Tay has taken leading roles in charitable initiatives including fund-raising in aid of homes for the disabled and disadvantaged children in Thailand and Bali. He has also given support to homes and hospices in Singapore.
With an active interest in the wellness arts, Tay is a certified forest therapy (ShinrinYoku) guide. He has attended mindfulness training up to advanced level courses. Life coaching is to him another pathway to the individual’s overall wellness.
Tay aspires to setting up a wellness sanctuary in Bali.
Drawing on his personal experience in overcoming major challenges in his personal and professional life, Tay walks with clients in mid-career and mid-life on their journey of rediscovery, oftentimes taking in perspectives that they may not have thought of, and moving forward to secure a better place for themselves and those in their lives.
In wanting to put to action his philosophy that no potential and talent should be denied and let to waste, Tay offers himself as a coach particularly to people in mid-career and mid-life situations. Tay takes on this vocation strongly in the belief that people should be recognised for their unique abilities and be the best they can be to live a purposeful life.