Some may think that the work is linked to the need to obtain a university degree, and they do not try to search for his passion or plan to achieve their dreams in a field other than the one they studied for several years, for fear of failure and losing some money, but Neha Al-Sadiq, the lawyer, did not believe in this principle, and decided to look Behind her passion, she left the lawyer and went to sell fesikh from her home.
Noha Al-Sadiq, the lawyer, spoke about leaving her job and establishing her small project, to “The Seventh Day”, where she said: “I worked for 7 years in the legal profession and I was appealing after going through two stages, namely the general and primary schedule as a progression in the profession. My ambition, but at this time I needed a job in which I would not go down much, especially after having my first child.”
She continued, “I thought to do a project from home, because I love to work, and create an entity for myself, so I thought about fesikh because it is a food loved by many people, and I discovered after that that working in it is difficult, if I prove myself in it, I tried to distinguish myself from sellers that I care about the cleanliness and quality of fesikh as well. “.
Naha tried to be distinguished from others in the field of salt fish, so she went to present her products from the house in an unconventional way to attract the attention of customers, as she said: “Because I love my work more than anyone could imagine, I kept selling my products in the form of gifts, meaning I wrapped the fesikh with a red satin ribbon.” In the form of a bow, and this method surprised many people.
Neha was able to prove herself in the field of selling salted fish, online, but she faces some difficulties in her work, which she talked about, saying: “Any online project, it takes a lot of effort to prove itself, and this was very stressful for me, but thank God, it stayed for me.” Two celebrity clients, such as the artist Badriya Tolba, the artist Rana Samaha, the artist Mina Atta, and the announcer Sally Abdel Salam, but sometimes they are criticized, like why would you choose a lawyer and work in selling fesikh, but my response will be that this is a job that honors anyone and it is sufficient that through it I was able to achieve myself “.
Noha dreams that her project will grow, and she will have clients from all over the Republic, as she said: “Myself, the project is developing and growing, and I help every six Egyptian women themselves who open the door to a halal livelihood, and teach them craftsmanship and supplication.”