• About Me

    My name is Nep Thach, I began my journey 10 years ago to find my courage and purpose with my life.

Why did I even start?

Like most of us whoever felt depressed, anxiety issues and lost without a direction and the most significant thought is I fell “Worthless” like there is nothing here for me and no one understands what I am going through.

What did I do?

I did what I could think of, and that’s to commit suicide. I drove for long periods during the day thinking of how was I going to do it, I thought about driving into a truck, but that’s not the right thing to do. So the best option I thought of is, pulling petrol over my car, lid it up and drove off a bank because I wanted to go out with a bang, right.

I woke up on the side of the road, and the next time I opened my eyes was in the hospital. I survive this ordeal, it was a miracle that I was still alive with scars to show – burnt back and arms.

Do you know why I was still alive?

I time is not up yet, my journey is not over yet, and it’s only beginning. I was meant to do something good in this life, fast track to the present. To this day, I am in love with my partner, and I have a wonderful baby boy.

I now live life to the fullest and continue to improve and personally develop myself. I am now ready to tell the world my story and to inspire others, give them the courage that them can do it too.

My Message of Encouragement

My message to you is, your life means something, and you are here for a reason. I can help you understand and find the courage to walk with confidence.

If you ever feel sad, alone and lost without a direction. You need to come and join me, and I will awake your senses and truly take charge of your own life – find values and strengths that have always been in you all along.

Are you a shy guy or gal who’s looking to break out of their shell and start to be more confident in your life? When you invest in your life resume, it will give you the courage to walk with confidence, whether it’s with your family, finding love or finding contentment with work.