Imagine for a moment that it is 2022, but that you are only 14 years old. What are you doing, what are you thinking? Are you thinking about how you are going to change the world, or are you thinking about what you are going to do with your friends today.
My next guest on Pursuing Profit with Principles is 14 year old Sanika Datar, a freshman in high school who is doing amazing things. Stay with me as I interview Sanika, her mother Seema and her coach, Neetu Rishi of the Success Door. You are going to love this.
Sanika is a recipient of Presidential Point Of Light, an award-winning writer, researcher, Founder of Space For Youth non-profit organization and a Sustainability Ambassador from Kirkland, WA. She is the National recipient of the 2021 Angela STEM Award and has recently been nominated as a National Community Ambassador. She is a TEDx speaker & has co-authored a book that's published an Amazon. Being a Carson Scholar & Davidson Young Scholar, she is also one among 15 students in the U.S. to have received the International Young Achiever nomination. She is a member of Torch & Laurel Society. She writes regularly for Kirkland Living magazine and The Success Door Journal, and has been quoted in PR Newswire, Cision, Seattle Times, India West, VoyageDallas, People’s Impact Network, Parent Map, and many other national media.
Relevant time stamps:
3:36. How she started her writing career in second grade
4:29 Space for Youth non-profit Organization
7:37 Moving on to a Ted talk
8:56 Managing your time and still being able to be a kid
10:37 The role of parents in helping their child achieve
13:42 The power of having a coach
- We are never too young to make a difference
- Pursue your dreams and passions, whatever they are
- You don't have to do it alone, success is a TEAM sport
- Seek the support of family and friends
- Get a coach who can help you go farther than you thought you could
- Reimagine Education to Elevate Our Potential | Sanika Datar | TEDxEastlakeHighSchool - YouTube
- Finalist for Girls International Science video contest under Best content Delivery category May 2022 Results - GirlsThreeMinuteScience
- Chosen for Student highlight by Superintendent of Northshore school district for community work: https://youtu.be/7Cs4Qmw2pGE
- Book: Epitome Adventures on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Epitome-Adventures-Success-Door/dp/B09Q3VMK9Z/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3UTVP2KXE6BPT&keywords=sanika+datar&qid=1652594376&sprefix=sanika+datar%2Caps%2C224&sr=8-1
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