I've been told in the past that I say "yes" too often. And maybe that's true.
But what it has done for me - is given me so many opportunities to pursue what makes my brain tick, even at a young age.
I've given a TED talk, started 3 businesses, and present & produce for radio stations, podcasts and more. But what I am most proud of, is being able to show other young people that it is possible.
Possible to follow your passions.
To make a difference, right now.
If I'm not working on some project, you'll find me either with my beautiful dog Shanti, tinkering with something technical or playing a mean game of Scrabble.
I try and live & operate with 2 different ideas that I've formed over the years that act as a bit of a guide for me.
Firstly, I think it's important to understand where you stand on certain things. I regularly put time & effort into exploring where my experiences, values, beliefs and background place me and how they influence how I see big concepts. How do you choose to see failure? Growth? (Mindsets like curiosity, calm, counterbalance etc...)
Secondly, a choice to think, act & speak kindly, no matter the audience, no matter the topic, no matter the environment. I sometimes fail, I sometimes do something that wasn't so kind - and that's being human - but I think choosing to be a good human and choosing kindness no matter what you receive is a good way to live.
Featured in the monthly magazine distributed to the WA schools, hospitals, universities in the Archdiocese of Perth.
Featured in the "WA Rising Stars" feature, reveal 50 of the State's most talented young people over the course of a month.
Last year, I was fortunate to be able to give a TED talk.
Profiled after the launch of my first enterprise, The Tech Thread Co.