The Make It Right Movement (MIRM) and Brickfields Asia College (BAC) organised IMPACT: A Blueprint for Personal and Business Success, an exclusive by-invitation- only talk under the Business Conversation Series. Held on Saturday, 24 February 2018, from 9.00 am to 1.00 pm at the Leicester Room of BAC’s PJ Campus, the half-day event was organised in support of The Lions Renal Centres and the Rachel Siew Suet Li Trust Fund (RSTF).
Speaking to an attentive crowd of business professionals and students, BAC’s Managing Director Raja Singham disclosed what it really takes to make it as an impactful entrepreneur and a thought leader; the significance of finding one’s life purpose, values and inspiration to lead, and the importance of being authentic and operating like a start-up in everything one pursues. This was followed by a speech from Mr Raja’s former student and fellow BAC Alumna Rachel Siew, who shared her experience and journey through life as a person living with a rare condition.
The 150 guests who attended the talk each purchased a minimum of RM100 worth of tickets to the Charity Raffle in aid of The Lions Renal Centres and RSTF, and qualified for a chance to be in the running to win amazing prizes, including cars and home appliances. They also took home a FREE autographed copy of Rachel’s book, “Little Book, Big Secrets – How to blend in with everyone when you were born to stand out”. An additional of 181 tickets were sold after the event, bringing the amount raised to RM18,100.
The lucky draw for the Charity Raffle will be held on Sunday, 18 March 2018. For more information or to purchase tickets to the Charity Raffle, please contact Moo @ 014-231 5528 or visit http://makeitrightmovement.info/.