Featuring guests you care about sharing stories of the fork-in-the-road moments in their lives, so that we can examine what it means to change, be changed and face change in life.
“How I Survived The Killing Fields”
Season 3, Episode 54
This episode I’m talking to Sara Im
Sara Im has life lessons and gained wisdom that impacts others due to her experience of surviving the mass genocide of Cambodia. Her inspirational Award-Winning Book ” How I Survived The Killing Fields” was honored in 2015. As a Speaker, she shares how tenacity, perseverance , and faith are required values to conquer fear and reach success.
Here’s what you’ll find in this episode:
00:00 Meet Sara Im, author of “How I Survived the Killing Fields”
00:54 Sara’s story
17:00 Interview with Sara Im
23:04 How Sara’s mother and brothers survived
24:57 Sara reflects on what ‘change’ means to her, answers questions from the Change Hub Ibble community and more.
39:42 Final thoughts from Sara Im
41:44 Final thoughts from the host
You can purchase a copy of Sara’s book here: https://www.saraim.com/book
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ABOUT THE SHOW
Hosted by Aden Nepom, The Changed Podcast is a show that is simply put, curious about CHANGE. What do we mean when we talk about it? Is it hard? Is it easy? How do the experiences that change us affect our world view?
Each episode a guest is invited to share their own fork-in-the-road stories as we weave together a tapestried definition of change.
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