The permission to be you. It’s about accepting being you.
It’s about Freedom / Passion. It’s about taking control of your life.
Bringing the conversation forward – bring confidence, truly connect to those around you, by first connecting to yourself!
Every episode through the podcast, we’ve explored different backgrounds and connected to the stories and the life learnings of our guests.
Azmina Jiwa has such a fascinating story, and has so much to share – it really is about giving back.
We all need to embrace who we truly are. We have to find ourselves. We need to discover ourselves and reawaken – it’s time top stop “plodding through life” and take control of the journey.
Azmina’s journey truly started from within – looking at herself and her feelings, her position in her life, and re-evaluating. A real journey of self-discovery that led to a discovery of who she really was, and indeed what she was capable of. It was about stepping off the treadmill, stop focussing on pleasing other people, and believing in herself.
2020 saw a realisation for many of us – we were led to step back and take stock, review our lives and our journeys, realise what we had and the simple things we were missing, and indeed realise that being on a crazy journey without focus can lead you to miss so much.
Being unique, being special and having your own gifts. There are over 7 billion people on the earth, and if we’re all part of a jigsaw of humanity, we’re all important, all unique, and all have a place and a purpose. It’s being who we truly are, giving ourselves that permission, that allows the jigsaw of humanity, that wonderful tapestry of life, to be complete.
Take responsibility for your own happiness – it’s in your hands. You need to ask yourself the question, ‘what can I do here, how can I respond?’ And know that your feelings are from your own thoughts, so to control those thoughts is to have that power truly in your own hands.
This episode is really about freedom, about permission, about taking control of life and taking the chances in front of you.
You can find out more about Azmina at the links below, and even get a sample of her book, Freedom to be Me on Azmina’s website.