The most exciting breakthrough of the 21st century will not happen because of technology, but because of an expanding concept of what it means to be human
John Naisbitt, Futurist
Creating a life you love is difficult when you don't know who you really are, much less how to navigate the circumstances around you.
That is why we started Savvy Sapiens - to equip high school students with the tools to discover who they are, how their mind works, and how to create a future that feels right to them.
We do this through online courses and offline workshops that focus on self-leadership and empowerment by learning how to connect more deeply with themselves and others.
WHAT WE OFFER
For Teenagers (16+)
The Conscious Minds Program
Launches June 15th
Have you ever wondered how your mind works and how that directly impacts your chances for success? Or how to speak to and deeply connect with adults without feeling really silly?
In this 4-week online program we share key insights from neuroscience and behavioral psychology that will help you overcome the issues most concerning to you, and give you the language and tools you need to take your life to the next level.
For Schools and Universities
The Life Visioning Workshop
Available throughout the year
Based on the highly popular Life Design class from Stanford University, this workshop applies foundational design thinking principles to facilitate self and career discovery for high school and university students.
It is a fully experiential and creative session with individual exercises and peer-to-peer discussions that will help students create an exciting vision for their future.
"Savvy Sapiens does a tremendous job engaging students in thinking about what their futures might look like and how best to prepare themselves for the world on their doorstep."
ELIZABETH MICCI, HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL, THE HARBOUR SCHOOL
"My greatest concern is that I don't have a clear idea what my passion is and won't know what I want to do in my life. I also worry about how to talk to adults without feeling stupid. For me, Savvy Sapiens has everything that I feel like I need help with."
NIKITA MEHTA, AGE 17, HONG KONG