In 2013, Tourism Australia’s hosted the ‘Best Jobs in the World’ competition. 34,000 people from 197 countries applied for six amazing jobs. Continue Reading →
I love looking and editing resumes because they can be so good, or so bad. And I love making things clear and concise, which is the biggest challenge of resumes. And I believe they are always a work-in-progress. Every time I look at my own resume, there’s a new word I want to replace, or phrase I want to re-write, and I think, why did I not notice this before?! Continue Reading →
For most of 2013, I was going through internal struggles in deciding what I wanted to do with my life… What do I want to do? Where do I want to work? I always thought I wanted a corporate job at a big company but after SAP, I started thinking otherwise. Although it was hard to admit to myself and to others, “No, I’m not looking for a job. Yes, I’m working on my YouTube full-time.” eventually, I came to accept my decision of not going the conventional route and I’m really glad I did it. Continue Reading →
This competition has been a crazy whirlwind! Even though I didn’t make it into the final round, I am happy and overwhelmed with gratitude because so many people in my network helped and supported me in this competition!
Being involved with AIESEC, a student-run international organization, definitely changed my life and made university a great experience for me so I was delighted when AIESEC SFU invited me to speak at their monthly General Assembly as the alumni speaker. Continue Reading →
Tourism Australia sent me a letter (read it here) confirming that out of 600,000 registrations from around the world, I made the cut into the 150 shortlist for the six positions in the ‘Best Jobs in the World’ competition! And I’m the only one from Canada shortlisted for Chief Funster. Can you believe it?! Continue Reading →
I developed a PowerPoint presentation on social media to share how my SAP colleagues could engage online through tweeting and blogging.