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When I read this article on "Raw Women"... a beautifully written article with very well explained facts and decide to share it on my blog so more and more can read this and know the details.
The western perception of Muslim women is often contradictory. Although generally pitied as objects of oppression, visibly Muslim women also bear the brunt of anti-Islam sentiment. Last week two Australian Muslim women, Randa Abdel-Fattah, and Anne Azza-Aly appeared on ABC’s Q&A and expertly cut through many of the myths and distortions surrounding Islam and terrorism. As the tension mounts in the wake of Australia’s recent “terror raids”,I enlisted the help of Randa, a former lawyer and current PhD student, and Anne, a counter-terrorist researcher, in order to dismantle some of the common myths around Muslim women.
A Dreamer and a Doer
I feel immense happiness and pride to write about this energetic talented young girl named
“Hijab Maroof Alvi.”
A Dreamer & A Doer.
Hijab is a target-oriented and clear headed young girl who is adept in her domain. Especially her dedicated work on IT is what I like to quote. Her skills and capabilities, speak through her work.
Hijab is a highly intelligent, perceptive young girl. She grew in learning, in character, in depth of understanding. Because of her positive disposition, her reflective way of operating, and all of the character traits that make her so special, Hijab’ s questions never go unanswered, and her searches always bring her to exciting new discoveries. As a colleague, Hijab is outstanding, I have watched her grow, seen her talents and abilities not only in the workplace but outside its walls, when interacting with all types of people, as well.
She has incredible creative energies and a refreshing idealism tempered only enough to accomplish what needs to be done. Her creativity knows no bounds. She is extremely dedicated to her work and has non-extinguishable amount of energy that she puts into her work. Always, in her work, she is consistent, dedicated and passionate, enthusiastic, cheerful, and a pleasure to work with. She is an initiator and always struggle to come up with new and innovative ideas that proves helpful for the society at large. I respect her, because she always came up with new ideas that can help people specially students.
As the founder of, TACO Services , she is providing great technical services to the clients. She said; “You’re Satisfaction – Our Destiny” and she mean it. Where she has the company of The Catalyst, Muhammaed Azeem Akhtar, Visionary Taqi Rizvi and last but not the least The Analyst Naqi Rizvi who help her in production and implementation of the plans.
TACO -The Amazing Creative Operations Services is a web designing company and IT Training Institute based on young and creative professionals who would create and provide you with the best solutions to your problems according to your requirements.
I highly recommend her for any position of work, leadership, education, or any other capacity in which she can spread her excitement and share her talents with others.
I see a bright future, ahead of her and wish her best of luck, for everything in life.
Bootstrapping Your Career
|Bootstrapping your career|
Bootstrapping YourCareer is written by Hammad Siddiqui . A book about career development, Job recruitments, personal grooming and everything which can help you to boost not only your career but your life too. If you think that the book may contain a lot of pages, difficult tasks, and complex processes, then you are wrong, a book of 125 pages written in a very simple way. Book based on real life experiences of Hammad sahib with daily life examples. He simplified the tangled processes in a very possible way.
The book has 8 chapters and every chapter is a masterpiece. From start to think about your career till grab your dream position, this book will take you the place where you want to stay forever. I found the situations and advises more acceptable for us because the book is written particularly for the Pakistani job market.
As I am a big supporter of Social Media, The chapter about social media attracted me a lot. I love the phrase “Your Network is your Net worth”. Readers will get excellent tips for the productive use of social media.
From the chapter about Tools, Trick and Techniques, I got the answer of the most difficult questions of the history of the interviews “Where do you see yourself after five years? “ I hope other readers will also get their desired answers from the book, like me.
Another thing which I like most is “Five biggest career regrets” in chapter 7, which can help to anyone for a better planning for career growth.
Chapter 8, the career questioned answered, is very interesting and readers can express well in their interviews by adopting these wonderful ideas.
Conclusion: Bootstrapping your career is an exceptionally good helping tool for career development not only for the new comers but for the professionals too. Highly recommended for the masses.
Special Note : Bootstrapping your career is an “equal opportunity “ type book, means no gender restrictions, Girls , professional or nonprofessional women can also get help from the book to boost their career and life too.