Tailored for challenging times,
our program offers three pillars to foster focus,
calm, and motivation.



Structure

The absence of structure can feel overwhelming.

Stay on Track

In weekly meetings, you’ll organize your time. Learn techniques to stay in the flow and energized by a clear schedule. Adopt methods to easily prioritize your activities, set tasks, and meet goals.

  • Prioritization Decision Matrix
  • Pomodoro Method training
  • Kanban & Todo Management tools
  • Tailored Framework(s)

Vision

Undefined goals can lead to stagnation.


Find Direction

Bring a sense of purpose to your academic and extracurricular goals. We advise you to delineate and deepen your goals, bringing credibility to your college applications.

  • Project Advising
  • Supervision
  • Pitching and Feedback
  • One to one mentorship

Support

A muddled mind can wreak havoc on your mood and productivity.

Feel Lifted

In our workshops and speaker events, learn how to master your mind. Identify and learn from roadblocks. Adopt creative ways to break out and deepen your values.

  • Webinars/Forum
  • Support texts and emails
  • Group meetings
  • Optional: group projects

ARIADNE is a monthly subscription program running from September to May.



The Story of Ariadne's Thread

She gave Theseus:
A sword to do the job (structure),
a thread to navigate out of this maze (vision)
and love (support)

Ariadne was the daughter of King Minos of Crete and his wife Pasiphae, in Greek mythology. By her mother, she was the granddaughter of the sun god Helios. She is best known for her pivotal role in the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur.

According to the myth, Minos' son died during some games that were organised in Athens. In retribution, the king of Crete attacked Athens and won. He then imposed a heavy burden on the city; he demanded that seven young men and seven young women be sent to Crete every year in order to be sent for sacrifice into the Labyrinth underneath Minos' palace, where the Minotaur dwelt. The Minotaur, as the unnatural offspring of a woman and a beast, had no natural source of nourishment and thus devoured humans for sustenance.

One year, when the fourteen young people of Athens were about to be sent to Crete, Theseus, son of King Aegeus of Athens, volunteered to be sent in order to kill the Minotaur and end the sacrifices for good.

When they arrived in Crete, Ariadne fell in love with Theseus and decided to help him in his quest. She gave him a sword to fight the Minotaur, as well as a ball of thread; she advised him to tie one end near the entrance of the labyrinth and let the thread unroll as he delves deeper into the twisting and branching paths. When Theseus found the Minotaur, he managed to slay him, and then followed the thread back to the entrance, where Ariadne was waiting.


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