from Jobless to World Champion

How many of you are afraid of leaving a job that you hate the most. I were afraid too, and parents were the same as yours. They did not wanted me to leave the job and sit at home for self study and self learning. It was June 2010, when I decided to leave my job from MCB. I worked there for 2 years and I died everyday working there. I hated it so much. I were frustated. I spoke with the management people quite some times on the issues but everyone was so occupied with their personal issues that no buddy wanted to think about how to improve the system in Bank. How to utilize my skills, my talents to create a wow effect for customers.

I were persistant, that i do not want to continue with banking anymore. That was not an easy decision for me, specially to convence my dad and mom, my brothers and other relatives. Somewhere deep inside, I too were not sure, what will I do after leaving my job. I realize, its going to be great trouble for me. I will have no money in hand now. I already have lost my car and now no more job. However, I gave my resignation and never turned back to them.

I started self studies on Psychology and Philosophy. The first I read was “The game of life” of Florence Scovin Shinn which change my life. That book make me search for more, my thirst for reading more and more increased day by day. Back in 2011, I had some ideas, which I badly wanted to implement in Pakistan and I had no one to support me. I met with many people in Bussiness Industry, to support my cause, but no one even understood the cause and its reasons. Than finally one day an angel came to my life, because I left everything on God after trying so hard. I had a sense of failure but I accepted it. Believing, that the cause is from God and if he wants to make it happen, it will happen. That angel was a young girl from my neighbour ‘ Hina Hazrat’ as motivated and as passionate as I were when I were of her age. Lucky Hina, that she has the right direction in life, right people in life to support her. When i shared my ideas with her, she was inspired and the first time when my work and ideas were ever recognise by someone. I were really greatful that day. I didnt knew what will happen next, but my friendship with hina grew everyday. Today I am world Champion, ranking Top 4, in youth for youth challenge organised by a team from slovenia.

It was Hina, who told me about challenge future and suggested me to put my ideas on their website. Thank you God, Love you Hina.

To view my idea, please visit the following link:

“Never give up on your dreams, believe in it, and let God do the rest for you”

Jennifer Ali