I met YK back in 2012 when he had just started his transition into human potential development through coaching and writing. On his quest for excellence he completed many prestigious programs, but the most revolutionary program he discovered was Strengths-Based Coaching. Though I have always thought of what I do for a living less as a job and more as a calling, I never understood my true strengths, and perhaps more importantly, my weaknesses. YK’s coaching made me recognise my unique genius and helped me make choices to create my destiny with confidence and clarity.
The insights on his blog, especially those on ADHD, are mind blowing and personally motivated me to adopt an active lifestyle to keep my brain sharp. His unconventional and creative approach, and unwavering focus even blew my team away when he helped them boost sales for one of my events.
I am proud that my long-time friend is now a world-class coach and soon to be an author. I wish him the best in creating tomorrow’s best entrepreneurs and executive leaders.