The discussion is open from 21-03-2012 to 30-04-2012
The advisor answered on 20-04-2012
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- Paul Wong1333292385
Thanh, because I believe work supports the family, I am willing to sacrifice work for the family but not vice versa (it's been a difficult but rewarding choice because it challenges me to work even more purposefully).
When making choices, I ask myself how does my choice affect my relationships (key word) in this order of priority:
With honesty & often the help of mentors, I consider my motivation and the pros & cons of my choice. If a choice has a negative impact on the family, I would find alternatives or simply say "No" to the opportunity.
It's taken years of painful mistakes in the past for me to come to a decision to choose family over work. In the work, it's also been many painful mistakes to come to a decision to put the team before customers.
These priorities have now helped me to make better choices - which leads to more peace, less regrets and balance in my life. Hope this answers your question :)hZWXmZhimmqbl5mExaBkb-GkoGOYcFLJpMWoq4DHo5ifmatXc6xsm2pTcdGrrZenVW7VbW6eUp3Zppeky9TSg5_XnJeYaoOgydel0tHTlqPad9Wk01hr2XKab1qox6eVoKdbcJlzZJ-rpGqccliTo6aqx6WVzZRZn6tuZJyHm5eXlYSh12qac4bS2dHJ2JCqz5WIbdlwZKBalWpqbohwsbA.
- THANH NGUYEN1333415115
Thanks Paul for very sincere and inspiring answer. I really like when you say making the choice of family over work even make your work more meaningful and purposeful. Wish you and your small family a lot of health, joy and happiness:)hZWXmZhimmqbl5mExaBkb-GkoGOYcFLJpMWoq4DHo5ifmatXc6xsm2pTcdGrrZenVW7VbW6eUp3Zppeky9TSg5_XnJeYaoOgydel0tHTlqPad9Wk01hr2XKab1qox6eVoKdbcJlzZJ-rpGqccliTo6aqx6WVzZRZn6tuZJyHm5eYm4Sh12qac4bS2dHJ2JCqz5WIbdlwY6BalmVpWqGysQ..