#13 Milie Nguyen 🇻🇳 - Find a purpose that makes you alive
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🎤 “Through my journey, I can observe how different I am from being a person without purpose with the person I am today. That makes a complete difference in anyone's life.”

🇻🇳 Milie is the co-founder of Innovation Incubator, a social enterprise that aims to unleash the leadership potential of young Vietnamese. Her mission is to foster social innovation and entrepreneurship for sustainable development in grassroots communities. 

🧭 We lay down her journey discovering youth leadership, social innovation and entrepreneurship with AIESEC - the largest youth-run non profit -, with UNDP, Tandemic and APYE. She shares with us how each of these experiences successively built one brick of what Innovation Incubator is today.

💥 We discuss why it’s important for youth to find a purpose that makes them alive and how finding it for herself changed her vision of life!


❤️ TIMELINE:

7’ - Named after the 3 Soong sisters

10’ - Empowered to empower youth with AIESEC

24’ - Listening to your inner voice

33’ - Fostering social innovation and entrepreneurship in grassroots communities in Thailand with UNDP

48’ - The experience working in an innovation consultancy in Malaysia

58’ - Going back home to unleash the leadership potential of young Vietnamese

66’ - The importance to find a purpose that makes you alive

75’ - Creating a team with a common purpose 

91’ - In the end, we should just thrive to be happy!


🗒️ References:

The Soong Sisters were three Chinese women who were, along with their husbands, amongst China's most significant political figures of the early 20th century

To know more about Innovation Incubator.

Join the next Asia-Pacific Youth Exchange program!

Is there an AIESEC hub in your country?


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