11-Year-Old Hammid Safi Makes Huge Impact as “Youngest Motivational Speaker in Pakistan”

Sometimes life will just throw rocks at you and try to bring you down. The only remedy to this difficult situation is someone to talk to and uplift your spirit; someone who can help you get back on track.

We usually talk to old people whenever we need some wisdom in our life but would you believe that an 11-year-old kid can motivate you to be inspired and confident?

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Hammad Safi from Pakistan is the youngest motivational speaker in Pakistan. Dubbed as a “super kid”, “child extraordinaire”, “motivational guru”, and “the little genius of Pakistan”, he inspires others and pushes his vision of an educated Pakistan as well as access to technology in order to connect the youth to the modern world.

He’s also a freelancer, TV anchor and a lecturer at the University of Peshawar where his colleagues are twice his age!

He uses the social media platform YouTube to reach out to as many people as possible. Currently, he has over 160,000 subscribers and some of his videos have been viewed a million times. Though his topics are not the most original, as an 11-year-old kid his approach is very different, giving a strong effect towards his viewers and listeners.

Hammad comes from one of the wealthiest families in Peshawar but his status in life doesn’t affect him in achieving his goals. He spends 10 to 12 hours everyday reading and studying other motivational speakers so he can improve his skills, his dreams of being a leader, and show the worth of his country to the world.

Sure that there are some people who think he has a long way to go in proving himself but at his early age, he was able to continue to change lives which is not typical to an 11-year-old kid; this makes him truly exceptional. Good luck Hammad!

Source: Oddity Central