Loyac has been a milestone in my life, a beautiful experience that has pushed me forward to achieve things i never knew were possible, its like this epiphany realisation moment, when you just realise that you had what it takes only didn't know it was in you. like walking, a child has legs, and knows to walk, but he must challenge himself to develop the life long/life changing skill, and take the first step.
Loyac has been serving many youth, and those youth reciprocate by serving their local community even other communities as the case is with me, loyac laid the foundation to my development in australia, and now i teach the skills and traits i learnt to others, and use the knowledge i gained to extract more knowledge. thus directly and indirectly serving the global community.
for anyone who wants to be successful in their future career life, loyac is definitely a starting place, it does all the hard work of decrypting the flow of fundamental and basic knowledge that is needed for further advancement, then sets you free..
one can say it holds your hand to get through the river and show you the direction in the vast ocean.
when i first came to loyac, i knew what i was doing, i knew where i wanted to go, and i knew how to get there, what loyac did was giving me the heart to get there.. it is debatable that skills are the weapons of the career battle, and if we step into the battle field unarmed and naked, we will end up wasting our time and going back to square one, and in a reality like ours where the cooperate world is dominate and build like a jungle -survival for the fittest- and time = money, sheer will and determination are very admirable traits that can -virtually- take you anywhere, but skills are the crucial elements that bring both together to ACHIEVE...
best of wishes,
p.s. learn your 101 loyac RESPCT! :P