Dare to challenge the world but often you shy out at the last moment? What’s stopping you! Get inspired by these following incredible women around the world.
1. Mehvish Mushtaq
Have you always thought that app development is a man’s job? Well Mehvish with her astounding app designs will baffle you. This 23 year young girl from Jammu-Kashmir created the smooth and useful app called ’Dial Kashmir.’
2. Amna Al Haddad
Is it easy to practice with men and win a medal? Is weight lifting a woman’s sport? If you are confused, the answers are yes. 25 year old Amna is going to be one of the representatives of United Arab Emirates in weight lifting in the next Olympics.
3. Mayanti Langer
In the 90s a woman sport journalist was considered a rare phenomenon. Mayanti changed the image by successfully hosting FIFA world cup 2010 on ESPN. She not only stormed the media with her beauty but also with her in-depth knowledge about sports. Many women have followed her footsteps and have entered the sports media world.
4. Juliana de Faria
Catcalling bothers thousands of women round the world. But very few dare to revolt. Juliana de Faria, an independent woman of 30 years spoke for the safety of the girls of her city, Sao Paulo. Her activist blog, ‘Enough with the Catcalling,’ is a crowd sourced map where women could report any harassment they faced.
5. Joanna Jurek
Very few dream of inventing something new in their teenage. The focus remains on exam, socializing and dating. Joanna Jurek however had something else in her mind and that too from a tender age. She came up with the treatment for pancreatic cancer and won the IV prize, all these at a young age of 18.
6. Mary Kom
Singing, dancing, swimming? Yes, you can think of your girl in any of these activities, but boxing? OMG; she is too soft and tender to handle this. Well, Mary Kom did not think so. At the age of 31 she went ahead to win the bronze in Olympics; but this is not all about her achievements. She had a hard life and a tough fight trying to convince her family about her career choice.
7. Catherine Ardagh
A woman in politics? No one really takes her seriously, isn’t it! Politics, even till date, is considered the men’s domain. Catherine as one of the leading politicians of Ireland has proved it wrong. After so many challenges and rejections, success has at last kissed her feet.
8. Karabo Mathang
Women are good home managers then why not use this management skill to benefit the disorganized sports sector of South Africa. This was what the 28 year old Karabo Mathang thought. She was a regular visitor to the soccer matches and gradually she observed that there was an immense discrepancy in the training methods and skill development procedures. Her courage and confidence took her ahead as she became the first female FIFA-accredited agent in SA.