UAE Residents And Companies Are Sharing Nostalgic Stories In Honour Of The Year Of Zayed And It's Super Inspirational
You can chime in too!
Have a story to tell? Do you think it will inspire people?
If your answer to these questions is an emphatic YES, then we have some news for you.
You can now share your story to the whole world via a platform called Zayed The Inspirer.
In a bid to inspire mankind and pass down the legacy of our late founding father Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan to the whole world, a new platform has been rolled out.
This new initiative is in the honor of the Year of Zayed and is called 'Zayed the Inspirer', and was was unveiled by Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, deputy prime minister and Minister of Interior, at the World Government Summit in Dubai.
Zayed the Inspirer will serve as a global database for inspirational stories
إطلاق المنصة العالمية للإلهام "زايد المُلهِم" في القمة العالمية للحكومات 2018، هو دعوة من الإمارات للعالم أجمع لمشاركة القصص الملهمة التي ستكون نواةً لقصص نجاح جديدة.https://t.co/H3goaHtdxy pic.twitter.com/jc5Sm36WSA— سيف بن زايد آل نهيان (@SaifBZayed) February 11, 2018
Companies like Careem and Souq have already become a part of this initiative
The website that has been launched to support this cause features FIVE amazing inspirational stories from companies such as Souq.com, Careem and Sellanycar.com.
According to the website, anybody in the world can submit their story
"Your story; whether pictorial or written, will be the beacon that lights other people’s path, and may become the cornerstone of phenomenal ideas that will serve humanity one day.”
You can also share your story via a ‘Share Your Inspiration’ button
"The founder of the UAE, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, is a leader who inspired leaders, officials and the community, and a unique example of overcoming difficulties.
He was and still is an example to be followed by all who want to realise their ambitions and turn their dreams into reality, as well as a man of far-sighted visions, and the sands of the desert were not an obstacle to achieving his goals."Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan