Aisha Jackson is the 29-year-old owner of several businesses including a recycling business, marketing firm and a productions & entertainment company.
Aisha believes her personality has been the main factor in her success. “I have a go hard or go home personality when it comes to my work ethic,” she explained. “I believe that we should strive to do our very best at whatever we are involved in, whether that be our education, our work life or our personal lives. I am a woman who wins!”
Born and bred in a family that generally wins in life, Aisha is proud of her lineage of success. “My family are all go-getters. My parents are doctors and they made sure all of their children would be over achievers and conscience enough to use their talents to help others,” she explained.
She said her biggest triumph has been being a business pioneer and working on her book, Retire by 35, A Blueprint to Financial Freedom for Generation Y.
Life hasn’t always been a crystal stair for Aisha. “I had a divorce that was especially difficult and extreme sickness that I overcame in 2008 – 2009. So much happened at once that I didn’t think I would make it to 2010,” Aisha recalled. “But, God helped me to rebuild myself physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually and I am happier than I have ever been in my life.”
“Being a sawy sister is important because we women all have a gift of influencing the world and leaving our mark. To me, sawy sisters are women who have it together and want other women to succeed as well, thereby empowering more women to shine.”
To learn more about Aisha Jackson and her work, please visit www.aishajackson.com