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Blue Rose Proudly Presents- Legends Over Generations by Ashraf Haggag



LOOK BACK AND LISTEN TO HISTORY, IT HAS SUCCESSFUL STORIES TO TELL
Life stories of legends across generations
                                                                       
After decades of being in the hospitality field I never thought that I would become an Author. For the past thirty years my job entitled me to travel across different parts of the world from the northern cold part of the globe down to the hot tropical weather in Africa. From the fast paced life in America to the ancient traditions of Asia, living and being exposed to the diversity of culture has encouraged me to share the experience through writing which lead up to the thought of highlighting on the historical legends and leaders from different parts of the globe with their stories and struggles.
Genius minds contributed to various life aspects science, politics, literature, arts, social activities and so many other fields. They put a keen interest in every phenomenon right from when they were young. The zeal, passion, dedication, hard work and the effort they put in their work helped them discover something new about the world we live in. Great philosophers and masterminds that existed from the ancient Greek era to the present day. This book commemorates the greatest personalities we’ve ever seen who impacted the world.
Ashraf Haggag has spent nearly three decades in the corporate business world. He currently works as a senior executive in the hospitality industry. Haggag has direct experience in many different aspects of business, including sales, marketing, revenue management, and administration. Having worked in Germany, the United States, Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia, his global experiences have helped him realize that companies must target new market zones in order to grow and prosper in the international marketplace. He is eager to bring enhanced cross-cultural awareness to today’s business leaders.

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