Few names world over have become as synonymous with real estate as Hussain Sajwani’s has in the last two decades. The company he founded, DAMAC Properties, forever revolutionized the residential housing industry in the United Arab Emirates. By providing lavish housing largely targeted at foreigners, DAMAC was not only able to open up a new segment in the UAE housing market, but also spark off the property boom that Dubai is so famous for today.
However, DAMAC’s success stems from more than just catering to luxury. The company’s current high standing in real estate circles derives largely from Hussain Sajwani’s entrepreneurial nous and ability to form strategic relationships.
Hussain Sajwani’s entrepreneurial journey began in the food industry close to four decades ago. Running this business was not an easy task. The food industry was quite competitive and marked by low margins. However, taking note of America’s strong military presence in the Middle East at the time, Mr. Sajwani ingeniously kept the business going by acquiring U.S. Army catering contracts. His food catering business is now part of DAMAC Group and thrives to this day.
Hussain Sajwani’s greatest entrepreneurial leap, however, came in 2002. Following the UAE government’s decision to lift restrictions on foreign property ownership, Hussain Sajwani saw a business opportunity and quickly acted. Thus, DAMAC property was born. Headquartered in Dubai and with Mr. Sajwani at its helm, DAMAC Properties offers top of the range residential housing options. Owing to consistent growth in the last decade and a half, DAMAC has either developed or is in the process of developing more than 60 thousand residential units and employs
2 thousand employees.
Staying consistent with his methods, the DAMAC owner has also relied on strong strategic relationships to get DAMAC where it is today. Among the most notable business relationships Mr. Sajwani has cultivated is that with President Donald Trump, the current leader of the free world. Having worked on a number projects together as developers, Mr. Sajwani has both President Trump’s respect and ear.
Despite his insuperable success and busy schedule also doubling as the head of the Hussain Sajwani family, Mr. Sajwani (@HussainSajwaniOfficial) has sought to remain true to his humble beginnings by engaging in philanthropic activities. Among the corporate social responsibility projects undertaken by DAMAC in recent years is that of providing about 1 million children living in poverty with clothing.
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The most important thing that you can do to control your financial destiny is to believe in yourself. If you don’t believe in yourself, no one else will believe in you. Yes, it will be hard some days to say to yourself that you control your destiny. Jim Toner is a successful real estate entrepreneur who understands what you are going through right now. He’s been there in the trenches.
You can control your financial destiny. You don’t have to wait until tomorrow. Do it now. The right attitude will help you surge ahead when all the naysayers tell you that you can’t do it. The very first thing you need to tell yourself on a daily basis is that you can do it. The second thing is similar to the first is that you got to rally the troops around you. Make them believe that you can do whatever you set your mind out to do. Having a good support group behind you will make a difference when you make the decision to control your financial destiny.
Toner suggests that you really need to work on yourself mentally and physically to accept the challenges that will come when you pursue your dreams. This means that you got to start focusing on what you can do now to get out of any money pits or obstacles that you find yourself in. It also means to prepare yourself for independence. Your financial destiny shouldn’t be controlled by your boss or the economic circumstances that you find yourself in.
Sometimes you really have to be brutal and weed out the obstacles that are holding you down. Old habits do die hard. If you persevere with the financial goals you set for yourself and don’t lose sight of the “prize”, you will do well.
It is important that you do practice time management techniques, especially when you feel overwhelmed. Good time management techniques can help you prioritize your financial goals and help you accomplish needed tasks. Toner suggests that you plan your day ahead of time and make time for physical exercise. Follow Jim: @thejimtoner
For a number of years it seemed to outsiders that Victoria Doramus (@victoriadoramus) was living a pretty good life. She had a degree in journalism and a series of good jobs. She had been a creative consultant at Stila Cosmetics and a group coordinator at Creative Artists Agency. She had also been the west coast director for Trendera where she lead sales efforts among other positions she has held.
However, during this time Victoria Doramus was secretly abusing Adderal and cocaine. She twice entered drug treatment programs, in both 2011 and early 2016, but the lessons she learned didn’t stick. According to Affiliate Dork, she says that what finally forced her to confront her reality was getting arrested during the 2016 holidays. Soon after she entered a long-term treatment program which was based on the 12-steps program.
Victoria Doramus spent nine months in this treatment program before she was deemed capable of living in a halfway house. She had a sponsor who helped keep her clean and she found a job waitressing at a restaurant. During this time she became fully self-sufficient once again and learning to just put one foot ahead of the other. She became involved with nonprofits that help people get off drug and alcohol addictions.
She says that she is in the planning stages of opening a New York City halfway house. Victoria Doramus says that she wants to help others just as she had been helped. She is presently drawing up the business model and is seeking sources of funding. She says that nobody can achieve sobriety alone and it is a team effort. She continues to see an addiction therapist on a regular basis who helps her remain sober and is a member of a number of groups so she can maintain her emotional sobriety.
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