When chaos ensues and you find yourself in new and unknown environments, you suddenly realize how much of a test your personality truly goes through. What matters is how you handle yourself in those moments; and whether or not you’re ready to use that very phase as a learning curve, or just react to it in the most irrational of ways.
After all, it is in those moments of absolute uncertainty and insecurity that you unexpectedly discover a part of yourself – a part that you didn’t know existed. Suddenly, you find yourself perusing passions that you did not know you had; and before you know it, you find yourself growing in ways that you perhaps never had thought of as you begin to find your true calling in life.
For, as you traverse on this journey in absolutely uncharted territory, before you know it, and even before you realize it, your dreams gradually start to transform into reality as you learn to harness your strengths and come to terms with your weaknesses. That my friends is the beauty of life, and all part of the growing experience.
So, never fear the unknown. Simply #DARETOEMAGINE, enjoy the hustle, be determined to make a difference, work hard, accept failure as part of the learning process, take the prayers and blessings of those that matter most, and watch everything else Inshallah fall perfectly into place. This is your moment… So, my question is, what are you waiting for?
About The Author
Currently serving as the founder, CEO, and lead trainer of e-Magine – an organization that aims to help our youth not only work smart in the digital age, but also develop soft-skills that are needed to get ahead of the competition; Huda’s broad range of competencies coupled with her experiences have led her to conduct numerous successful workshops and programs at different levels.
Moreover, she also has a background of working with some of Karachi’s leading private schools, along with a knack of keeping herself consistently up-to-date by attending a repertoire of several educational and entrepreneurial conferences locally and internationally, including the Youth Assembly 2016 at the U.N, as well as recently completing her M.A in Organizational Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in the summer of 2019.