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When young Mokhtar lived for a year in Yemen with his grandfather, what influences did the experience have on Mokhtar? How did these influences affect Mokhtar’s outlook and future actions?

This question encourages readers to view Mokhtar’s year in Yemen as a pivotal moment in his life. He began to deeply admire Yemeni culture, and he viewed his grandfather as a wise figure. Mokhtar resolved to develop a strong and ambitious work ethic like his grandfather.

What skills and life lessons did Mokhtar learn while working jobs as a teenager and young adult? How did these skills aid and direct him in later pursuits?

This question compels readers to examine the importance of Mokhtar’s personal and professional development during his early jobs. The moral scruples, business sense, and interpersonal skills were instrumental in shaping and directing his later pursuits.

What factors initially drew Mokhtar to the idea of becoming a coffee exporter? How did these factors shape the way that Mokhtar approached the business?

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