Shrawan Yadav

Shrawan Yadav

Public Speaker | Life Coach | Entrepreneur

This isn't just a campaign




Emotional Wellbeing is the missing link which bridges the gap in the holistic development of our youth.

In today’s competitive environment when every youth is working hard to hone their skills and increase their knowledge base; and the colleges are doing everything they can to make sure the crowd passing out of those gates make their place into the competitive world out there.

With 356 million 10-24 year-olds, India has the world’s largest youth population despite having a smaller population than China. More than 14,94,052 Schools with 250 million students enrolled and 42,343 higher education centers with 40 million enrolled in various program. Indian education system is the largest in the world.

There are 290 million of students studying in our schools and colleges which means there are 290 million of potential future leaders, innovators, teachers, scientists, workers or citizen et al to become.

If we can help them achieve what they want by supporting them with what they need, this would be a step forward to make this world a better place to be.

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About CYOW

To promote and help in developing the dynamic youth of society.

“Connecting youth on wheels” is an initiative taken to empower young India by sharing with them the strategies and lessons to help them be emotionally intelligent and happily successful in life; and also listening to their stories.

This Mission is fuelled by Shrawan, through which he had been reaching out to youngsters across the nation and delivering seminars on the key issues slamming on young India’s face.

In 2017, Shrawan undertook a solo ride on his motorcycle across the 40 cities of India and Bhutan, clocked around 25000 KM, delivered more than 80 seminars at the schools, colleges and Universities.

The CYW campaign is designed with an idea to raise awareness about the importance of ‘emotional wellbeing’; which is also the least discussed topic usually during college and school life.” 

Well, that’s the irony as, “Emotions are behind every human action.” So apparently understanding our emotional-self can add breakthrough in the way we communicate, interact, set goals for ourselves and make crucial decisions. 

How students can be benefitted?

Students will:

  • learn about their emotional self.
  • Be able to boost their performance in academics and in personal lives.
  • Learn to reduce the distraction
  • Become more confident in whatever they choose to do.
  • Get the opportunity to connect and work with Shrawan.

How colleges can be benefitted?

  • Your institution will become an instrumental partner in the larger mission to make this world a better place to be.
  • Here is your chance to Introduce emotional wellbeing education to your students.
  • Awareness to build catalyst in the performance for the students.
  • If the student is not able to overcome the interferences caused by emotions, both the institution and students fail to harness their potential.

If you want to host Connecting Youth on Wheels!

Send us your interest we will keep that in mind while travelling to your city.

The session covers the following topics:

  • How to manage emotional state? 
  • Coping with any addiction 
  • What makes them frustrated, depressed, angry, sad or even happy, loved etc. 
  • How to handle negative emotions? 
  • Peer pressure and Academic Pressure 
  • Bullying and criticism, Self-esteem issues, 
  • The tendency to seek validation from others, and craving for social media followers, etc. 

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