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1. The higher you go, the longer it takes. 

Don’t think you will arrive quickly.  In fact, things that usually sprout up quickly also wither quickly.  Learn from mentors and allow time, experience and failures to do their work in you.  Your best years are probably after your 45 years old.

2. The higher you go, the higher level of commitment it takes from you.  

Often, we start out with the commitment to do the right thing as a leader – make good decisions, produce results – but as we go higher we find there must be a greater commitment to become the right kind of leader – honest, hold to your values, do the right thing even when it  hurts – this takes a higher level of commitment.

3. The higher you go, the greater the growth in you, your followers and your organization.  

As we rise to a higher and higher level of leadership we gain more experience in people skills, producing fruit and making the right decisions that increases our personal growth as a leader and person, and also the ability to lead others to the next level which multiplies our growth, influence and productivity.

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HOW MY GRANDFATHER DIED DURING KHMER ROUGH

October 13, 2018  -Written by : Vong Serey Vatanak

Since I was born , I have not seen my grandfather's face


Horrible stories were told about how cruel the Khmer Rouge regime was , but not many survivors from the regime wanted to recall because it causes tear to drop and pain to reoccur. 

Khmer Rouge regime started over 3 years from 1975 until 1979 . To Cambodian people, 3 years 8 months and 20 days was recorded in their mind permanently. When you talked to a Khmer Rouge survivor about that length of the time, they understand it very clearly. Over one third of the population was killed cruelly. 

 

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