Zohra Uzair is the Founder, CEO and Lead Trainer at Zicon. Her visionary approach towards life is what makes her Stand Out From The Crowd!… Zohra is actively involved with the training industry and has researched comprehensively over the training niche of grooming and etiquette. She is keenly following the leading experts within the industry and remains in touch with the latest developments. She speaks on topics like Stress Management, Time Management, Personality Development and Work-Life Balance. She also delivers motivational sessions like “Live as if you own your Life” and “It’s your Time to Shine”.
Zohra is a self-motivated, determined and dynamic. Her Sessions are a blend of eye opening wisdom and practical action plans to improve every aspect of life. She is a firm believer that everyone shall be involved in activities of their interests and making it their career. She loves to multi task and believes in work life balance. A mother of two beautiful daughters, giving them quality time and managing work simultaneously is what she finds stimulating and wishes the women to adopt this lifestyle.
Her prime inspiration comes from the concept of Possibility Thinking that she read in the book “Tough times never last but tough people do” by Robert H. Schuller. She is an avid believer that no idea should be rejected because it seems impossible. In her personal life, she has implemented this notion and experienced success in whatever new endeavor she tried. She considers it her duty to inspire people to adopt this belief and live their dreams.
Zohra is a person with a deep thirst for learning and continuous improvement. She believes one should do something every day that takes them out of their comfort zone. On a personal level, she is a travel lover and has novel experiences. Reading on personal effectiveness and attending training sessions is amongst her hobbies. She thinks that nothing can compensate good education. Her favorite words are:
“Education is a companion which no misfortune can depress, no crime can destroy, no enemy can alienate, no despot can enslave. At home a friend, abroad an introduction, in solitude a solace and in society an ornament. It chastens vice, it guides virtue, it gives one grace and government to genius. Without it what is man? A splendid slave, a reasoning savage.” (Joseph Addison)