Popular social media influencer and entrepreneur Anik Nadia Frino has shared some tips on how individuals could live life on their own terms.
To be able to live a life that is meaningful and fulfilling, Anik said people should not be trapped by dogma, which is living with the results of others’ expectations.
“Live your best life because your time is limited. Live it to the fullest. Don’t waste your life living someone else’s life. Instead, erase that and find what you love and do that every day,” Anik said in an interview.
Anik said finding what you love is important because it helps people make a difference since they are doing something they find valuable.
“While we all go through struggles and pain, we must remember that on the other side of that are success and happiness. Find what you love because it will keep you on the path toward realizing your life goals,” Anik pointed out.
Anik said as an influencer who has made a name in inspiring and persuading others by virtue of her trustworthiness and authenticity, she herself lives her life on her own terms.
For those who want to do just that, Anik advised them to “be their own boss,” which meant working for yourself or making your own decisions without anyone telling you what to do.
“That way, you can do whatever you want and whenever you want with no limitations. You’re at the wheel. You make crucial decisions yourself. You’re in charge of your life,” Anik stressed.
Anik shared her favorite quote, which is: “If you don’t build your dream, someone else will hire you to help build theirs.”
Anik said her biggest inspiration in the influencer world is French-Canadian Instagram sensation and model Claudia Tihan, who also runs a popular YouTube vlogging channel.
Anik said she and Claudia grew up in the same city and are currently navigating down the same path.
Anik has also met Claudia and spoken to her and lauded her for “being the same kind-hearted person” despite the fame she enjoys.
Anik, who currently has almost 13,000 followers on Instagram, also recently put up her own business, an arts and crafts store called Customs by J&A.