1. Guam, one of the many states that make up Micronesia is known for it’s beautiful golden sand beaches and cosmopolitan ways. Although it’s small enough to explore in a day or two Guam’s breathe taking beautiful views will leave you awe struck. With a blended population of indigenous Chamorro, Filipino and Asians, Guam’s diversity translates through the food and culture. Guam provides a genuine, culturally vibrant experience.
Life can be hectic and challenging these days. With constant demands on your time, information and media overload, the fast pace of life can be draining and exhausting.
Have you ever daydreamed about running a way to a desert island? Hardly practical. Are you dreaming of lying on a secluded beach? Your holiday could be months away. What about a Spa getaway? Maybe that too, is neither practical nor financially viable.
When we think of summer we immediately think of holidays…resting..relaxing…sunbathing… This year, however, I chose to spend my summer differently. Since it’s been a tough year, I wanted to do something unusual with my life, something fulfilling, something… that would make me want to wake up in the morning and not complain about too much sunlight. I took an offer of becoming a teaching volunteer in Romania.. crazy, right? The offer sounded too good to be true, so I immediately pictured my poor body being sold for parts, but I went for it anyway. Said tearful goodbyes to my family (may be seeing them for the last time, right?!) n off i went. When i reached the airport I was apprehensive..anxious… but happy. I met other volunteers and our amazing adventure started! I got a chance to live in 3 places all in all: Bran, Fundata and extraordinary Bucharest…
Attitude, effort and ethics play a huge role in a person’s performance. They can make or break your career. Interaction with people, personal growth and giving more than what’s expected are important in the work place.
Mr.Ryid Nassif is a Recruitment Specialist at Wall Street English in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He studied in Lebanon, the U.K., and is now a Psychology major at King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia.
His father is a Saudi, retired pilot. His mother is a British personal fitness trainer. Ryid is the middle child with one elder brother and one younger sister.
I had the opportunity to interview Ryid about his work and his ideas of what it takes nowadays to excel in the work place.