For every one of us, fashion is a big passion. Even when circumstances such as parenting alter the intensity of this devotion. Or, in this new period of quarantine, it diverts our attention. These are nothing more than justifications for neglecting self-care. In every context of life, fashion should be a representation of oneself. Female entrepreneurs, on the other hand, “tend to disagree by spending so much time fussing over their clothes,” according to research. Shima Katouzian, for example, is an entrepreneur. One married lady runs three distinct enterprises while “maintaining fresh and glamorous on a daily basis,” as she expressed it.
Shima Katouzian is indeed a multi-cultural businesswoman who has been to more than 29 countries. Shima lived in five of the nations she visited throughout her travels. Places wherein she learned about their cultures and taught herself how to read, write, and speak their languages. Shima’s humanitarian commitment led her towards the UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees), where she worked with women of all ages and cultures, from candidates to embassy leadership. She was the one who came up with the idea for HeroSheema.com. A website where women of various origins, nationalities, ages, and abilities may express themselves via a range of artistic mediums. As a result, articles of clothing with signature artwork and the artist’s written tale are produced.
Because of the objective to communicate that all women may be the Hero of their own life, Hero was chosen as her name, and she was spelled with She. She distributed this message, along with many others, over her extensive social media network. You name anything, and Shima will use her energizing manner to explore and implement the inner lessons. From fashion to technology, there is something for everyone. Shima fell madly in love with California the minute she stepped foot in the sunshine and onto the beach. After that, she made the decision to make Orange County her new home. She was then exposed to the field of real estate. Shima put her many hats to good use in her new venture, meeting even more happy people and assisting them in finding their ideal house.
Getting noticed and drawing the correct type of attention is the hardest obstacle for many aspiring musicians. Without exposure, skill is pointless, and Shima encourages women to stop waiting for attention and start generating it for themselves, citing Herosheema as an example. With the support of her hundreds of followers, the objective is to build enough awareness around female artists’ work by inviting artists from all over the globe with diverse styles, cultures, and backgrounds. An artist may submit a work for review by Herosheema’s curators, and the site’s users will await their response. If the artwork is accepted, it will be used on anything from carpets to scarves and commercial campaigns to help the artist raise his or her fame. Aside from the profile, it links women to a network of creatives who may later be tapped for a variety of freelance and private tasks.
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