Nothing wrong with that, right?
Now that’s Malaysian style!
It’s that time of the year again where you finally get to enjoy your precious holiday, which means no homework, no assignments, no deadlines, no stress, just pure fun and relaxation! photobucket.com So you’re wondering how you should spend your holiday with that much time and nothing good to do? Below are 6 great ways […]
The World is Big, The World is Small. The world is indeed a large place to live in, but we have so many commonalities among us, that can only be experienced when you go out of the country and interact with the local community there.
This is the question that AIESEC always seeks to answer. This is the core question of our very existence, as we believe in the power of creating future leaders through exchange to help build a better world. This summer, we received many young leaders from all over the world to Malaysia for a life-changing journey with the local society here.
So the next question is:
Daniel Audunsson is from Iceland and is 35 years old. He studies Psychology and dropped out one month before graduation, to be an entrepreneur. His own business (Vimle.com) is related to online marketing in 5 countries. When he dropped out, the general reaction towards him was relatively negative. However, Daniel is a person who was keen to be an entrepreneur, and didn’t want to waste a single month. Hence, he worked tirelessly for 16 hours a day, even during weekends.
Laís de Oliviera, joined AIESEC in 2007 under the Local Committee of Belo Horizonte. She began at Talent Management and moved on to Corporate Relations, and there was a moment she was almost dismissed in her Local Committee due to her inactiveness. However, she rebounded and worked hard to become the Vice President of Talent Management.
It’s hard to summarise my two months of adventure in words because they do no justice to the experience I had…