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5 cool tips with Soeun Leakna

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I, Soeun Leakna, would like to share some tips:

Value yourself
 
Not everyone can wear nice clothes and use new techology – but they should not be judged for it. The most important thing is to have a good heart and be honest with people around you. Don't be arrogant and love yourself.
Build up general knowledge in society 
Studying is the bridge to a bright future. But besides studying, you should find some free time to release stress and make yourself happy: play sports, or have a party with friends and family. Doing different activities will make you stronger and more knowledgeable – just don’t overdo it!

Achieve your goal
Everyone dreams of owning something, but how do they get it? For me the key is to try my best to get what I want. If a job with a high salary is what I really want, then I will have to spend my time studying. Once I am really knowledgeable I can reach my goal. You should find out what you really want to do and spend time at getting it.

Love what you already have 
People always want so many things, but they never value what they already have. We need to learn how to take care of what we already own. If we can do that, our parents will be happy and proud of us.

Decorate your home 
I always decorate my house with plants, to give it a fresh look. A glittering glass filled with plants can bring the whole house to life. This is a good tip for all Cambodians as plants are a nice and at the same time affordable decoration.

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