New Delhi (India), June 17: In today’s world, being an entrepreneur is not an easy profession; it demands commitment, drive, and hard work above all else. If you are a woman, the trip will be even more difficult. We live in a nation that talks a big game about equality, but when it comes to putting it into practice, we fall short. Women always face obstacles at work, whether it is salary inequality or the workplace culture.
Today’s women in the country are ready to take on any challenge, and Shikha Shoken is one of them. She has struggled and succeeded in her goals.
Shikha is a mother, producer, and businesswoman. She was born in Delhi, completed an MBA in Finance after completing her studies, became a certified dietitian with a degree from the YWCA, and most recently completed an advanced make-up course at the Lakme Academy. She also works for an agribusiness dealing in the import and export of wheat and bran, as well as financial consulting, and supports her family in their Canada-based real estate and construction industries.
She embodies the term “multitasker”—anything you can think of, Shikha has accomplished. She has a never-say-die mentality. Being a working woman is already difficult, and being a mother adds an additional layer of responsibility. Despite all the challenges, Shikha has been overcoming them and growing more resilient with each passing day.
To our surprise, she has not yet stopped. Her future goals include opening a salon in Canada and India as well as a network of exclusive restaurants. She is a superwoman who manages several things at once in addition to being a mother; she has much more on her mind than this, which she promised will be revealed in the near future. Shikha Shoken has a large following on Instagram, and she plans to invest in Bollywood films as well.
It is always delightful seeing someone with such skill, and we hope she achieves what she wants.
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