Muslim females and their representation in the media

There are times when we have been thinking about something for a while, muse about it, and then the moment of truth strikes when we know we have to raise our voice. For me this moment was when I read an article on Adage titled “How to reach Muslim women (Hint: They’re not an aesthetic)”. The arguments presented in the article are over simplified and I will be gentle in my criticism of the female writer cutting her some slack for her young age. Nevertheless, why can’t they be an aesthetic? I didn’t quite understand what the writer meant by the hint.

Muslims are expected to be a big market for many industries. I recently heard a University of Queensland (UQ) academic talk about the same Continue reading “Muslim females and their representation in the media”

From Heathrow to Brisbane: There are no coincidences in life

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Everything happens for a reason, whether you figure it out or not. There are no accidents. James Redfield, author of ‘The Celestine Prophecy’, helped many connect to their deeper, more sacred spiritual selves. Life takes a new meaning when you seriously consider that people who cross your path have a message for you. When you seek meaning and purpose, it comes to you like most good things in life. I narrated my entrepreneurial story recently when Dr Shane Pegg, during a lecture at the University of Queensland, asked me to share my experience with the class. Continue reading “From Heathrow to Brisbane: There are no coincidences in life”