Doctors are mostly thought of as extremely well educated individuals who have a lot of education and who strive their whole lives to provide each of their patients with the very best care possible. They are not necessarily thought of as people that might explore other avenues of productivity and success. However, that is what Carlos Alberto de Oliveira Andrade has done.
It started in 1979 when Carlos Alberto de Oliveira Andrade officially became an entrepreneur. It was at that time that he cleverly made a deal with a car dealership that owed him a vehicle. He had already made a down payment on a Ford Landau when the dealership that he bought it from went bust. They could not afford to deliver him the vehicle. Dr. Carlos decided that he would make them an offer to compromise. He wanted to take over the entire bankrupt dealership in exchange for letting them off the hook on the money that he put on that down payment.
It is no surprise that the dealership agreed to the terms of the deal, and the new company known as CAOA was created. These letters are connected to the initials of Carlos Alberto de Oliveira Andrade. He was now in business.
It took Dr. Carlos just six years from the moment he acquired that dealership until he was able to turn it around and make it the largest Ford dealership in the entire country of Brazil. More good fortune would come his way when the country created a law that opened up the opportunity to import foreign vehicles that had previously been banned. It was with that new law that Dr. Carlos and company was able to enjoy a more robust success in the form of even more sales from his dealership. These are the kind of things that can happen when you are someone who puts your success at the top of your priorities list. Dr. Carlos certainly has.
Some may think that a doctor cannot do much more beyond the practice of medicine, but that is just not the case. Dr. Carlos has proven that through his life example, and others are sure to follow.
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