Who doesn’t want to be a successful person? I'm sure everyone wants to be successful. As a result, they put it into action and start planning their lives around it. However, everyone's definition of success is different. Some define it as financial stability, while others say it is when they have a healthy marriage. For me, success is when my dreams come true and I master the skills I need for life, such as survival skill, business, communication, and leadership. My name is Puteri Nur Darwisha Binti Damanhuri, and I've wanted to be an animator since I was 12 years old. However, I am fairly adaptable because I enjoy doing business with my father. i glad that we need to learn how to make a website from zero as i always wanted to learn it since I was 17 years old. I had a lot of difficulty creating this website, but it was well worth it. I'm having fun learning this new skill, and I'll definitely put it to use in my personal business. Joining USM brings me one step closer to realising my dream.
As the only girl in the family, I was the apple of my parents' eyes. My mother preferred that I become a doctor rather than an animator. I tried so hard to be the "perfect daughter," but at the age of 16, I realised I couldn't be happy if I did what others wanted me to be rather than what I wanted to be. So, after a lengthy discussion with my parents, they decided to fully support my decision. I am able to prove to my parents that I can make money through my art. People pay me to draw or paint illustrations on their begs. As an outcome, my parents had more confidence in me, allowing me to take the risk of being someone other than what they expected of me.