It’s Thursday!! And it’s time for your weekly Everyday Hero fix!
Everyday Hero’s stories are all about showcasing the best talents that are out there right now. These are young people who are movers and shakers. Creating waves in their industry. Pursuing their passion and not allowing any barriers and obstacles to stop them from achieving their success!!
I know from time to time you feel blah, uggh or depressed on how much progress you are making. It is not always easy to pursue your passions and we know that because we too have experience setbacks in our studies and careers.
That is why, we feel sharing inspirational stories may just be a little ray of sunshine in your day to help inspire you, motivate you to keep going even when things don’t look so great.
|Are you looking to change your career?|
Do you feel unhappy, depressed and lost in your current job?
Example; You studied engineering, you got your first job in this field, however, after a few years in you realise this is not what you want to spend the rest of your life doing.
Or perhaps, you have achieved what you wanted in your current role and now you are ready to do something different.
You have a passion for food and want to become a chef. I’m sure you’ll agree with me that transitioning from an Engineer to a Chef is a big change. It can get overwhelming trying to figure out how to do it!If you are someone who’s reading this and you are able to relate to this topic about “being stuck in a role you no longer find fulfilling”…
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|Thanks for watching the video, we hope Dayang’s story has inspired you, as she has inspired the team at Meet Sabiha. If you are ready to kick-start your #careergreatness come and speak to a Career Lifestyle Coaches, who can help you create your very own personal action plan to help you achieve #Studygreatness #Careergreatness|
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Share with us your experiences.
We are especially looking to hear from those of you who have overcome struggles in your studies or career.