In 1950, when a 32-year-old Iranian man applied for a life insurance sales job at Met Life New York, Max Saullas, the district sales manager, said: â€œOh my God! He can't even speak English properly. Maybe these young Iranians can read electricity meters in New York City, but selling life insurance is not enough. Max asked: "What permanent work have you done so far?" "I worked in a laundry in Alaska and did some other temporary work when I was a student." "So why are you applying to a life insurance company now that you have this job?" Don't know anything about it? â€Max asked. "Give me books on life insurance, I'll be back in a week and answer all your questions." Everything is possible Mr. Max! The young man answered confidently. Max gave him five books to read. Today, Met Life ranks that person as its top producer out of all its sales persons. His assets are not in lakhs but in crores. His name is Mehdi Fakhrzada and people respectfully call him Mehdi or Mr. Mehdi. After working for five years at MetLife, Mehdi won the Million Dollar Round Table for the first time in 1960 and has maintained that honor ever since, earning 27 27 million a year. It has set a new sales record by selling value life policies, and the value is increasing every year. Now his eyes are on a hundred crores because according to his own words 'everything is possible!'Everything is possible EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLERenowned award winning sales agent Mehdi Fakhrzada's World Best Seller Book
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