Have a look around you…you’ll see that the majority of people you know don’t have any idea what they want to be when they grow up.
And those who do frequently find later in life that they made the wrong decision. It’s a relatively uncommon thing to lose interest in something you thought was a true calling when you were younger.
We all are familiar with the fact that it is challenging to obtain achievement and internal satisfaction without motivation in life. If you aren’t motivated to chase after your life goals, how can you expect to achieve them?
The story of Ayah Ramadan inspires thousands of young talents and tells them how can one be happy if he spends all of his time focusing on external incentives and pleasing others in order to obtain acclaim or success rather than internal motives, which is pursuing personal happiness goal?
Ayah found her standing at a very young age. She knew what she wanted to do in her life and had all the support from her highly supporting and encouraging family.
After high school, the mission of Ayah Ramadan’s life was to pursue the field of media. Hence, she got herself into American University in Dubai to study Communication and Information Studies. Her interest in TV media, particularly in presenting, grew stronger when she was interviewed by a couple of people for her IGTV videos on Instagram, where she used to discuss critical and sensitive topics. The overwhelming response from her audience gave her the desired motivation to take the first step towards her goal.
Soon after university, she found her first chance to prove to the world how talented, dynamic and passionate she was. At the young age of 23, Aya Ramadan became a famous presenter who had her own talk show Al Aan TV in Dubai.
Ayah’s success story exemplifies how, when all of the pieces fall into place and you combine your passion with your strengths, you can achieve something you never thought imaginable. As part of the ‘Al Aan family, 2021,’ the successful presenter was also featured on Dubai billboards twice.
Ayah has always been a talkative and outgoing person, and she understood she could utilize that to her advantage in the highly demanding media industry. She soon displayed her presenting ability when she joined Al Aan TV in Dubai Media City, debuting a 5-minute section of “Good News” worldwide, which eventually expanded into her own 30-minute show, which she now produces and hosts.
The young and successful presenter demonstrates that you can entirely rekindle your enthusiasm and achieve your goals. The talk show “Good News” is her first project as a presenter, and she feels prideful and joyous as it reached astounding heights of success and marked Ayah’s place in the TV world.