What’s Your Motivation??

I posted the following on Instagram & SnapChat earlier today... "Do you regret changing jobs?" they ask. "Are you happy now?" they ask. Regreting means you learned nothing & I strive to have no regrets especially when it comes to my career. Happier means I was miserable before which is far from the truth. I loved my…

Living the Confused Expatriate Life

Living the Confused Expatriate Life The Art of Being Humble By: Ms. Hala   It wasn't a difficult decision to present my resignation as I had accepted an offer  I simply couldn't refuse. It was nonetheless, bittersweet. The automotive industry is a very tough and challenging industry in all of the Middle East. I faced some of the toughest challenges in my entire career and…

Why #iLoveMyJob

Me: Yes, I'm special, not Jesus (pbuh)!

Living the Confused Expatriate Life – Part 1 of a Few

However, living this expatriate life comes with a couple of interesting confusions. Maybe I just lived in this wonderful tolerant city that is San Francisco to have to deal with this identity confusion that I'm dealing with now. I'm a Muslim Egyptian American expatriate who talks in a lovely California accent but "looks" and talks Arabic like an Egyptian. Confusing much? Apparently so!

Today’s Tip

"Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life."  -Confucius