Call Me, Maybe?

I would love to connect with you and help in whatever way I can, but would appreciate if you can reach me through (please click on the box above to schedule a call with me). So far, I’ve taken almost 30 calls and have a perfect 5.0 star rating from everyone who’s called me for advice. All proceeds from the call will go toward the charity that I’m currently fundraising for. Thank you!

Reviews (source:

  • My first Clarity call. What a joy! Cheryl was delightful, helpful and thought-provoking. She quickly gave me relevant advice and went beyond the call of duty following up with further thoughts and suggestions via email. Thanks Clarity and thank you Cheryl.     Charlie Osmond
  • Cheryl proposed a lot of questions we weren’t even thinking about and really challenged us to validate our product prior to a launch. Excellent call and we’ll definitely be giving her another in the near future. 5 stars!
    John Loughrin
  • Cheryl helped me understand some core UX issues quickly and has the right experience to help. I’ll be talking with her again.   Andy O’Dower
  • Loved how Cheryl wanted to understand my specific problem before offering up any advice. Signs of a great entrepreneur/expert! Can’t wait to implement her suggestions.   Chas Wagner
  • Cheryl offered very specific advice on how to achieve my goals. She was completely authentic and gave me extremely insightful analysis. Thank you Cheryl!   Alice Ko
  • Cheryl was amazing, provided me with great tips and helped me a lot. Would call her again!   Gil Tamari
  • Cheryl is an experienced person who gives no nonsense advice.   Syed Shuttari
  • Great conversation on story development, Highly recommend a call with Cheryl   Chase Barmore
  • Cheryl was awesome. Great perspectives!    Jay Leishman
  • Cheryl was able to answer my questions quickly and with great detail. Would call again.  Nick Jessop
  • Cheryl is a selfless entrepreneur who has helped me with my product’s direction, with navigating fundraising, and with recruiting engineering talent. Not once has she asked for anything in return. When she does, I’ll be happy to try to repay all the favors.    Clinton Wu

One Response to “Call Me, Maybe?”

  1. Kim Chuan Koay

    Hi Cheryl.

    Congratulations to you for taking the bold step to come back and take on the challenge of being the CEO of MaGic, just a couple of doors away from my office. 🙂

    A very noble effort indeed. I’m rooting for you to be successful in your new venture, for the sake of the country and the youth of today.

    Malaysia is at the crossroads. We need to break away from the shackles of the old ways and chart a new course for our country and it’s people. There will be folks that will not want this change to occur and will surely throw challenges in your way. I pray that you will be be able to navigate through them staying strong and resolute.

    Back home here, I fear that you are likely to hear comments such as “this is not how we do things” and that the pace of action is much more slower, all examples of the legacy systems that has been entrenched into the Malaysian psyche, inherited from the generation before us to us and now passed on to those that follow us.

    I wish you well in your future endeavours to break this cycle and make a mark to change this country of ours for the better. May you be blessed to have like minded people at your side with the same spirit and desire that shares the same vision. And lastly, from your writings and posts, I sensed you possess a strong core of values and hope you will be able to inspire more “Cheryl Yeohs” of the future, regardless of ethnicity and all other labels.

    Yours sincerely,


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