Inspirational stories are hard to find, but there are some which leaves a mark on your heart and brain and it is registered forever. The struggling stories of the people who are now successful businessman, actors, public figures, entrepreneurs. Inspiring stories motivates you to do something that you think you can’t do because of the kind of struggle that you have in your daily life, or the lack of confidence in you.
Someone said, “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily“. This is why motivation is very important and it can come in any possible way to you. May be someone pushing you so that you can achieve what you always wanted, may be your parents or friends, your teachers or the love of your life who can make you do wonders if that is a positive love and your partner is very well aware of what you want.
Apart from all of this, Inspirations stories are something that motivates almost everyone and what if that inspirational story is about some women. A woman has a lot to go through and has a lot to give, be it her parents, her lover, her husband, her kids or anything else. She has to take care of everything and that is what makes a woman so special. A woman in herself is so inspiring.
Most inspirational stories are those where a woman is a mother and then she achieves something which is commendable, and when it is an Indian mother, it can be one of the best stories ever.
Here’s presenting one such story, get inspired with this and try to do something that you have always wanted to do, because it is never late to live your dream.
Three women, 21,477km, 17 nations, 97 days and a trip of their lifetime. At the point when best pals Rashmi Koppar, Dr Soumya Goyal and Nidhi Tiwari set out on an all-woman endeavor between New Delhi and London, they set out to offer wings to their adolescence dream.
With no back up vehicle, the moms in their mid-30s pushed all limits to create awareness on women empowerment. Nidhi who conceptualized the trip was additionally the main driver in the driver’s seat of the vehicle.
Nidhi who works in outdoor education, off-the-street jeeping, long-distance and high-height driving and has a heaps of outside jeeping background in India and abroad, glided the thought. Furthermore, her companions promptly lapped it up.
The trip of Women Beyond Boundaries began in June and came a full hover in October, crossing India, Myanmar, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Finland, Czech Republic, Germany and the United Kingdom. The auto which stayed with the companions happened to be the first Indian vehicle to cross the Arctic Circle, they kept up.