Linjie Chou Zanadu, award winning public relation strategist helps his clients to explore their dreams in reality. He helps his clients to execute world-class PR strategies and link them with the right contacts and decision makers in their respective fields around the world. Among his clients From Hong Kong to Monte Carlo, from Beverly Hills to Cannes, Linjie’s network expands from political lobbyists to Hollywood celebrities. He has been working with public figures like His Royal Highness Prince Adel el Hashemite of Iraq, Pamela Anderson, Bertie Higgins, President Bai Koroma of Sierra Leone, and Film producer Steve Moore.
Today Linjie is starring on the pages of "Rich&Beautiful" magazine, he will share his thoughts on success and give some tips to the readers.
Hey Linjie, we are very excited to have you! You are helping clients to explore their dreams in reality. What is you one simple advice for every day to achieve your goals?
I think self determination is very important, in life we are always battling the naysayer or people of negative energies. We must learn how to balance the self insight and ignoring the negative energies.
You released a book "Cracking the Code to Success" teaming up with the best-selling author Brian Tracy. How long did it take to prepare the book? What was you exact role in this project? How was it to work with Brian?
I had a chapter in his book and talked about how the universal energy can help us to facilitate our goals in life for career and personal. How our success is determined by the right energy flow. Brian is very down to earth and a man of practicality, which I am much inspired.
When you worked with Pamela Anderson, how would you describe her she in person? Is she a sexy woman? Is she the one having a "start fever"? Do you have any fun story about your collaboration?
Yes, Pamela is a wonderful person, she is always reinventing herself. From the bombshell to her current role as an advocate for animal rights and mother. I could sense she is becoming more and more elegant in her work and life. One thing I have to remark on, she is one of the most caring moms I have met, she was so much into her son’s development and growth. In my culture, a lot of mothers love to brag how much they gave to their children, Pamela on the other hand, is doing everything for her sons without even letting the public know. She is also fun to work with, always with positive energy and a lot of laughter.
How do you see the development of Peace and Culture Order?
The Chivalry Order has been a dream since early childhood and I was very much inspired with noble deeds. Changing the world might seem like an insurmountable task, but with some hope, I would be able to create the initiative, which will combine both old Chinese philosophy and chivalry traditions of Europe. Now I am transforming the Peace and Culture Order into a structure, which will be a lot more comfortable to manage in this world.
What do you think about Nobel Prize of Piece?
It is indeed based on the Scandinavian idealism. I adore the simplicity and non-confrontational culture of that part of the world. I do wish if we can all be that simple and honest. The home of Noble awards, both Norway and Sweden are the role model countries we all aspire. Currently I am also supporting the Global Children Initiatives of Princess Madeline of Sweden. I strongly believe if we want a better world, we have to start with children.
There are quite a few royals among your clients, what do you think of royalty nowadays? What are the goals of royal dynasty members and /or aristocracy in the modern world?
All people are different, and the ones you are referring to are not to be excluded. Recently I met H.H.Princess Karina Bagration, a highly organized, motivated and professional educationalist who had a science internship in the field of applied pedagogical studies at Temple City Education Center in California, USA. It took place in the frame of a lifelong learning educational project called “From 5 till 105” which I helped as philanthropist and St. John of Kronstadt Foundation (Russian Nobility Association), too. She also had a chance to communicate with Madam Megan Beck, New Directions for Academic Advancement representative. Princess Karina met people of various age groups and cultures, the youngest was 5 and the oldest -105 years old. I had less time to communicate with H.R.H. Princess Madeleine of Sweden but all of us, who lived and worked in this country, know her as a motivated philanthropist, who supports UNICEF and the World Childhood Foundation.
Read the full interview in the upcoming issue of "Rich&Beautiful".
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