Best design studio in Trinidad and Tobago!
As for the critiques, tell me I don’t get it, everybody could tell you “how to do it” they never did it.
—Sean Carter (Jay-z)
To whom much is given, much is tested.
Stress not, over the things you have NO control over.
In today’s fast moving, high turnover job market, is a degree really relevant? The truth is most graduates in Trinidad rarely ever get a job in their desired field of study and if a handful of graduates do the next hurdle is the experience required…
How are graduates suppose to begin their careers when organizations are so bureaucratic they leave no room, furthermore pave no path for the young and talented to innovate and lead? Then my question is posed to the lecturers of tertiary education - how are you going to encourage and inspire the slow learners/students who fail exams and are repeating?
My gripe is with these ills of this contemporary society that frustrate me.
Well at least in Trinidad.
Bottom line - Get your degree no matter how long it takes you. Make people proud.
However make your own lane, you the graduate, be empowered and innovate.
About the Author
A marketing scholar and business opportunist. Started a design studio from his bedroom in late 2008. He has been in the creative industry for two years prior his own company and three thereafter. A management student at heart, but design is in his blood. For fun he enjoys a good game of football or a cold beer and good company.