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From May Lee, TV journalist and talk show host.

She is a Korean American.
She claimed that an Asian child never forgets RESPECT, HARD WORK, DISCIPLINE.
I found that her writing tone is authoritative, direct, yet truthful.

“I was doing an interview, some men started making racist comments. I confronted them angrily, saying the world had enough racists, so they should think twice before opening their mouths. They fell silent”.
May Lee feels strongly about standing up for JUSTICE even if it means putting herself at risk.

Use your connection, to gain access to RIGHT people.

EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED. Her 10-day diving holiday with no communication seemed 1st disastrous to her career but turned out to be a blessing.

You can win over people with TRUST and RESPECT.
May Lee said her biggest scoop at Oxygen Media was Monica Lewinsky.

Get the job done (even if your colleagues are irresponsible).

Push yourself to LEARN new skills. You will thank yourself later.

I love her list of things to give up to be happy.
1. no need to always be right. Blueroselady believes that it is more important to be kind than being right.
2. no need for control.
3. no need to blame others. This way, Blueroselady does not give her power away.
4. eliminate limiting beliefs.
5. no need to complain. Blueroselady is a habitual optimistic who always think positively day and night.
6. no need to criticize (things / events / people).
7. no need to impress others.
8. no need to resist change. Blueroselady embraces change.
9. no fear. See Blueroselady’s tips on how to overcome fear.
10. no excuses.
11. no living my life to other people’s expectations. Blueroselady responds to her inner calling.
May Lee said “You have one life – this one right now – you must live it, own it, and especially don’t let other people’s opinions distract you from your path.”

MORE
www.mayleeway.com
www.mayleeasia.blogspot.com
“May Lee Live and In Person” published by John Wiley and Sons.

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Written by blueroselady

June 1, 2012 at 3:45 pm

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