‘From Surviving to Thriving’ By Thear Suzuki

How does one survive a genocide, take refuge in a new country and thrive? How do you move from years of negative self-limiting beliefs to live a life of meaning, purpose and joy for yourself and others? Thear Suzuki lived through 4 years of the Cambodian Genocide, 2 years in refugee camps and arrived in the US when she was 8 years old. Overcoming her experience as an outsider and with the help of kind strangers, Thear was inspired to discover her purpose, succeed in corporate America, and give back to her community.

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