One of my favorite things to do is to MC. I know it sounds weird, but I had the honor of being MC at several public school functions as a teenager and I guess you could say I caught the bug! I get excited about standing in front of a crowd and even delivering the most mundane news in a humorous way.
One of my other favorite things to do is to give pep talks. Through my years of life experience and the spiritual learnings that I have had the privilege to undertake, I often find myself listening and responding. I'm kind of past the point of giving advice and telling people what to do, but I offer ways to see things outside the box. I LIVE outside the box, always trying to see things from a different point of view. I love doing this so much I decided to start a podcast!!
Besides, one of my vision board dreams is to be on *the TED stage and share my story. My story of multiculturalism, overcoming obstacles, overcoming society’s requirement of ‘normal’ with pressure from BOTH ends of the cultural spectrum.
I don't know if you've heard, but one of the great thinkers of our time, Malcolm Gladwell wrote a pretty awesome book about how people become so good at what they do. One of the key ingredients is to put in 10,000 hours. Now... I've done my fair share of public speaking so far on my journey, but I'm excited to do more. Are you looking for a speaker for your event? Check out the topics I can speak on with earnestness, skill, and authority:
App Dating in the 21st century
Multiculturalism in the West
Growing up a Third Culture Kid (TCK)
Being Eurasian in a Western (or Eastern) World
What kids really need today: connection
How to use social media in the classroom
How to spur creativity in today's world
Identity crisis in a social media world: who am I even?
Top social media mistakes you’re making
How to get started on social media
Parents & Social Media: what you need to know
Group dynamics and what that means in the workplace
Say what needs to be said
The importance of leaning in to conflict
Vulnerability and conflict go hand in hand
Why I chose to run the NY Marathon even though I’m not a runner
What does Contribution even mean?
Better relationships with people outside your culture
What does Forgiveness Mean?
Entrepreneurship in the 21st century
Starting from Zero: Online Freelancing
Mindset and Entrepreneurship: A Love Story
My pricing structure varies from talk to talk. Please inquire for more details!
Business Strategy Coach
Being an entrepreneur is Hard. F-ing. Work.
But it’s also hella rewarding. I remember having a one-person party when I hit 20 invoices. I remember the first time I bagged a dream client. I love the networking, I love the inevitable swell of pride in my voice when I say, “I’m an entrepreneur”. Because it means that every single day I get up and do what I want to do. I don’t just fight for a paycheck. I fight for me. I fight for my dreams and what I believe in. And every day I see that dream come into a reality and it only gets better from heven trial new things before you reject it completely. The 21st century business game is not only about the quick wins, it’s about the long haul. You've got this. we've got this.