A.Narie – Papua New Guinea

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Interview with Andrew Narie – Papua New Guinea
Andrew Narie is 30 years old and works in a tour company (Trans Niugini Tours). We met him and his wife Jacinta in the Rondon Ridge Lodge in Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea. This country is one of the most culturally diverse countries on Earth. According to recent data, 841 different languages are listed for the country.
Andrew is the lodge manager and Jacinta is assisting him. Being the only guests at that moment in time, we had the chance to talk a lot, and we enjoyed our nice conversations during dinner. Conversations about the things that matter in life, to hold on to them and to fight for them… It was a wonderful way to learn more about the local culture and lifestyle. That’s why I was very keen to include Andrew in our 6vitesse-on-tour interview project.



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WHAT DOES ‘FREEDOM’ MEAN TO YOU?
The power or right to act, speak, or think freely. And also the unrestricted use of something or an exemption or immunity from.

WHAT DOES ‘FRIENDSHIP’ MEAN TO YOU?
Friendship derived from “Friend”. Friendship is mutual affection, typically one exclusive

WHAT DOES ‘SUCCESS’ MEAN TO YOU?
The accomplishment of an aim or purpose or the attainment of fame, wealth, or social status.

WHO DO YOU ADMIRE THE MOST?
I admire the President of America – Barack Obama

DO YOU HAVE A DREAM THAT YOU HOPE ONE DAY TO BE FULFILLED?
Yes, I have a dream.
I have a dream that one day, I will secure a scholarship to study overseas in Business Management in one of the prestigious universities. I want to be competent and a very successful business manager.
IN WHAT ARE YOU A NATURAL TALENT?
Quick learner, team leader

WHO DO YOU RESPECT THE MOST?
I respect my elders, especially the elderly people, my parents, my senior staffs, managers etc….
WHAT DOESN’T KILL YOU MAKES YOU STRONGER THEY SAY. DID YOU EXPERIENCE THIS?
Yes…….in my career as a manager, I have received a lot of negative feedbacks or comments from clients and even my staff. I have been accused of a lot of work related issues just because I have been working on my toes. Carrying out my duties honestly attracts a lot of critics. Everyday challenges has molded and made me to be a stronger person.

Thanks Andrew to share your precious thoughts with me.

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