Personal Branding Expert, International Motivational Speaker, Best-Selling Author, Forbes Coach
Shahab Anari, MD, CPC helps business professionals become the TRUSTED AUTHORITY in their field. He provides his clients with a complete ROAD MAP (based on his unique personal branding methodology) and the necessary SOLUTIONS (best-selling book deals, speaking opportunities, and media features) that they can use to grow their business and make more impact.
Every year, Shahab speaks at close to 100 sessions on topics of personal and business development (virtually and in-person), where he has shared the stage with legendary speakers such as Brian Tracy, Jack Canfield, and Robert Kiyosaki. He's also the best-selling author of multiple books that have reached people in 19 different countries. He also consistently creates content for his ~200,000 engaged social media followers.
Shahab has many feathers in his cap. More than twenty years ago, he came first in the nationwide University Entrance Exam in Iran among more than one million contenders. He then finished medical school and graduated as a general practitioner, but due to his prominent academic success, he decided to pursue his career as a trainer/coach. Shahab has been featured on the Wall Street Journal, Yahoo! Finance and Toronto.com and is now a contributor to Forbes. He’s a Top 75 Canadian Immigrant, a member of CAPS (Canadian Association of Professional Speakers), and he also sits on the board of ICF (International Coaching Federation), Toronto Chapter. His other volunteer work includes holding regular free seminars and webinars on topics of personal and professional development, being a mentor with Futurpreneur Canada, and helping newcomers at YMCA.
Shahab is the Dad of two beautiful sons, Kason and Aiden, and he’s happily married to his wife, Katty.
You can reach him at his website: https://northstarsuccess.com
21 books in English and Farsi, more than 2 million copies sold worldwide
Spoken to audiences of 3 to 3000 in multiple countries
Has trained and coached more than 35,000 individuals