Work Life Balance with Nadia Hussain (CEO- NH Salon & Spa)

Anum Shakeel
Posted October 11, 2019 from Pakistan
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About Nadia Hussain:

Nadia Hussain is a Pakistani television actress, host, model entrepreneur and fashion designer. She has worked in many drama serials on different television channels. Hussain is considered as one of the top models in Pakistan. Nadia is also very actively participate in social activities. She is also the Mentor for The Marketects Club as she is keen interested to support the women leadership and education system in Pakistan.

I emphatically accept that engaging women with better instruction, being touchy towards their prosperity, wellbeing, bliss, guaranteeing equivalent chances and regarding their privileges will go far in changing Pakistan. Dear Woman, You deserve it! Said Nadia

The talk of Nadia Hussain was about Work Life Balance. Nadia shared her recipe for success with the Young Entrepreneurs at Institute of Business Administration (IBA). Nadia not only creates a balance between home and work but goes the extra mile for her fans too. She keeps in touch with her followers through her facebook and instagram page. ‘My aim is to teach; not just explain and leave,’ she says.

Other than being so passionately associated with her calling, Nadia offsets it out with her home life. 'I adore being a mother. My children start things out constantly. I'm generally there for them since I don't need them to grow up with the thought that my mom wasn't there in light of the fact that she was working.'

Work gave Model Nadia Hussain the opportunity to learn that success, happiness and fulfilment in life comes not from our accomplishments but from our response to our boundaries. ‘I did have to sacrifice,’ says Nadia, recalling her decision to step back at the height of her career, ‘but for me, family always comes first. I took cutbacks in my career when my kids were small. With my first born, I left work, went back, gradually as he grew older.’ Today she is a successful career woman and a proud mother of 4.

Nadia feels the life-work balance is a juggling act that few can master without support. ‘The support has to come from your own family,’ she says. ‘One can only maintain the balance if the family, especially the husband and in laws are supportive. To be able to succeed as a professional, a support system is essential.’

Nadia’s balanced personality, positive attitude and faith in empowering the less fortunate is inspirational. Her extraordinary journey is sure to help other working mothers orchestrate their lives and professions, just as passionately.

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Hello, Sis Anum,

Thank you for allowing us to see another side of Pakistan that I do not usually read on the news. To be honest, when I think of Pakistan, my thoughts are geared toward poverty, persecution and abuse to women.

I’m actually surprised that there are empowered women like you and Nadia who are having this thriving career and a work-life balance. That is encouraging to know.

This statement from Nadia resonates with me, “that success, happiness and fulfilment in life comes not from our accomplishments but from our response to our boundaries”. I believe so, too.

I also like what she said that we need a support system when we pursue a professional career.

May every woman in this world find her support system so she can enjoy a work-life balance. Thank you for sharing!

Anum Shakeel
Oct 28
Oct 28

Media is always about Spices :) We are peaceful nation with high integrity and respect for women. I will be sharing few more empowered stories for your kind interest. Ms. Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy Oscar Award Winner, Ms. Humaira Bachal Shell Award Winner, Ms. Sultana Siddiqui, first woman in South Asia to establish a TV station.

Hello, dear,

Thanks to you, we are seeing this side of Pakistan. Please share more about these kinds of stories. I'm looking forward to reading them all. Thanks again!

Anita Shrestha
Oct 11
Oct 11

Dear
Thank you for sharing, keep it continue.

Anum Shakeel
Oct 28
Oct 28

Thank you Anita!

Qurratulayn Khan
Oct 12
Oct 12

Salama,
Good to know about the story of working lady, who's is quite thrilling and challenging too, and I'm agree with her statement "Dear women; you deserve it" but here the main fact is every women in Pakistan don't have the same platform, same family responses, but I here must say she is pretty smart and intellectual lady who manage her work, family and career
Regards

Anum Shakeel
Oct 28
Oct 28

Hey girl, from which part of Pakistan you belong? I am in Karachi.

Qurratulayn Khan
Nov 15
Nov 15

hey too, good to know
I'm from Bahawalpur desert area Punjab .
:)

Jill Langhus
Oct 13
Oct 13

Hi Anum,

I agree with Karen and Qurratulayn. It's great to see a different, and more empowering version, of what a Pakistani woman's life could be, and is. I want to see more of these posts. It inspires other women, too, to know there are already successful women that have balance, joy, love (presumably) and success. Is Nadia going to join World Pulse:-) Ha. You know I would love to see her on here, too!

Hope you're doing well, and having a great weekend:-)

XX

Anum Shakeel
Oct 28
Oct 28

Dear Jill, I have wrote her a letter to join. Hope to have an answer from her soon. :) Yes I am doing well. By the grace of Allah Subhan o Tala (God) everything is fine.

Jill Langhus
Oct 28
Oct 28

Hi Anum,

Great to hear:-)

Hope you have a fab week!

XX

Beth Lacey
Oct 15
Oct 15

Thanks for sharing