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How Hanieh Sigari Measures Success

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We all measure our success differently from one other. Some of us count our accomplishments with the tangible rewards or recognitions we receive, while others recognize the money in their bank account as the testament to their achievements. 

 

Yet there are those, like Hanieh Sigari, who acknowledge her success differently from others. While some people flex their assets; like cars, the number of zeros on a check, or real estate properties, Hanieh looks at how her actions benefit the people around her. 

 

Her dedication to serving others is what fuels her as an entrepreneur and skincare rebel. She aims to empower women and promote longevity among her audience. She uses her brand, Qyral, to meet her goals. 

 

Pursuing Impact 

 

Since she was young, Hanieh has been interested in longevity and finding out how aging works for everyone. She uses her platform as the founder of skincare brand Qyral to leave an impact on her market by providing them with products that tackle the root of aging. 

 

Although turning a profit is a big part of growing a company, Hanieh feels like the rewards are deeper. 

 

“It took me a long time to learn, but growth and success aren’t measured on spreadsheets, but in the lives we improve and the difference we make,” she said. 

 

Hanieh added that she wants every decision she makes to leave an impact on the people around her and to live her life with purpose. 

 

“Qyral can proactively help people age well, and it can help more people achieve financial independence and attain their own goals. It’s everything I dreamed of but never thought was possible,” Hanieh explained. 

Landing The Job Of Her Dreams 

 

Although Hanieh enjoys a position where she has the potential to help tens of thousands of people, she hasn’t always had the opportunity. Her first business was a home healthcare company where she was able to make a small difference, but she saw that she wasn’t making the big impact that she was looking for.

 

“Thanks to my passion for aging, I wanted to help people remain independent for longer. But I realized that by the time my clients came to me, they were already suffering from the effects of old age, usually irreversibly,” she said. 

 

Shortly after moving on from that business, Hanieh founded an e-commerce company with her husband. She distracted herself with the demands of running a multinational corporation. However, the work was less impactful and caused Hanieh to burn out. 

 

“That’s when I decided to go back to my true passion and find a way to make a difference in the world,” she concluded. 

 

Learn more about Hanieh Sigari through her Instagram account. 

 

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US Army Combat Veteran turned writer helps people reach new levels of success and influence with personal brand building. Luis also writes for Entrepreneur magazine and runs TEDx events and TED circles online. Mentored by Mark Cuban his eye for business and potential growth has been trained at a billionaire level.

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