We’re back at it and our first port of call is not to only raise awareness about Mental Health but do something about it too. The ArjSpeaks Podcast is so grateful to have sat down with the founders of Voice of Health, Luke Karabatsos and James Hatchman which is a leading Australian Mental Health start-up to unpack lessons to support the future of successful and mindful entrepreneurs. Their precious time yielded some precious pearls of wisdom we can all walk away with becoming almost enlightened.
Originally from the UK, he found himself in South Africa and would always speak of an innovative future, one without barriers and one fuelled by tech and efficiency, little did I know that he would manifest this future for himself. Also, he’s 22 and has created a 7 figure business.
I take to Elon Musk’s quote here: Don’t confuse schooling with education, I didn’t go to Harvard, but the people that work for me, did.” I think when it comes to finding inspirations in our world that is littered with challenges today from the COVID-19 pandemic, hunger, poverty, leaders like Donald Trump, people like Joshua Minsk are a ray of hope. For those nerds out there, Josh Minsk, is our New Hope. I certainly am left in awe with all that he has achieved in such a short span of time and will continue to watch closely for all that he is yet to achieve, Josh, you have a few extra years on me to get onto that Forbes list, lets make sure we do it together!
I’ll close today with a quote from Einstein, “try not to become a man of success, rather become a man of value”
“Its okay to not know where you’re going. Be kind to yourself and lean in to your emotions.” Just some of the key messages imparted by this week’s guest! Ruby Chikwiri the founder of the #DressAGraduate Movement in South Africa and a enterprising woman from a very young age. Learn some key lessons on Leadership and how young people are dealing with demands of life as we know it today.
I think Ruby embodies the words by Oprah Winfrey – Think like a queen, A queen is not afraid to fail, failure is another stepping stone to greatness. That was a phenomenal talk I hope you all enjoyed it! Here’s some QueenB to help you take it all in! Until next time Alvida Doston, farewell.