My Response to the Racist Comments on 9/11

Let us take a moment of silence for those that lost their life on 9/11.

Let us also take a moment of silence for those that lost their life as a result of 9/11.

I never expected to cause as much controversy as I did with my TikTok video, which discussed the backlash Muslim-Americans experienced post September 11th, but it clearly caused a reaction.

Some were supportive of Muslims and my message, many questioned why I chose 9/11 to discuss this topic instead of solely focusing on the deceased victims, and some…

It’s never really enough.

Talk to any entrepreneur, and they’ll tell you the same.

It doesn’t matter how much money you have or how much success. You strive for more.

It’s an insatiable appetite that can be appeased by nothing but execution, and only once you’ve exhausted yourself entirely is your mind quiet, momentarily.

But there’s also gratitude. There’s freedom. There’s passion.

There’s a chance to create something that matters. It’s not about the money. Not for me, at least.

Sure, financials are a metric of success — one of them, but it’s not the most important thing.

Legacy is.

Who can relate? Comment below.

Tip 1: Offer value to people before asking for something in return

“You always have to be a person of value. Adding value to someone who already has a following (on social media) can be as easy as reaching out to someone and saying, ‘Hey, can I help you share your story? Can I help you create content for free?’” said Mclelland.

He described a few value-adds that can be offered, such as providing videography or photography services and/or writing articles and blog posts for free. …

Sania Khiljee

Our whole life we’re asked, “What do you want to do when you grow up?” As soon as we graduate school, we’re asked, “What do you do?’

It feels like a test every time someone asks me what I do for a living as if my worth as a being is tied to my professional title.

I love being an entrepreneur and a blogger. I’m proud to say that I’ve found my passion, and I’m pursuing it every single day…

But what about those that haven’t quite figured it out yet? Why don’t we keep asking them what they want…

Journeys to Success ft. Sania Khiljee

I remember watching The Secret for the first time in 2013 and having mixed feelings. Could it be so easy? Could what I think about simply be “attracted” into my life? I was skeptical, but as a self-proclaimed personal development junkie, I decided to give it a try.

I would close my eyes after praying and exude feelings of love, desire to become a writer and entrepreneur, and positivity. That was two years ago. I eventually realized that the Law of Attraction was so much more than my simple exercise. It included what I focused on, thought about, talked about…

Sania Khiljee

Blogger at & Author of “Brown Girls are Beautiful”

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