I have been lucky enough to be involved in many different projects and ventures over the years, from large global engagements to local start-up ventures. I have leveraged my experience as a consultant and an entrepreneur to develop programs designed to assist modern professionals and college students overcome their challenges. While some of the popular programs may offer "7 Simple Steps to Success" types of promise, I believe there are no such things as shortcuts and one-size-fits-all types of solutions. Every person is different and every situation is different. We live in a fast-paced world where things are constantly changing. My experience has taught me that understanding how to solve a problem is more valuable than the answer to a particular problem. Once we understand the methodology, we can apply the concept and the process to varying type of challenges.



What is your ROI for life?

CEOs are in charge of making strategic decisions to build success in corporations. One of the Key Performance Indicators (KPI) to measure CEO performance is Return On Investment (ROI) with regard to long-term investments on the sustainable success of the company. Nobody is more qualified than you to serve as the CEO of your life. How do you define success? How do you measure success? Learn more…


  • 1 – 1.5 hour presentation

  • PowerPoint + Q & A

  • Audience size: No limit


  • 1.5 – 3 hours presentation

  • PowerPoint + Q & A + Handouts

  • Audience size: Up to 20


  • 3 – 5 hours interactive session

  • PowerPoint + Interactive Exercises + Q & A + Handouts

  • Audience size: Up to 20


  • 2 days: 5 hours interactive session per day

  • PowerPoint + Interactive Exercises + Q & A + Handouts

  • Audience size: Up to 20



How to build an effective and cohesive team culture based on core values.

While every organization may have core values displayed, often they are merely groupings of fancy words with no applicable meanings or realistic methods of measure. The core values must be defined, practiced, measured, and refined by everyone on the team. This program demonstrates how to define and operationalize your core values throughout your organization. Learn more…

Entrepreneurial Mindset: Develop and empower all team members to become impact agents in your organization.

Complacency and status quo can be toxic to any organization. While it may be impossible (and potentially dangerous) to staff your entire organization with entrepreneurs, your organization can benefit from the entrepreneurial mindset to innovate, refine, and thrive. Learn more…

Intentional Leadership: Leading with authentic core values.

The functional skill sets and performance typically propel advancements towards leadership positions in today’s business world. While quantifiable metrics may serve as an effective measurement for one’s capability, the numbers do not show much about one’s capacity to lead. The functional skills required to produce results typically are based on “What” and “How”. An effective leadership requires two additional components; “Who” and “Why”. Learn more…

Compelling and Intentional Communication.

The ability to communicate your thoughts effectively is an essential life skill. It’s not just a technical skill to be successful at work nor it’s just a soft skill to maintain a healthy relationship at home. Intentionally communicating your thoughts, ideas, beliefs, counter arguments, stories, and observations is critical in both personal and professional life. Learn more…

As the CEO, are you managing your Personal Brand effectively?

This presentation provides an overview of the framework and practice of Personal Branding. Through real-life personal brand case studies, tools, and applications, the audience will learn how to develop a strategic plan for your personal brand with purpose. Living a life of strategic planning with measurable ROI and striving toward meaningful goals will increase the probability of achieving true success. Learn more…

Unleash your authentic confidence!

There are 2 types of confident people in the world; those who possess authentic confidence and those who don’t. The authentic confidence is gained through self-discovery, awareness, and reflection. These people are also keenly aware of their weaknesses and practice vulnerability by openly sharing their weaknesses. They operate from a place of love and growth mindset. Learn more…

Do you really understand Equity? - Defining Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity with clarity and purpose.

There are plenty of discussions and initiatives around the topics of Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity(EID) in various contexts; social, political, socio-economic, racial, gender, age, disability, etc… Most companies, organizations, and initiatives are led with all three topics jumbled together or Diversity as the primary driver. Before tackling these very important topics, we must start with transparent and intentional discussions on the following; Inequity, Exclusion, and Exclusivity. Learn more…

Overcome “Us vs. Them” mentality by building bridges instead of walls.

Is your services team disconnected from your sales team? And vice versa? Do team members of various minority status face adversities? How diverse is your team? Is your organization diverse for the sake of diversity? Has an “Us vs. Them” mentality in your organization create a divisive culture and detrimental outcomes? Are HR and management forced to act as referees or a peacemakers? Learn more…

Connecting the Yellow Dots: Asian-American empowerment through incorporating the past, present, & future.

Do we know where we come from? Why are we where we are in the present? Where are we going in the future? As Asian-Americans, we often struggle with our identity. Trying to bridge the gaps in culture, philosophy, generation, language, and value can feel overwhelming. Whether you are a 4th generation Asian-American or a FOP (Fresh-Off-the Plane, formerly known as FOB: Fresh-Off-the Boat), we are often judged by stereotypes formed generations ago. Learn more…