A key contributor to the success of any organization is its managers, who are tasked with leading people effectively. Leaders who have the ability to make formidable plans, organize, employ productive individuals, and control company resources enough to deliver commendable results are considered assets. Having dedicated most of his sales career to selling cars, Helmand Anwary is considered one of the country’s top sales coaches, as he continues to set sales records and break old ones at the same time.
Anwary has held several key managerial positions in the past, and his experience in sales and handling people are instrumental in developing his people skills. For one, sales has made him very sharp when it comes to customer service. And for any organization, taking care of the customers is of utmost importance. Additionally, his inspiring life story has given him a clear grasp of what it entails in order to succeed in life. Anwary is not one to be apprehensive about taking on new responsibilities, as he finds them enriching. The opportunity to lead has always been inherent to him, as communication is one of his strongest skills.
Being able to speak six different languages, Anwary has learned the best ways to connect with people over the years. As someone who has repeatedly topped car sales records, it can be said that he knows what he is talking about—he is confident in approaching potential clients, and he is not intimidated by new encounters even with prominent people.
His high level of professionalism, strong work ethic, and business acumen have given him the competitive edge where it concerns reaching out to people and companies who have a need for his sales strategies. Moreover, his strong organization skills and keen eye for detail are two things that many company executives and business owners look for when hiring a sales consultant or new manager.
Additionally, Anwary is best known for his admirable ability to deliver results while keeping an eye on the expenses. His employers also find his ability to work effectively in fast-paced environments to be very helpful.
“If I can come from nowhere and not know the language or the culture and make a life like this for me and my girls, it is possible for anyone,and anyone can get what they want. Work to where you feel happy every day, where the tunnel has a light and you are getting closer and closer. Soon you will be where you always wanted to be. All it takes is ‘I can and I will do this.’ No matter what it takes,” Anwary explains.
Helmand Anwary was born in Afghanistan. He later moved to India and eventually found himself in the United States. At the young age of 12, he started working in stores and cleaning parking lots to earn some money. Early on, Anwary had a clear understanding that success requires hard work and a lot of sacrifices.
Currently, Anwary is motivated by his two daughters. As a single parent, running a car business and looking after two daughters can be quite challenging, but he has found a way to work around them still. At the end of the day, he is determined to do whatever it takes to succeed and provide a good life for his daughters.
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