Did you know that a person's formative years occurs during the ages 18-24? Those are the ages when most people are in university.
What are you doing in university? Burying your head in books to get that "A"? Spending hours on DOTA or the Big Bang Theory and then cramming assignments at the last minute?
Do you hear about people who are traveling places, influencing others, doing things that they love, and then wonder whether that could be you?
Well, it starts with forming and changing mindsets on what we are capable of doing. One of the easiest ways is through reading.
What do we have to offer? We write. Write to give you a vantage point on how we are tackling university. We're in the system with you, and this is how we take advantage of what we have and make the most out of our formative years.
Our core interests are leadership, self-development and creativity in learning.
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