A Note from the Founder
As a parent in today’s fast-paced world, I can only imagine what an immense challenge it must be. In addition to ensuring that you instil the right values in your child, you hope that they will be confident enough to stand up for who they are, and resilient enough to weather the storms that will come their way.
Now I’m not a parent. But having worked in the innovation space for a number of years and spoken to countless CEOs, business leaders, entrepreneurs, private investors, academics, even government officials from across the world about what "success" in such a rapidly changing global landscape looks like, there are a few things that I've learned along the way.
They are that:
Careers are no longer a one and done deal. And there is no predictable pathway to success. The solution instead lies in cultivating self-awareness, agility, and the ability to learn and reinvent yourself as you go along.
Collaboration is key. Being able to understand and foster relationships with people is the only thing that truly gets anyone ahead. We may be living in a digital world, but people are still at the heart of everything. Knowing how to listen, communicate, and build strong networks is critical to your child's success.
It all starts in the mind. Our limitations are always self-created, and if not addressed, can continue to hold us back for the rest of our lives. As such, it has become increasingly more important to learn how to gain awareness of one's thoughts, beliefs, and biases, and acquire the tools to overcome them.
These realizations are the reason that I built Savvy Sapiens - a personal and professional growth platform for young adults - because I believe that it is important to prepare the next generation for this "new normal" by providing them with the insights and tools they need to not just survive, but thrive - now and into their future.
But in order to really make a difference, I need your support.
As guardians of the next generation, no one’s opinion is more important than yours. So I humbly ask that you help by providing me with your feedback where possible and convenient, so that I can continue to improve and optimize the learning experience for your child.
You can do this by simply emailing me directly at with any thoughts, concerns, or queries you might have. I promise to respond within 24 hours and will always be immensely grateful for the outreach.
Because call me crazy, but I truly believe that with my commitment and your contribution - we can overcome any barriers to success, and build a stronger future for your children, together.