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Her Confidence Her Way |アメリカ発、女性のワークライフ|

自分に自信がない、自分を好きになれない、本当にやりたい事をいつの間にか制限して、やりがいのない生活を送っている女性のために、Her Confidence Her Wayポッドキャストではアメリカから、女性のエンパワメント、自信について、ワークライフ、プロフェッショナルデベロプメント、リーダーシップなどの情報をアメリカから一早く、Emiの悲しい、悔しい、恥ずかしいアメリカでの職場経験、ワーキングマザーとしてのストーリーと共に、今までにはない考え方、新しいワークライフの考えかたを日本人女性にお届けします。 このポッドキャストを聞いて 『あ、こんな考え方でもいいんだ』 『Wow,今までこんな風に思った事なかった』 『なんか私にもできそう』 『私ももっと自分の可能性を信じて充実感、生きがいのある毎日を過ごしたい』 とインスパイヤし、あなたの原動力になっていきたいです。 This show is about Japanese women’s empowerment. Each week, host Emiko Rasmussen brings inspirational stories and shares lessons she learned from her own experiences of working and living in the U.S. for over 10 years. Emi is here to help Japanese working women to live a meaningful and purposeful life they love without limiting themselves. *This is an English/Japanese Bilingual podcast. If the title is written in English, all the content is in English. If the title is written in Japanese, the interview is done in Japanese. For more details, and to subscribe to the show, please visit www.herconfidenceherway.com
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Jan 26, 2017

011:Say Yes even if you aren’t 100% confident with Sumie Yakamawa

Today’s Featured Global Woman: Ms. Sumie Yamakawa

Sumie was born and raised in a small town in Aichi, Japan. Sumie came to Canada when she was 17 years old as an exchange student and she fell in love with this country!  After she graduated from a college, she has started working in a wine industry. She worked at a small winery at her first career and after 2 years of working with this winery, she got an opportunity to work with a mid-sized family owned winery where her real career experience begun. She was in charge of all the Asian tourist groups(i.e. Getting contract to bring groups to the winery, creating unique program, booking groups etc) After few years, she realized that there is a limitation to her career  if she worked for a family owned business and the only skill she had was that she speaks Japanese. That’s when she decided to take sommelier program. During the sommelier course, she met her future colleague who helped her to move on to the biggest and most internationally known winery in Canada. She was still taking sommelier course when this great opportunity came and she decided to take it. After she working for 6 years with various positions, she  finally got  promoted to an Estate Manager at the winery.

海外で活躍するグローバルウ-マンになりたい!でも自信がない。 そんな日本人女性をサポートする毎月無料のニュースレター登録  毎月グロ-バルに活躍するためのお役立ちツ-ルを無料でプレゼントhttp://bit.ly/theemistylesignup  

 

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Jan 21, 2017

Emi talked about why using our strengths is so important. If you are focusing on your weakness, you can’t be excellent and you won’t feel satisfied. Why do you waste your time? 

Let’s use your gifted talent and do what you love to do! You can turn your talent into your profitable business! 

In the Q&A session, Emi talked about what it means to have a work life balance. Based on the book, Lean in, she talked about the idea of partnership and why we, women need to just be ok with “done” than being perfect. 

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Jan 14, 2017

Today’s Featured Global Woman: Ms. Manami Nakayama 

Manami Nakayama currently serves as the Executive Director for the San Diego Japanese Community Center where she is responsible for overseeing the administration of all the programs and services and the creation and management of projects which promote community engagement and collaborative efforts between other Japanese organizations.

She was born in Japan and came to the US when she was 10 months old and grew up in San Jose as a first generation Japanese-American. Fluent in Japanese and English, Manami has more than 15 years of community service experience in the Japanese communities of both San Jose and San Diego. 

She currently serves on the San Diego-Yokohama Sister City Society Board of Directors as the Community Engagement Director, and serving as a committee member for the Community Engagement Committee of the Mingei Museum, Madoka Entertainment, and San Diego Nikkei Network. She also volunteers in various local community events where she is a planning committee member of the Asian Cultural Festival, San Diego Night Market, and the San Diego Ramen Festival.

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Jan 6, 2017

Today’s Featured Global Woman: Ms. Noriko Fujimaru Kalember   

Noriko Kalember is a founder of True North Life Coaching.  When Noriko was 19 years old, she decided to visit Australia for 2 weeks and it has been 14 years since then. She has lived in Perth and Brisbane. She has been happily married to her husband for 7 years and she has a beautiful daughter. Not only Noriko is a mother, she is also a successful career woman. (high hive to working mom friend!)  She has been working as a Human Resources information System business consultant and she’s reached to her six figure income!   Noriko also wanted to start her own business and she is in her coaching business for 2 years now.

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