[English Below] 堅忍主義、拳擊、特朗普。 在這最後一集與 林作Jo Lam 採訪中，我們涵蓋了所有內容。
這是我們與備受爭議的香港 KOL 合作的三部迷你訪談中的最後一部，我們與大家想分享他的所有見解。
是什麼驅使他這樣做的呢？最重要的影響是 – 他對傳統規範的失望。
Stoicism. Boxing. Donald Trump. In our finale with Jo Lam, we cover it all.
This is the last of our three part miniseries with the controversial Hong Kong-based KOL, and we want to share all his insights.
Media is a tool that cannot be ignored in any industry, and nobody knows that more than Jo Lam. From law to entertainment, to boxing, he has utilized public relations and cultivated a persona that has attracted tons of attention.
What drives him? More than anything – it’s frustration with the norm.
Workplaces and industries, especially the more traditional ones, are screaming for change. Whether it is simply injecting fun into a grey, bland environment, or pushing people to think creatively about the problem they want to solve, Jo wants to do it all.
Besides, no publicity is bad publicity (as we discuss in our first and second episodes).
Tune in to our episode above, and as always, enjoy!
▶ About the guest:
Mr Lam went to Harrow Public School and Oxford University, receiving his Diploma in Law from the University of Law in 2012.
In 2015, Mr Lam officially became a practicing barrister in Hong Kong and practiced at Zhang O’Seo Great Law Firm, one of Hong Kong’s oldest barristers.
Most recently, only 2 months after joining the insurance industry, he has signed 30 policies in just two months (as of June of that year) as a financial planning consultant for Prudential in the UK, with an annual premium of HK$1 million.
In November 2015, he stood for election to the Longxing District Council elections in Huang Daxian District. In 2017 and later, he pivoted more towards media and entertainment.
▶ Contact Jo Lam & His Team Here:
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