London-based businesswoman, Monika Drozd, is delighted to announce the launch of a new project designed to support positive mental health development and wellbeing. Titled Project Splashy, the new venture will encourage people to turn dreams into reality by inspiring them to believe in themselves.
According to Monika, the current entertainment industry takes little responsibility for the kind of content it releases to the public. From books, music thru to films and social media, content creators mostly focus on making a profit, and care less about the impacts of their works on the minds of small kids, youngsters, and the general public.
To combat this culture, Project Splashy will bring together artists and innovators to create inspiring content that will emphasize the need for people to believe that everything is possible, and also encourage them to pursue their lifelong dreams. Launching with a single titled Let’s go dreams’; now available on youtube, spotify, itunes and other platforms; the project will also comprise an album, a book, a movie, a musical, a foundation and anything Monika and her team can dream of – all focused on strengthening the belief system of endless possibilities.
“Working in one of the most impoverished regions of London and meeting thousands of small kids, youngsters and families, across all cultures and ages, one thing they all have in common is that they dream a little or not at all.” Says Monika Drozd. “Something that should be free for everyone is no longer available. That’s when the book came to mind and Splashy was born. But before you hear the full story, this is my way of introducing you to Project Splashy through a song. I am not a singer, nor a music writer, yet I am releasing a song. You want to know how? Well, it’s because for the past 4 weeks I chose to dream about it day and night. It all starts with a dream! You do not need to know how you will achieve them, but just start dreaming.”
Monika, who came into the UK from Poland 20 years ago, has proven with her life that anything is possible and that no dream is unachievable. Through sheer determination and an unwavering belief in herself, the dexterous individual – with no command of the English language, worked tirelessly to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to create the life she had always dreamed of.
Although she began her career journey at the base of the ladder, working as a cleaner to make ends meet, Monika pushed herself to properly learn the English language, before completing a BSc in Psychology, and subsequently, a Masters in Neuropsychology. Today, the phenomenal entrepreneur is the owner of the biggest Splash Park in London, as well as The Magical Unicorn Lake which is the premier fun destination for families with children during the summer holidays.
‘It all starts with a dream’ says Monika.