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  • charity Archives - AIESEC
    trainee at the Danish embassy decided to call me and ask if I am free I actually think that if I would have been at home I would have asked a lot of questions to see if this event is actually interesting Or I would have been quite lazy and found some random excuse to not wake up at 6 30 am on a Sunday Or I would have had some unimportant thing that I just didn t want to cancel because it was part of my comfort zone But being here far away and constantly being out of my comfort zone I heard that the event is for raising awareness for a disease and I directly said yes The questions about what I had to do only came afterwards I didn t care that I had to skip the party on Saturday had to wake up earlier than I usually do for going to work or that I d be late for lunch I was just happy that I was finally part of helping other people That s pretty much when I realised how easy it is for me to say that my purpose in life is to help others and have an impact but afterwards I just find excuses and stay in my comfort zone or choose fun over helping When you re at home unless you know someone who actively helps others and sometimes ask for your help it is easier not to do anything or maybe you are that person who is always helping However when you go abroad you have the chance to create a very random circle of acquaintances not just from work and old friends but also from language classes other organisations you are in contact with Facebook groups your new neighbour or

    Original URL path: http://aiesec.dk/tag/charity/ (2016-05-01)
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  • claudia Archives - AIESEC
    morning with speeches by the ambassador and important people from the Vietnamese government and other associations beautiful performances and in the end a walk run around the park Lots of people who were in the park came and signed up Vietnamese people are not as shy as Europeans when it comes to joining random events they watched the performances and talked to the organisers I believe that the event drew a lot of attention and to be honest it taught me a lot more than I expected The way I got the invitation was quite random an AIESECer from Hanoi who is also a trainee at the Danish embassy decided to call me and ask if I am free I actually think that if I would have been at home I would have asked a lot of questions to see if this event is actually interesting Or I would have been quite lazy and found some random excuse to not wake up at 6 30 am on a Sunday Or I would have had some unimportant thing that I just didn t want to cancel because it was part of my comfort zone But being here far away and constantly being out of my comfort zone I heard that the event is for raising awareness for a disease and I directly said yes The questions about what I had to do only came afterwards I didn t care that I had to skip the party on Saturday had to wake up earlier than I usually do for going to work or that I d be late for lunch I was just happy that I was finally part of helping other people That s pretty much when I realised how easy it is for me to say that my purpose in life is to help others and have an impact but afterwards I just find excuses and stay in my comfort zone or choose fun over helping When you re at home unless you know someone who actively helps others and sometimes ask for your help it is easier not to do anything or maybe you are that person who is always helping However when you go abroad you have the chance to create a very random circle of acquaintances not just from work and old friends but also from language classes other organisations you are in contact with Facebook groups your new neighbour or simply a random person from the same continent as you that you met on the street You meet all these new people that you can explore with I also think that living abroad helps you see a holistic picture of both the country you live in and your own country so you might have a better idea about how to help Or at least where to start It s not just about the fact that you can figure out how to help people abroad you can also find out what can be improved when you get

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  • comfort zone Archives - AIESEC
    a trainee at the Danish embassy decided to call me and ask if I am free I actually think that if I would have been at home I would have asked a lot of questions to see if this event is actually interesting Or I would have been quite lazy and found some random excuse to not wake up at 6 30 am on a Sunday Or I would have had some unimportant thing that I just didn t want to cancel because it was part of my comfort zone But being here far away and constantly being out of my comfort zone I heard that the event is for raising awareness for a disease and I directly said yes The questions about what I had to do only came afterwards I didn t care that I had to skip the party on Saturday had to wake up earlier than I usually do for going to work or that I d be late for lunch I was just happy that I was finally part of helping other people That s pretty much when I realised how easy it is for me to say that my purpose in life is to help others and have an impact but afterwards I just find excuses and stay in my comfort zone or choose fun over helping When you re at home unless you know someone who actively helps others and sometimes ask for your help it is easier not to do anything or maybe you are that person who is always helping However when you go abroad you have the chance to create a very random circle of acquaintances not just from work and old friends but also from language classes other organisations you are in contact with Facebook groups your new neighbour

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  • culture Archives - AIESEC
    unexpected much I ll probably have to convince the teachers to change the syllabus a bit since they don t focus very much on teaching lots of words they d rather want me to teach them to write the alphabet And I hope I ll manage to get there on time every time since I have to pass through one of Hanoi s biggest traffic jams But I think that it will all go well and they ll learn lots of things and then they ll idolise me and I can make plans to take over the world with my new 8 minions and my motorbike This week I had time to reflect better about why I love to be in the National Support Team for AIESEC in Denmark I have the chance to work with lots of different projects to help out with driving a common culture and ensuring that everything the entities do in AIESEC in Denmark is sustainable National Support Team Actually this is not really one of the new plans but this week I had time to reflect better about why I love to be in the National Support Team for AIESEC in Denmark Right now I am working with Organisational Development which is simply amazing although I cannot be there physically to see the results with my own eyes still worth it though I have the chance to work with lots of different projects from being in charge of creating the framework for quarterly surveys that get people to reflect on the state of their entities and then analysing the results to helping out with driving a common culture and ensuring that everything the entities do in AIESEC in Denmark is sustainable A lot of the things I have to do are completely new to me but thankfully I have Fiete and Ena to help me with the steep learning curve I m mentioning this because I spent quite some time on it in October and November so it reflects pretty well why I was so busy during the last month I think in the first 2 weeks of October I had like 25 Skype hours on this The rest Then the rest of the time I pretty much just go out to eat with people obviously have fun and try to enjoy as much of Hanoi as possible I can t believe that almost half of my stay here is over and that now I should start making plans for the next stage of my life And where s next Vietnam Denmark some other place Oh well some day I ll figure that out Until then you can look at another one of my food pictures green peas and taro ice creams SINCE MY LAST POST DIDN T HAVE A FOOD PICTURE Next I WENT TO HONG KONG AND IT WAS AMAZING YAAAAY How would you translate Pura Vida 17 November 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by zdenka In order to understand pura vida fully you need to sit on a beach with no tourists watching sunset enjoy the cake at the office go with the colleagues to the local bar and switch off Hello everyone My name is Zdenka Pajtasova and I am originally from Slovakia I studied my bachelor at RUC with combination of Global studies and Business Studies I was a volunteer and a member of the National Board of AIESEC in Denmark as well as in Costa Rica and right now I am doing a professional internship with AIESEC here in Costa Rica In my internship I am working for a Business School called INCAE where I am responsible for Corporate Relations in Costa Rica within the department of Career Services I love my internship because I am in touch with HR managers not only from Costa Rica but from whole LATAM and it gives me insights to how the businesses and HR works but also to a specific cultural touch of Latin America and how things are run here I am looking forward to sharing with you my experiences from work AIESEC and Latin American culture enjoy my first post below Pura Vida as a literal translation means pure life However here in Costa Rica it means so much more It means a lifestyle where you enjoy your life You are joyful from the small things You don t worry too much And that is something that I think we Europeans need to learn I love my internship because I am in touch with HR managers not only from Costa Rica but from whole LATAM and it gives me insights to how the businesses and HR works but also to a specific cultural touch of Latin America and how things are run here I m from Slovakia and I did my bachelor in Denmark Very European approach to life a lot of worrying everything has a structure In Costa Rica during my time when I worked for AIESEC and now in my internship I understand more and more the pura vida The bus doesn t come Pura vida take it easy How are you Pura vida everything is fine Here you go it s the book you wanted Pura vida thanks Pura vida is used in so many ways being a central part of their lives But in order to understand pura vida fully you need to sit on a beach with no tourists watching sunset enjoy the cake at the office go with the colleagues to the local bar restaurant because most of them are bar restaurants and switch off All the worries job related talks and just be pura vida But what I realized is that sometimes the very own great unique things that we have and value within our culture can also be our weakness When I talk to Costaricans about Europeans they tell me that we are too stiff That we like structure too much and we make excels about excels But

    Original URL path: http://aiesec.dk/tag/culture/ (2016-05-01)
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  • embassy Archives - AIESEC
    trainee at the Danish embassy decided to call me and ask if I am free I actually think that if I would have been at home I would have asked a lot of questions to see if this event is actually interesting Or I would have been quite lazy and found some random excuse to not wake up at 6 30 am on a Sunday Or I would have had some unimportant thing that I just didn t want to cancel because it was part of my comfort zone But being here far away and constantly being out of my comfort zone I heard that the event is for raising awareness for a disease and I directly said yes The questions about what I had to do only came afterwards I didn t care that I had to skip the party on Saturday had to wake up earlier than I usually do for going to work or that I d be late for lunch I was just happy that I was finally part of helping other people That s pretty much when I realised how easy it is for me to say that my purpose in life is to help others and have an impact but afterwards I just find excuses and stay in my comfort zone or choose fun over helping When you re at home unless you know someone who actively helps others and sometimes ask for your help it is easier not to do anything or maybe you are that person who is always helping However when you go abroad you have the chance to create a very random circle of acquaintances not just from work and old friends but also from language classes other organisations you are in contact with Facebook groups your new neighbour or

    Original URL path: http://aiesec.dk/tag/embassy/ (2016-05-01)
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  • european Archives - AIESEC
    trainee at the Danish embassy decided to call me and ask if I am free I actually think that if I would have been at home I would have asked a lot of questions to see if this event is actually interesting Or I would have been quite lazy and found some random excuse to not wake up at 6 30 am on a Sunday Or I would have had some unimportant thing that I just didn t want to cancel because it was part of my comfort zone But being here far away and constantly being out of my comfort zone I heard that the event is for raising awareness for a disease and I directly said yes The questions about what I had to do only came afterwards I didn t care that I had to skip the party on Saturday had to wake up earlier than I usually do for going to work or that I d be late for lunch I was just happy that I was finally part of helping other people That s pretty much when I realised how easy it is for me to say that my purpose in life is to help others and have an impact but afterwards I just find excuses and stay in my comfort zone or choose fun over helping When you re at home unless you know someone who actively helps others and sometimes ask for your help it is easier not to do anything or maybe you are that person who is always helping However when you go abroad you have the chance to create a very random circle of acquaintances not just from work and old friends but also from language classes other organisations you are in contact with Facebook groups your new neighbour or

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  • event Archives - AIESEC
    January is going to be about how to write the perfect CV We want to give the attendants something of value and they do need this skill Q What is the benefit of using external partners during AIESEC events A For once we can tap into their database of members We can broaden our own business partnerships We can also promote ourselves to the business and to customers So I think it is more than relevant to use external speakers when possible while making it aligned with our own purposes Q How do you see the purpose of corporate events A The basic thing is networking Also there is inspiration and motivation to be had We want to inspire people to do something and act upon that inspiration The purpose is to take theory and turn it into practice To show how you can actually use the skills you are getting Q What other outcomes are you hoping for from these events A To raise awareness of AIESEC in general So that people know what we are all about We want to help people in their life without actually pushing the product on them We would like to create a bigger network of professionals who can share knowledge Students want to hear more about them not only from other students Also by creating these B2B partnerships we can challenge regional issues for example lack of professionals and students from certain areas etc Q What do you personally get out of organizing events A It definitely gives you a bigger network and an idea about how events work it s not only what you can see but what you can t see You also learn how to compromise and still get the best out of it and you also get to understand how important marketing promotions are to get people interested in advance Q Any upcoming event that you re having A As mentioned before we are having an event about making the best CV this time with our external partner SDU Erhverv The photo on top is courtesy of Johnny Harper Magic When your comfort zone is on the run 11 November 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Featured Vores erfaringer by Claudia But being here far away and constantly being out of my comfort zone I heard that the event is for raising awareness for a disease and I directly said yes The questions about what I had to do only came afterwards I didn t care that I had to skip the party on Saturday had to wake up earlier than I usually do for going to work or that I d be late for lunch I was just happy that I was finally part of helping other people On the 25 th of October I had the honour such a fancy word to be MC at a Jogging activity organised by the Danish Embassy in Hanoi and LEO Pharma to celebrate World Psoriasis Day The event took

    Original URL path: http://aiesec.dk/tag/event/ (2016-05-01)
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  • knowledge Archives - AIESEC
    trainee at the Danish embassy decided to call me and ask if I am free I actually think that if I would have been at home I would have asked a lot of questions to see if this event is actually interesting Or I would have been quite lazy and found some random excuse to not wake up at 6 30 am on a Sunday Or I would have had some unimportant thing that I just didn t want to cancel because it was part of my comfort zone But being here far away and constantly being out of my comfort zone I heard that the event is for raising awareness for a disease and I directly said yes The questions about what I had to do only came afterwards I didn t care that I had to skip the party on Saturday had to wake up earlier than I usually do for going to work or that I d be late for lunch I was just happy that I was finally part of helping other people That s pretty much when I realised how easy it is for me to say that my purpose in life is to help others and have an impact but afterwards I just find excuses and stay in my comfort zone or choose fun over helping When you re at home unless you know someone who actively helps others and sometimes ask for your help it is easier not to do anything or maybe you are that person who is always helping However when you go abroad you have the chance to create a very random circle of acquaintances not just from work and old friends but also from language classes other organisations you are in contact with Facebook groups your new neighbour or

    Original URL path: http://aiesec.dk/tag/knowledge/ (2016-05-01)
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