「不要追逐金錢。 追逐你的激情。Don’t chase money. Chase your passion.」-伍煒豪(Hao Lam)
Best In Class Education Center行政總裁兼董事長，《在課堂裡從壞到更糟到一流：一個難民的成功故事》(From Bad to Worse to Best in Class: A Refugee’s Success Story)一書的作者伍煒豪，在整個職業生涯中一直擔任補習教育的倡導者，既是Best In Class Education Center的講師又是老闆。
Hao Lam, CEO and Chairman of Best in Class Education Center and author of From Bad to Worse to Best in Class: A Refugee’s Success Story, has spent his entire career as an advocate for supplemental education, both as an instructor and as the business owner Of Best in Class Education Center.
During this episode, Hao will give you a glimpse into his inspiring tale of audacity and perseverance, hardship and personal growth from the perspective of one man’s voyage from war-torn Vietnam to a new life in North America, from penniless refugee to successful businessman. You’ll also find out how he opened his first education center, started a franchise, and overcame early obstacles through his professional journey.
This is essential listening for aspiring entrepreneurs, business leaders, dedicated educators, and lifelong learners, Lam’s story is a lesson on finding the internal compass that leads to success—even when the journey there seems impossible.
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Hao’s background and introduction
Escaping and leaving Vietnam at a young age
Life in a refugee camp
Opening the first education center
15:21 –「我們無法維持生計。 從難民變成移民真的很艱辛。We couldn’t make ends meet. It was really rough from a refugee to an immigrant.」-伍煒豪
16:23 –「不要追逐金錢。 追逐你的激情。Don’t chase money. Chase your passion.」-伍煒豪
Deciding to franchise the business and overcoming early obstacles
Tips and tricks for all entrepreneurs
How the recession affected the education business
Passing your company to your kids
Ensuring that your customers are successful