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It was the Legend!
Posted : 19/4/2017
It was the Legend!
If MIM were the book - we wrote our own legend!  Our very first chapter began with The Leadership and Team Building Program led by Ajarn Bill Randall who flew across the world for our 4-day session at Rayong Resort.
The first paragraph of our M31 batch kicked off with us 84 members divided into nine different groups.  Assigned to complete three challenging games and tied with commitment to win, each of us slowly-yet-gradually got to know each other.  Fun, exciting, and even exhausting, the games were, in most part, thought-provoking: each task had shed new light on what our teams lacked.  We learned to put the right man on the right job, to manage time wisely and efficiently, and to be effective players and observers.  One of the most memorable games we treasured was the “Trust” game, in which Ajarn Bill had given us the opportunity for self-reflection.  The game triggered us into destroying our strong, big walls, thereby welcoming everyone into our lives.  Through it all, although these games bound us together for just about an hour, they have implanted within us the key mindsets for excellence as the MIMers for the next two years.
Our M31-batch story intensified on the second day with “The Island Game.”  Be careful here.  Do not let the name of the game fool you.  Forget about azure sea, relaxing sunbathing, and refreshing Sex on the Beach cocktail.  Instead, we were encountering scorching sun, long-drawn-out walk, and most peculiar missions to satisfy agents!  Many of us got lost while traversing Samed Island, covering more than 6.30 hours of aimless drift with a total 16 kilometres on foot!  Despite all odds, the most precious experience we all had was being with our friends—both team allies and team members.
M31's legend almost reached the climax on the third day that we built a boat!  The session got even more gripping when all nine teams had a chance to merge into three big teams.  We got to know more of our M31 batch members. Together, we helped, we planned, we built, and we tested our boats.  Fuelled up by our joy and driven by our spirit, our boats beautifully completed the mission and officially became the testament to our teamwork as an M31 batch.
The last paragraph of our legend chapter came to an end on the third night. The winning teams were awarded while others were given just as precious tokens—the learning tools for life: our commitment to do better, aim higher, and go further than what we usually do in our comfort zone.
On behalf of M31, we would like to give tremendous applause, even a standing ovation, to Ajarn Bill Randall, Ajarn L, MIM alumni, staff, and all agents for their dedication and efforts; sweat and tear; and motivation and inspiration to facilitate us in writing our legend.  We thank each M31 batch member for being a part of our legendary journey.  Our first chapter at MIM has been crafted, and we cheerfully look forward to continuing the rest of our story with excitement!
If MIM were the book - we wrote our own legend!  Our very first chapter began with The Leadership and Team Building Program led by Ajarn Bill Randall who flew across the world for our 4-day session at Rayong Resort.

The first paragraph of our MIM-31 batch kicked off with us 84 members divided into nine different groups.  Assigned to complete three challenging games and tied with commitment to win, each of us slowly-yet-gradually got to know each other.  Fun, exciting, and even exhausting, the games were, in most part, thought-provoking: each task had shed new light on what our teams lacked.  We learned to put the right man on the right job, to manage time wisely and efficiently, and to be effective players and observers.  One of the most memorable games we treasured was the “Trust” game, in which Ajarn Bill had given us the opportunity for self-reflection.  The game triggered us into destroying our strong, big walls, thereby welcoming everyone into our lives.  Through it all, although these games bound us together for just about an hour, they have implanted within us the key mindsets for excellence as the MIMers for the next two years.

Our MIM-31 batch story intensified on the second day with “The Island Game.”  Be careful here.  Do not let the name of the game fool you.  Forget about azure sea, relaxing sunbathing, and refreshing Sex on the Beach cocktail.  Instead, we were encountering scorching sun, long-drawn-out walk, and most peculiar missions to satisfy agents!  Many of us got lost while traversing Samed Island, covering more than 6.30 hours of aimless drift with a total 16 kilometres on foot!  Despite all odds, the most precious experience we all had was being with our friends—both team allies and team members.

MIM-31's legend almost reached the climax on the third day that we built a boat!  The session got even more gripping when all nine teams had a chance to merge into three big teams.  We got to know more of our MIM-31 batch members. Together, we helped, we planned, we built, and we tested our boats.  Fuelled up by our joy and driven by our spirit, our boats beautifully completed the mission and officially became the testament to our teamwork as an MIM-31 batch.

The last paragraph of our legend chapter came to an end on the third night. The winning teams were awarded while others were given just as precious tokens—the learning tools for life: our commitment to do better, aim higher, and go further than what we usually do in our comfort zone.

On behalf of MIM-31, we would like to give tremendous applause, even a standing ovation, to Ajarn Bill Randall, Ajarn L, MIM alumni, staff, and all agents for their dedication and efforts; sweat and tear; and motivation and inspiration to facilitate us in writing our legend.  We thank each MIM-31 batch member for being a part of our legendary journey.  Our first chapter at MIM has been crafted, and we cheerfully look forward to continuing the rest of our story with excitement!
 
Alisa Sirisawad (MIM-31)
Perapon Thaiwattananon (MIM-31)

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During January 29 - February 19, 2018 MIM-31 will be studying the course MK 626: Supply Chain Management. This course involves understanding the systematic design, operation, control and improvement of key business processes.  
Therefore, the MIM Program would like to break this news to interested candidates who have already possessed relevant Math score and English score and would like to apply for the MIM Program, that they can submit the MIM application and pay application fee from now until January 31, 2018.