Born to a minister and his wife in a small town in South Africa under the apartheid regime, Max Mabuti had a rough start. One night, masked terrorists burst into their home and beat his mother and father, crushed his grandfather’s skull with a baseball bat, and kidnapped and raped his older sister. Max became a hot-headed, angry child. To relieve his anger, he joined a boxing gym, where he learned discipline and the art of boxing-skills that would carry him to success in life.
Fast-forward to today, and Max is a successful entrepreneur and owner of the award winning Flat-Foot Engineering, a leading South African company that employs next-generation technology to supply, install, and repair boilers and steam lines, laundry and kitchen equipment, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, as well as autoclaves and backup power generators. Max built his company based on the principles he learned in boxing, and in this book, he shares those secrets with other budding entrepreneurs.