Joint Business Economics & YPC Networking: Finding Personal Passion in Your Career
Joint Business Economics & YPC Networking: Finding Personal Passion in Your Career – Jan 19
Speakers: Kanyanat Piticharoen (Natty) of Tinder Thailand, Koko Tiamsai of Foodpanda Thailand, and Sinthu Satawiriya of AI and Robotics Ventures.
Moderator: AMCHAM Business Economics Committee Co-chair Chanin Winayanuwattikun of Bank of Bank of America and AMCHAM Young Professionals Committee Co-chair Navarerk (Boat) Kaewphakdee of Bank of America.
AMCHAM's Business Economics & YPC Committee hosted an encouraging session for young professionals about Finding Personal Passion in Your Career at SO/ Bangkok. Our speakers started the session by defining what passion means to them: curiosity, creativity, money, power, status, popularity, or even being their true self. Through presentations, a panel discussion, and question-and-answers session, they provided insights and tips on how to revisit and re-evaluate personal and professional goals in order to maintain, develop, and sustain one's passion.
“It’s okay to have zero passion in your career yet have a successful one." - Kanyanat (Natty)