Inspiring Life Advice From 6 Successful Malaysian Women

It’s Women’s Day! Actually, here at CLEO, it’s women’s day every day. Being a strong woman is hard and we deserve to be celebrated on the daily! With that said, it’s always wonderful to see women in the spotlight and getting recognition for their passion.

This year, Bio-Oil invited 6 amazing women to share their stories on success, struggles and the importance of self-care as part of the brand's #MakeYourMark campaign which encourages body positivity, empowerment and self-love.

#MakeYourMark is the first installment in the brand’s #IAmRemarkable campaign running throughout 2018.

We’ve always known Bio-Oil is amazing for healthy, soft skin. Now, we can take on the world with these motivating life lessons from Bio-Oil’s major fans and all-round inspiring women in the likes of Elaine Daly, FitRebel’s Nadia Hasbi, Purely B’s Jesrina Arshad and Stephanie Looi, Foby Houz’s Aamal Farhain and Heritage Village Restaurant’s Molly Khoo.

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Nadia Hasbi

Founder of Fit Rebel

Nadia Hasbi

“Making the leap from the corporate world to becoming an entrepreneur, designing my own sportswear and building my brand from the ground up has been life-changing and provided me with many lessons. The most important lesson that I have learnt is that each and every one of us must have the courage to pursue our dreams fearlessly. This can be a scary thought because sometimes, our dreams are so big and overwhelming. My advice is to take your dream and break it down into small, do-able tasks and work on those tasks. Bit by bit, you are taking steps to get to where you want to be.

The second lesson I learnt is that failure is the best thing ever. When I decided that I wanted to create the world’s most beautiful sportswear, I had no experience and no idea what I was doing. I failed many times. I soon realized that failure is great, because after each failure, I learn and I get better. Every failure has been a step forward and nothing else.”

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