I am a mathematician who writes to inspire.
“Life is good for only two things, discovering the universe with mathematics and sharing words of wisdom.”
Hey Medium fellows, welcome to my profile. I am Madiha Jamal, a budding entrepreneur, and a copywriter with a background in applied mathematics. People always get confused with my degree and career. I acquired a master’s degree in applied mathematics but I chose a career in copywriting and digital marketing.
I am the Jack of all trades. My passions are writing, reading, marketing, mentoring, problem-solving, daydreaming, traveling, and sleeping — I wish I could sleep…
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It requires good salesmanship, written communication, empathy, and a passion to work, help & serve.
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let yourself dream. Ask yourself specific visioning questions to spur the visioning process.
First, set aside about one to two hours (yes, really!) at a time when your brain is fresh and awake. Make sure you’ve eaten and caffeinated yourself (if needed).
Go somewhere you feel totally at ease and won’t be interrupted.
Take a pen and notebook, put your phone in airplane mode, and sit quietly.
Let yourself dream. Ask yourself: What do I want? Specific visioning questions will spur the visioning process.
As you work through the visioning questions, I urge you to dream without borders.
Live the golden years of your life with zero financial stress. Now is the time to save for your retirement.
You’ve worked hard for decades to spend a financially healthy retirement. But if you don’t have a retirement budget, you won’t be aware of how much you have left in savings.
A retirement budget will account for obligations and also offer plenty of room for enjoyment. It will lessen your stress about money and improve your peace of mind in your golden years.
Most retirees have a small income outside of their retirement funds; for example, they may not receive…
Are you working on reader magnets to grow your subscribers?
It’s the first thing I ask any writer or blogger who comes to me for marketing advice. This is because the mailing list is the central element of your marketing strategy.
It is the one thing you own and will always be able to control.
You can build a long-lasting relationship with your readers, turning them into repeat buyers and unconditional fans.
Let’s say you have tons of readers checking out your website every day. But only a tiny fraction of them will sign up to your mailing list —…
After weeks of beta testing, Apple finally released iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 on April 26, 2021. The new update brings in new features like facial unlocking iPhone through the Apple Watch while wearing a mask, App tracking transparency, supporting PS5 and X-box series, and much more.
Apple finally released iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 to the public, which is the biggest update to iOS 14 since its initial release last year. …
See how Van Gogh’s turbulent mind depicted the complex concept of turbulent flows in his most famous painting.
The Starry Night is an oil on canvas painting that was painted in mid-June around 18 June 1889 by Dutch Post-impressionist painter Vincent Van Gogh.
It’s a reflection of the view Vincent Van Gogh used to see from his east-facing window of the bedroom on the first floor of the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole asylum in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence.
Van Gogh was a misunderstood genius. He was critiqued for his paintings and only sold one painting, “The Red Vineyards Near Arles,” throughout his life. He had to…
Decision-making is a constant hit and trial process. Successful people don’t take a wrong decision as a setback; they learn from it and move on to the next one with confidence.
After the thanksgiving party of 1982, Steve Jobs requested John Sculley to leave Pepsi and join Apple as a co-founder. Initially, Sculley denied the offer, but then Steve Jobs persuaded him to change his decision. In a later interview, Sculley confessed that it was the life-altering decision of his life.
To make a decision, successful people follow some models. …