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Inspirational Woman: Ayesha Aziz | Pilot



Tell us about yourself, your background and what you do currently

I believe in the idea of a constant change. I like to push myself to challenge my limits. I don’t like to be limited to any particular thing and I’m an eleutheromaniac (freedom obsessed) in every term. I don’t like to be at one place. Having said that It’s obvious so as to , why I wanted to be a pilot. As a kid, I had decided that I won’t be bounded to a 9-5 desk job as I knew I would never do good but, my workstation would be at 41,000 feet with a cup of coffee in my hand and the world down the feet with an office providing the best panoramic view. My career involves every bit of my love in everything that it offers.

Tell us about any current projects or initiatives you wish to promote

Humanitarian. I really wish to help the underprivileged. I want to be a part of more NGO’s who help in the upliftment of the less deserved especially children.

What has been your biggest challenge in achieving your success?

In our life we come across many who never fail to discourage and demoralise us. Proving them wrong that a girl too can make a place in a male dominated society and breaking the stereotypes.And also going ahead with every challenge that would stop me by self motivating.

What has been your greatest achievement personally?

I am happy that girls think of me as a role model.. NOTHING but this gives me a GREAT sense of accomplishment. Initially I used to think that if my journey inspires even one I’d be content but I’m overwhelmed to know of how everyone has showed love.

If you weren’t doing what you do now, what would you be doing?

I love food. I’m a hardcore foodie so I think I’d be running a restaurant and creating some new dishes by experimenting , with some real cool cafe/Restro theme.

Who has been your biggest inspiration?

My father. I owe it all to that man. When the society said NO, it was him who said yes and gave me wings in literal terms. I think one can’t really go far without their parents hence I owe it all to them. My dad mainly he’s my hero. When I’ll be partner hunting I think I would always be searching this side of my dad who always pushes and challenges me to new things in him. (It’s going to be a tough time for him *gigs*)

What does the future hold for you?

A Broadway to many outlandish things.

There are many things I want to do in my life. Godwillingly, accomplish them slowly and steadily.



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