As a Muslim woman in business, it’s already hard to find your balance and the time to seek your passions.
As a mother, all you try to do is give your best to your family.
Now combine that and where does that lead us?
In a situation, we all are not always equipped to succeed.
But we must at least try to find something for ourselves only.
A passion. A dream. Fulfilment (?)
Alhamdulillah, Sabreen Wani, lettering artist and mompreneur speaks with us about
What it means to find a passion
Why it is important for women to find time for themselves only
How to overcome the feeling of guilt and missing out
How to schedule your day for family & business
The meaning of fulfilment Turning your passion into a business
Comment below! Sabreen’s question for you:
What is the passion that you’d like to pursue further?
Leave it down in the comments, and share your diversity with us!
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Holla if you’ve heard this before: “Find out your weaknesses and make them your strengths. You need to balance your skills so, in the end, you are good in everything.” Well, I believe this is NOT the way you should live your life. Especially when you think about the time you have in a day.
I’ve been struggling a lot to understand how I should prioritize my day to get the most out of it. Especially when I was doing things that didn’t come naturally to me, I often felt exhausted and defeated.
Focusing on your weaknesses kills your energy!
In our new episode, I’ll give you the 5min fix on how to my should actually spend your day.
Leave your comment below: What is YOUR strength that you should spend all day developing?
Way too often we forget that we have power. Not through money, status or other physical things. But through our voice.
Is it modest to speak up? To raise my voice? To be truthful and go against what society expects me to believe? To talk about taboos? To share my journey through the lows just as through the highs? How can I gain momentum without compromising my values? Do I want people to know that it’s ME behind this brand?
All this and more went through my head when I started to build a personal brand while trying to navigate my female Muslim identity in business.
What I’ve learned: Use your voice. SPEAK UP. Share your diversity.
There are so many different ways to create content which don’t include your presenting your beauty (as society experts) revealing your name or even showing your face!
However you might define the term “modest”, we have all at some point negotiated whether we should show ourselves on camera or on photos.
In this video, I show you the most effective content forms to create a brand without being on camera. Let me know in the comments whether you would like more videos on “Modest Branding”, inshallah.
Share your diversity with us, comment: What is the content form you want to create with?
How to overcome the fear of failure and rejection and Ramadan mindset hacks to set better goals.
Afraid of risk, to jump into a new project or commit to a goal? Today we’re covering how to get rid of insecurities with realistic, actionable habits that help us to set goals and achieve them, both in business and in private. Especially as we’re starting into a new year, Ramadan 2019 is approaching to test us on our goal setting abilities.
It’s never really “easy”, whether we are looking to grow in our career, establish business or independence as a Muslim woman.
Wearing hijab, praying at work, building your brand on social media are legitimate fears just as having a main and a side hustle, raising children or moving to another country could be other sources of pressure. But apart from bigger fears, there are also day-to-day situations which can make us feel desperate and fearful.
Amina from the Book Nomad podcast shares with us how she developed the skill to overcome the fear of failure.
We are covering actions steps on:
Changing the way you look at situations
Understanding yourself and the way you react and feel in stressful situations
Adapting habits which apply to all small and big fears we face in our lives
Learning to create a WHY when you’re dealing with pressure
As Ramadan is starting, we are also covering topics of
Goalsetting for the new year
Establish lasting habits
Mindset hacks to get the best out of this month
Inshallah, we would love to hear from you:
How do you overcome the fear of failure in your life?
Leave it in the comments and
Share Your Diversity with us!
Do you have a question you’d like me to answer? Leave it in our Q&A form here, I’ll be happy to answer you in the next podcast or video!