December ‘18
Taking the Public Relations World by Storm

December ‘18
Sara Taha
Sara Taha


    


With her numerous careers and having to juggle between her hectic schedule and being a mother, Sarah Taha continues to impress with her jaw-dropping style and spontaneous charm that we get to enjoy through her show ‘Doctor El Elia’ on Nagham 105,3. We had a quick Q&A with the booming star on how she climbed to the top and sowed her own seeds in her different careers, check it out!

What’s your next big step?

We have a lot in the pipelines regarding the PR field. I hope we can actually make a difference.


Tell us about yourself and what you do.

I am a dentist; a Master’s degree holder and an owner of a PR agency specialised in medical PR. I also I have a lifestyle fashion blog.


What was the hardest part of your journey so far?

The hardest part of my journey was deciding what I actually wanted to do. Leaving the faculty career behind and starting my own business was a tough decision. I was very lucky though to have people who encouraged and believed in me.


What motivates and drives you?

Success drives me and ambition motivates me, the sky is my limit.


Would you consider yourself a risk-taker?

Yes, definitely. I believe that life begins at the end of your comfort zone.


Were there any books that motivated you?

Successful people motivate me more than books can.


Do you think your mindset has been a key to your success?

I guess being a doctor and my medical background trained my brain to be more organised than normal. I am also a very practical and a fact-based person.


What would you say are the key elements to starting a successful business?

I honestly think you should set your goals and avoid any diversions. Never get affected by negative feedback. Always stay focused.


Who and what inspires you?

Success stories and strong women inspire me.


How do you deal with a bad day at work?

I always believe that any bad day will pass, it`s not the end of the world.


What do you do when you’re not working?

I spend time with my family; have some relaxing time; go to the spa or meet my friends.


If you could give one piece of advice to someone who’s starting out in the field, what would it be?

I would say to believe in yourself even if no one else does.