The girls of the Cogs Agency are putting on a series of events to celebrate all things being a woman. We are gathering our friends, old and new, working in the field of digital, advertising, marketing and technology.
It would be our pleasure to have you join us for some morning cuppa and chat and life inspiration. Topic will change every time, so stay tuned!
You are worth the risk!
Sometimes it takes some serious effort to start all over again. It feels you’ve got this life under control and everything is kinda alright. But what if deep down you know it’s not quite it and you are seeking for something else!?
This time we are talking about being afraid, but taking a risk and doing it anyway. A Singapore based entertainment artist and TV presenter Nikki Muller will be talking about the risks she took and changes she made to her life to make sure she was following her gut feeling.
We are gathering at the Awesome Café at 202 Telok Ayer St, 068639 on Tuesday, the 17th of Nov.
8:30am – arrival, coffee/ tea and pastries
9am – talk and Q&A
9:30 – wrap-up and announcement of the next event’s topic
10am – you are on your way to the office, inspired and ready to rock it!
Please reply to Dianne at email@example.com by Thursday, the 12th of November. If you want bring to your girlfriend and colleagues, let us know so we have a warm cuppa and croissant waiting for them, too!
Nikki is a Singapore based Entertainment Host and TV Presenter who started her broadcasting career when she was 15 years, working for the MTV. Life and studies took her to the States, where she had a chance to work under Kevin S. Bright – Executive Producer/Director of “Friends”. She then secured a stable job at the United Nations. And once you are there, and unless you mess up something completely, you are pretty much secured a role for the rest of the life. Sounds pretty good right?
But she knew something wasn’t quite right. And her dissatisfaction with not following a path that she would want to walk on led her to emotional eating and other struggles. She knew she had to change something!
She is now back to Singapore and you might recognise her face from Fox Sports, the Opening and Closing Ceremony of the SEA Games. And just being “an ordinary girl who wants extraordinary things out of life”