TKS has completely changed the trajectory of my life. It gave me the mentorship, knowledge and mindset required to turn my urge of wanting to do something big as a kid to a reality in the next 10 - 20 years. Surrounded with smart, driven young people who share the same ambition, I’m inspired to continuously learn and improve myself on a daily basis. By pushing myself to execute complex concepts, learn advanced concepts and seek our mentorship from the world’s experts, I’ve grown into a much more confident person who believes that she can have the capability to impact the world.
How is TKS different from other programs?
TKS is my second home: It nurtures you to grow internally, develop your passion, reflect on what makes you happy and how to design a lifestyle that enables you to strive towards your full potential. You’re preparing yourself to develop a vision that you’re passionate about through a process of internal self-discovery to create long-lasting, external impact on the world.
Advice I would have given to myself before I joined TKS:
Don’t limit yourself and conform to social expectations. Oftentimes, we project our tiny vision to the world and decide what we want to become based on the popular role models that we see, whether it’s becoming a doctor, lawyer, consultant, and more. But you have to remember that being a 15-year-old student, it is probably not wise to decide what you’ll become in the next 80% of your life from the first 20% of your life. And it’s important to be radically open-minded, question yourself on what you might become and test those hypothesis. You gotta challenge and stretch yourself to your limits: If there’s no pain, there’s no gain, and you’ll fall into the path that’s not necessarily your own.