Dear Sail Readers,
Here we start a new month with another issue of Sail Magazine, and yet again, we have two new introductions to the magazine, in an effort to keep growing the magazine and diversify its topics further.
Our first addition to Sail comes in the form of a new advisory board member, Aida AlBusaidy. Aida with her background in journalism, corporate communication, PR, and social media; she will be advising on the monthly content and help cultivate the magazine further.
The second introduction for this month is a new column named “To The Point”, written by Mohammed Kazim. Mohammed’s column aims to openly and honestly target issues around the native culture, society, religion, economy, and policy that have resulted as a consequence of the constantly changing demographics of the region. The column is characterized by a point-like articulate approach that gives the reader a comprehensive understanding of the discussed issues. I hope you enjoy his column as much as I did.
So without further due, here are this issue’s columns by Sail team:
- Interview: We interviewed Wael Al Sayegh; owner of AlGhaf intercultural intelligence consultancy, a poet, a martial arts expert, and much more. In this issue we are publishing the first part of the interview on his personal life and the start of his career.
- Just Another Undergrad: Fatma Bujsaim talks about the problem we face both in high school and university: the mind blockage and lack of the ideas flow.
- Living Through The Eyes of Art: Hamda Al Hashemi writes how Dubai is growing and changing day by day, but how there are some things that should be preserved.
- Scenes From Life: Rawan Albina explains the idea of deep conversations, and how can you have one.
- To The Point: Mohammed Kazim discusses the phenomenon of tribalism in marriage and its consequences on the society.
- Words, Observations, and Ramblings: Reem Abdalla writes about franchising and give insights on the increase of franchising in the UAE in specific.
- Spotlights: Derek Sivers talks about the importance of keeping your dreams for yourself.
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I hope you all have a great year ahead.
Enjoy the read.
With warm regards,
Iman Ben Chaibah
Founder/ Editor in Chief
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