Hussain Sajwani is endowed with an exceptionally high level of wisdom, which is why he is such a huge success in the business world. He keeps an open mind, and deals with life in an emotionally intelligent way. For example, the DAMAC owner understands that there are many ups and downs in life, and that it is inevitable that he is going to have to take risks. He goes into risks understanding the consequences, and he deals with things as if he is learning lessons. Every time the DAMAC owner embarks on a new project, he goes all of the way and puts a lot of work into it.
One of the many things that he does is look to past events for guidance. What happened in the past most likely happens in the present and future. As per alarabiya.net, this is a quirk of reality, and the DAMAC owner knows it. So, he makes it a point to educated himself about various aspects of history. Also, reading about history serves as a way to make himself more well-rounded. It is also a great leisure activity.
Another thing that he does is look for suggestions from everyone in his organization. Various employees may have some really great ideas—even if they are not on the highest levels of leadership or are specifically assigned to certain roles.
The real estate developer makes sure to make the DAMAC workforce as diverse as possible, so that more and better ideas come in from his employees. Different cultures endows different ways of thinking onto people. This is why having people from many different countries and backgrounds is great. If everyone comes from the same country, region, religious background, ethnic background and/or gender, an unhealthy culture of homogeneity may develop. Situations may develop in which homogeneity leads to people being pressured into not voicing creative ideas.
In order for a single to gain diamond certification it has to sell a lot of copies. Many artists have enjoyed singles going platinum or double platinum later in their careers, but rare are the ones who enjoy diamond certification. Achieving that means an single has to sell tens of millions of copies, which is exactly what the Chainsmokers single “Closer” did. Recently the popular EDM duet of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart took to Instagram to share the news. They published a photo of themselves holding huge plaques with the popular single encased inside. This is a huge accolade to receive. What makes it bigger is that “Closer” only came out two years ago in 2016.
In reality the Chainsmokers have only been around four years. The time they spent working the trenches before their big breakout does not really count. For most people the Chainsmokers began to exist in 2014 with their first hit “#Selife”. By the time they approached “Closer” they already had a portfolio of hit singles, and successful EP releases. To complete the song the duo used up-and-comer Halsey to provide vocals. This would be Halsey’s breakout as she became well known after “Closer’s” release. The song was an instant smash. It grew in popularity with both Chainsmokers fans, EDM listeners, and anyone else who happen to hear it. It gave Pall and Taggart their first Grammy nod, and eventually netted the fourth longest running No.1 single spot.
Now in the midst of a busy, productive, and successful year for the duo they get a very important feather in the cap. Anticipation is high that a second studio album will soon be making an appearance. This is a big deal considering how well their last album performed. “Memories… Do Not Open” actually nabbed an accolade itself. It recently became the third longest running non-consecutive No.1 for Billboard. Released back in 2017 the album has yet to leave the top 10. With “Closer” garnering high praise many predict the time is ripe for album two. Looking at the Chainsmokers one gets a feeling they might just bask a little first.