On are your Em­pow­er­ment

Marie Claire (Malaysia) - - Culture -

Many women have had to strug­gle with find­ing equal­ity for so long, that some­times they get lost in the pur­suit. In my early 20s, I found my­self try­ing to com­pete with other women rather than think­ing about how I could help them. I be­lieve that a ris­ing tide lifts all boats, so by help­ing each other, we will achieve so much more. Af­ter hav­ing this re­al­i­sa­tion, I promised my­self that no mat­ter where I was or who I met, I would lend my hand wher­ever needed. Women Em­pow­er­ment is not just about em­pow­er­ing WOMEN, it is about em­pow­er­ing AS A WO­MAN.

My ex­pe­ri­ence in Hol­ly­wood has been very in­ter­est­ing. The gen­eral pub­lic may catch glimpses here and there and think they un­der­stand, but what they don’t know is that be­ing a celebrity is in­cred­i­bly in­tense. The long hours they work and the sac­ri­fices they make take a huge toll on ev­ery­one in­volved. The per­spec­tive that I have gained work­ing so closely with celebri­ties has al­lowed me to un­der­stand them as peo­ple and de­velop amaz­ing re­la­tion­ships. Many of my clients have be­come like sec­ond moth­ers or hon­orary sis­ters to me (to add to the 7 that I al­ready have). They each give me per­spec­tive in dif­fer­ent ar­eas of my life, be it par­ent­ing, busi­ness man­age­ment or even re­la­tion­ship ad­vice! And for that, I am truly grate­ful.

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