What’s something you’d like to be really good at?
Storytelling. Because people don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it.
If there was going to be a movie of your life, which actor would you want to play you, and why?
Meryl Streep, because she’s amazingly talented. I’m still in awe of her recent appearance in The Post alongside Tom Hanks. I’m a big fan of hers!
What would be the title of your biography?
Life’s A Playground—The Life Of A Millennial Sandwiched Between Baby Boomers And Generation Z.
What’s one thing that’s controversial to people, but shouldn’t be?
So many things—family choices, love, climate change, religion, politics, just to name a few. I think we should all accept that we can never be the same, and learn to respect one another. Isn’t the world more colourful because we are all unique?
If you could invite any three people to dinner, living or dead, who would you choose?
Firstly, Jesus, to talk about humankind and his views on many controversial subjects. I’d also invite Warren Buffett for his joy for life and curiosity in things, his eye for value and his humility, and lastly Ellen DeGeneres, for her courage on overcoming adversity and choosing to overcome hate with love and kindness. She’s like a modern-day saint. Honestly, there’re many more people I’d like to invite, like Zaha Hadid, Jack Ma, Wong Kar Wai, Richard Branson, Elon Musk, Angelina Jolie, and Oprah.