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A lot many of us go through a stage of utter confusion trying to figure out what to do with our lives. We spend our entire early 20s experimenting and failing. I'm amongst the lucky few who have been blessed by guidance and love in form of a mentor, my sister, Anaum Janjua. Maybe a bit more rebellious than me and lived her life to the fullest, living each moment like that was all there is ever going to be. She taught me strength and passion, the conviction to break the status quo and follow my heart into doing what I've always believed in. An honor student, a single mum at a very young age, founded Single Parents Pakistan Support Network to give voice and platform to the single parents of Pakistani origin, without being judged. She chose to be a full time mum so instead of working started her own brand. When she felt that time was right she joined back the corporate world. Just like this she taught me to look at opportunities at any given situation. She guided me, stood by me for me to move forward and explore the world while holding me back when I wanted to take rash decisions. I think the only reason I'm still enrolled in university and about to graduate is her. She is my sister, my mentor, my friend, my guiding star. 🌟
Who is yours?
It's invaluable to have a mentor who is personally invested in your success and at the same time are open and honest about their experiences so you can truly learn from them. @uber_pk is soon to provide an amazing opportunity to a few lucky people to be mentored by some of the very best cricketers of Pakistan because #HarBallHaiOpportunity 🎾💪🏽🙌🏽 .
📸 | @shaikh.aleem 🙌🏽 at Karachi, Pakistan