My First Session At TKS!

Almost a week has gone by since my very first TKS session and I am extremely excited to go back and to learn more.

From the very moment I stepped into the McKinsey and Company building I knew that it was going to be a phenomenal year. Throughout the TKS session, I learned many things that I definitely wouldn’t have learned at school. I learned a new perspective of looking at things as Navid and Nadeem explained what was gonna happen in the next ten months.

I am extremely fortunate that I am able to attend TKS sessions since TKS equips me with the mindset and skill set to change the world and to make my dream a reality by exposing us to global emerging trends and cutting edge technologies and opportunities that I definitely would not be able to learn any where else. The environment TKS is based on really focuses and goes in depth on the building and structure of a successful mindset and skill set which is extremely important and essential especially when taking on global challenges and multi billion dollar issues.

Something that really resonated with me was that I should do something that I am passionate about and not something that I dont like because if I am passionate about something and willing to take risks and put in the work in that space, I will for sure do extremely well. Another factor that really resonated with me is that the world is growing and advancing at an exponential rate and I cannot afford to fall behind in these emerging trends and cutting edge technologies. I am extremely passionate about artificial intelligence, financial stock markets, app development, and virtual and augmented reality and have started to research more into those fields.

I am looking forward for rest of the TKS sessions and am excited to see myself grow and make a change in something that I am extremely passionate about.

Lastly, I would like to thank Navid and Nadeem for creating TKS, a phenomenal and golden opportunity for teens and I am extremely excited and enthusiastic to be a part of this program.

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