Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor autobiography: Part three

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Khalaf Al Habtoor: throughout the years

Khalaf Al Habtoor with HH Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum and engineer Yusef Shalabi reviewing plans at the Dubai Petroleum Complex in the early 1980s.

Sunday, 11 Nov 2012 10:45 AM
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Posted by: Kaoutar

Hi
Where can I order it from ?
I have trouble finding it on UK websites.
And I am desperate to start reading it ASAP.
Let me know of any addresses you may have for UK orders.
Thanks
Kaoutar

Posted by: Faisal Ansari

Currently reading the book and so far I have nothing but higher regard and respect for this amazing man.

I would encourage anyone looking for inspiration in personal or professional life to read this beautiful story.

Posted by: none

mr habtoors book is excellent ! its funny , honest and shows his love for his country and his great pride in his massive acheivements. He has done so well from such a simple background and look what he has acheived !
i have had the pleasure of meeting him and he was very respectful and humble he deserves the respect of all of us he is an example of success and giving back to his country and has not forgotten the opportunity his country has given him. God bless you Khalaf

The book is very well writen and enjoyable

Posted by: Vaillo

Great I would love to get the hard copy asap.

Posted by: Pierre Chamas

I was lucky to have read the book entirely. Congratulations to Mr. Al Habtoor on life achievments and an auto biography very well written. I have admired his success in business, life, community and family.

Mr Al Habtoor story shows what we call impossible does not exist in great leaders minds. He has also shared stories of failed busineses but demonstrated the learnings out of each experience. Mr. Al Habtoor is great contributor to eduction in the UAE and the ME. however, he is also a live exemple of outstanding achiever with very basic school education but a great learner from his own experience.

I highly recommend reading his story and would love to have the honor of meeting him in person any time soon.

Pierre

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