Our success is a series of the multiple decisions we make on a daily basis. It is very important that we are conscious of every small move we make every minute. Hussain Sajwani’s success was nurtured at a very young age. He was exposed to the harsh reality of grinding when he was still three years old.
Sajwani’s father owned a shop where he specialized on the sale of pens and watches. He also had some interest in real estate, but he understood the need to stay focused to accomplish his goals. Hussain’s mother was also a local entrepreneur. She sold local fabrics to the women.
Sajwani’s parents taught him the importance of staying committed to the business. He saw them put in long hours to sustain the needs of his family. The lessons he acquired then are still applicable in his business life till to date. Hussain’s father wanted him to take over the family shop, but Sajwani wanted to pursue something greater than the shop. He wanted to be self-made.
Sajwani’s dream came true because he is currently the owner of the most prestigious real estate company in Dubai, CIS, and the Middle East. His company is known for offering satisfactory services to his clients. He has been spotted severally gifting them with extravagant gifts like Lamborghinis.
DAMAC Properties began in 2002. DAMAC deals with both residential and commercial properties. In the past years, the company has provided more than 20000 families with their dream homes. The number is steadily rising.
Hussain Sajwani has meaningful relations that keep him on top of his game. Donald Trump is one of his business partners. Their partnership began long before he assumed the presidential office. Their relations have triggered a lot of controversies. Some feel like Trump is trying to protect his business relations even after promising not to engage in personal deals while in office. Hussain clarified that their business relations would not be affected because his children are much involved with the businesses.
The DAMAC Owner is a committed humanitarian. He currently gave AED two million to help cloth children all other the world.