That was a period in which I co-founded Malaysia’s top tech education student club and scaled it from few students to hundreds and phased myself out successfully, worked full time at a deep tech AI startup, gave a TEDx talk about future of education, spoke at the International Association of Universities, co-authored an Oxford University Press book, built several high performing teams of students who created lasting large scale events and experiences and coached even more students and all of these while being a full time computer science undergrad. That flow, to take curiosity to passion to purpose was something I had done without being aware of it. Taking Habit of Ferocity made that flow visible so I can be intentional about it. That means soooo much to me because I always wondered how I can sustain and scale my growth beyond graduation, and Steven Kotler's framework for peak performance allowed me to take a step and envision repeating that process now given the new variables and realities in my life. As a consequence of that, my relationship with my job and my growth expectations from it have become much clearer to me, I've teamed up with a friend and ex colleague to start a podcast soon, and I've resumed coaching university students, but this time leveraging my tech product management knowledge to reach and impact a radically larger number of students that I ever did before. I recommend this Quest to anyone who is serious about sustainable and scalable peak performance in this world. This is one specialised curriculum that'll just work.