Tips for success
Be the best at what you do. As a trained lawyer, I understand that there is no short cut to pleasing your clients or winning the case. You need to get the basics right and then excel at it. Whatever we do in life, you have to be very good at what you do and stand out from the crowd.
Be tenacious. I haven’t come across anyone who is successful and not dedicated and committed to what they do. Hard work always pays off.
Be a life-long learner; learn, compare and apply the knowledge. Education and knowledge changed the lives of our family tremendously.
Be a solutionist. Legal training and practice shaped my thinking and behaviour towards helping others and finding feasible solutions to problems. Focus on the opportunities and best answers to the questions that the business or your team have.
Clear the path for others to follow. Because I aim high in my career, the road has never been an easy one. The path you’re heading might not be used often by others. It is ok to fail at times, but it is not ok if you don’t learn anything from it. You need to improvise and get better every time you fall. Make sure you inspire others and maintain the road for them to walk on.
With what I got from King’s, I will continue to strive to create a substantial impact within the insurance industry, as well as the legal, educational and local communities of Cambodia.
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