming something great were now completely possible. My little dreams suddenly turned in to huge goals!
At age 19 I started my first business with help from my family. I thought I knew what I was doing, I had the idea that if I just worked hard enough and never gave up I would be successful. I quickly realized I didn't know what I was doing. I had bills to meet, a lot of debt and I had invested a chunk of my families savings I could never pay back. I spent a lot of time crying as I watched my dreams crash in around me. With this massive failure I started to question myself and my dreams, maybe I was just a dreamer.

What I learned is that becoming a dreamer is great but unless you learn how to make those dreams a reality, you might as well be asleep.
I still could not see myself quieting. I knew I needed to be more careful. My family was struggling and I needed to help not be more of a burden on my family. I knew I had to keep a positive attitude and remind myself that every struggle was only a temporary state of mind. I learned that nothing is easy in life, no matter where you live, you have to fight to succeed and once you succeed your success if much more fulfilling and appreciated after a failure.

I spent about 4 years digging myself out of a hole because I approached my business with no planning, no education, no back ground. 

 
I began to learn, learn where I went wrong, learn how to do better next time and spend more time preparing myself on an educational and emotional level before jumping in to my next venture. I realized I needed to research and plan before I jumped in to business again. Dreams are not a one way path to execution. You must take your dream and turn it in to an idea through research and planning long before you execute. Your planning needs to include a process to follow in good times and bad to protect your finances and your dreams. there is always a 50/50 chance of failure no matter what your business is so you must always have an exit plan.

I also learned to separate my emotions from my business. Businesses are not designed to work off emotions they must be ran with a clear mind and a clear process. This lead me to realizing that I needed to spend more time working on my business not in my business. when you spend all your time working in your business it might as well be a job, and you will begin to hate it. You must learn to delegate daily task and allow yourself to see the big picture. You must free up your time to handle the large crisis and leave the small stuff to your staff. This was a long hard lesson for me. I operated the business for 4 years and in the end it did succeed, not where I wanted it to be but it did okay. The experience is what really changed me. I learned so much from struggling and failing over and over.

Today I have found my place in business and in life and after all my struggles I want to help others avoid the same costly mistakes and heartache. You can be successful in business and have the life you want! You just need to follow the path of turning those dreams in to a reality. I here to help guide you, and as your mentor you can count on me to be there every step of the way. 
If you want to learn how I went from 150k in debt to earning multiple 7 figures within 2 years, click the link below!
About Bashar J Katou
From as far back as I can remember I have been a dreamer. Even as a very young child I spoke about being larger than life and taking all burdens off my family. Living in the war torn country of Iraq my family and friends often laughed at my ideas and thought I was a just a silly little boy dreaming of bigger opportunities than life could ever offer. But I knew somewhere in my soul was the fight and hunger to achieve my dreams! 
 
At age 10 my family found themselves in the middle of a war. We could not plan one day to the next let alone long term, as we never knew if we would be alive by that time. At age 16 my family made the best decision of my life and we fled to the United States. After arriving here I began to realize that all my dreams of becoming something great were now completely possible. My little dreams suddenly turned in to huge goals!
At age 19 I started my first business with help from my family. I thought I knew what I was doing, I had the idea that if I just worked hard enough and never gave up I would be successful. I quickly realized I didn't know what I was doing. I had bills to meet, a lot of debt and I had invested a chunk of my families savings I could never pay back. I spent a lot of time crying as I watched my dreams crash in around me. With this massive failure I started to question myself and my dreams, maybe I was just a dreamer.

What I learned is that becoming a dreamer is great but unless you learn how to make those dreams a reality, you might as well be asleep.
I still could not see myself quieting. I knew I needed to be more careful. My family was struggling and I needed to help not be more of a burden on my family. I knew I had to keep a positive attitude and remind myself that every struggle was only a temporary state of mind. I learned that nothing is easy in life, no matter where you live, you have to fight to succeed and once you succeed your success if much more fulfilling and appreciated after a failure.

I spent about 4 years digging myself out of a hole because I approached my business with no planning, no education, no back ground. 

 
I began to learn, learn where I went wrong, learn how to do better next time and spend more time preparing myself on an educational and emotional level before jumping in to my next venture. I realized I needed to research and plan before I jumped in to business again. Dreams are not a one way path to execution. You must take your dream and turn it in to an idea through research and planning long before you execute. Your planning needs to include a process to follow in good times and bad to protect your finances and your dreams. there is always a 50/50 chance of failure no matter what your business is so you must always have an exit plan.

I also learned to separate my emotions from my business. Businesses are not designed to work off emotions they must be ran with a clear mind and a clear process. This lead me to realizing that I needed to spend more time working on my business not in my business. when you spend all your time working in your business it might as well be a job, and you will begin to hate it. You must learn to delegate daily task and allow yourself to see the big picture. You must free up your time to handle the large crisis and leave the small stuff to your staff. This was a long hard lesson for me. I operated the business for 4 years and in the end it did succeed, not where I wanted it to be but it did okay. The experience is what really changed me. I learned so much from struggling and failing over and over.

Today I have found my place in business and in life and after all my struggles I want to help others avoid the same costly mistakes and heartache. You can be successful in business and have the life you want! You just need to follow the path of turning those dreams in to a reality. I here to help guide you, and as your mentor you can count on me to be there every step of the way. 
If you want to learn how I went from 150k in debt to earning multiple 7 figures within 2 years, click the link below!