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  • Emily Fleitz 7:31 pm on April 6, 2012 Permalink
    Tags: , Inspiration, Jigme Ugen, , Students for Tibet, Tibetan Youth Congress   

    10 Days for Tibet 

    AU’s Students for Tibet has been celebrating 10 days for Tibet since March 31st.  I’ve been pretty busy with planning for this event, and I apologize for neglecting this blog.  I don’t want to use this space to advertise for 10 Days, but I do want to let you know about Machik’s event on Monday, April 9th from 3-4:30PM in SIS Founder’s Room.  If you really want to learn about Machik, you gotta go to the source.  Losang Rabgey IS Machik.  If you cut her, she would bleed Machik.

     

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  • Pinkie Komala 4:19 pm on February 27, 2012 Permalink
    Tags: , Inspiration   

    The big picture 

    Internship is definitely a gateway to understand the big picture. Yes, an opportunity to get insights at the 30,000 feet level and see how you fit into it. It has helped me reflect and do a quick self analysis, something like SWOT(Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats)! No doubt, I now have better a sense of my capabilities and it’s been quite a transformation. Well, the fact that I am in my third internship explains it. I have realized that the exposure you get from the work environment is tremendous but the bottom line is you need to have a vision of where you want to see yourself and leverage the opportunities that come your way. As the saying goes, “As you sow, so shall you reap”, take a moment to understand your personal big picture as well as that of your organization and see for yourself how well they can synergize for the betterment of both.

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  • Sarah McIntosh 3:24 am on August 1, 2011 Permalink
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    A Weekend in Tweets 

    I have one word to sum up the annual meeting conference this weekend: Wow. But that one word doesn’t even begin to cover my weekend of successes, triumphs and ah-ha moments. Needless to say I am exhausted, inspired, and at the end of the day, giving up my weekend for work was completely 100% worth it. [Many of my friends are shocked by this. I think I’m lucky to have found a job I really care about.] So, since I am too tired to write about everything at the moment, I’ve decided to list my twitter posts from the weekend instead.

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