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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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Now displaying: November, 2017
Nov 29, 2017
 
皆さんは誰かに褒めてもらったとき何ていいますか?
 
Today’s topic is about how to accept your greatness. Whenever I receive positive feedback, felt uncomfortable. During my performance review, my manager pointed out that I need to learn to accept your recognition and believe that you did a great job. We, Japanese are especially not good with accepting our own greatness and this is highly related with our virtue, 謙遜 & 謙譲 
 
I challenge you to say “Thank you” or “Thank you, it was my pleasure working on this project and I look forward to the next opportunity”
 
もしも日本人のいる環境で褒められたらまず、ありがとうございます。そしてこれからもまだまだ学ぶことがありますが今回がいい機会になりました
とか ありがとうございます。これからもこんなっ私ですがよろしくお願いいたします。 などポジティブに終わってみてはどうでしょう?
 
Let’s learn what it is and how you can accept your greatness and build your self confidence! 
 
 
 
Don’t forget to check out free resources! 
Discover your gifted talent worksheet: http://bit.ly/mygiftedtalent
Her Confidence Her Way Community:https://www.facebook.com/groups/HerConfidenceHerWay/
Her Confidence Her Way Youtube Channel: http://bit.ly/herconfidenceTV
Nov 23, 2017
In this episode, we have talked about what is like to be a #working mom #balancing work & life, Jayne’s experience of living in Japan and how she is balancing her culture as well as how to live the best life.  インタビューの中で
アイデンティティーについてお話ししました。私のアイデンティテーは何だろうと考えてちょっと書き出してみました。描こうとするとなかなか難しいですね。
 
私は二人の娘(7歳&3歳)のママであり、夫の最大のベストフレンド、妻であり、常に自分の好きで得意なスキルの向上を目指すキャリアウーマンであり、どんなチャレンジがあっても、自分の大切にしているミッションとバリューにつながることができる日本人女性のロールモデルでいたい。
私のミッションとバリュー:アメリカから日本とアメリカを繋げ、もっと日本人女性が真の自分を見つめなおして自分のGiftedTalentを発見し、本当にやりたい事を他人の目を気にせずできる女性を増やしていきたい!
 
 
 Let’s connect
 https://www.jaynenakata.com/welcome
 ボーナス:メルマガ登録でJayneのワークショップにアクセスできます。
Sign up and get a bonus workshop access! !
 
Don’t forget to check out free resources! 
Waiting list to get the brand new Gifted talent worksheet for free: http://eepurl.com/c83KkL
Her Confidence Her Way Community:https://www.facebook.com/groups/HerConfidenceHerWay/
Her Confidence Her Way Youtube Channel: http://bit.ly/herconfidenceTV
 
 
Nov 16, 2017
Welcome to the very special episode. This episode will mark a first anniversary of Her Confidence Her Way. To celebrate this special episode,  I asked the previous guests to share their 海外生活の失敗談. These are real 失敗談 and what you will learn is we all start from somewhere with some embarrassing experiences or we make mistakes to learn or build skills. 
 
For more details about the previous guests, go to http://www.theemistyle.com/
 
Don’t forget to check out free resources! 
Discover your gifted talent worksheet: http://bit.ly/theemistylesignup 
Her Confidence Her Way Community:https://www.facebook.com/groups/HerConfidenceHerWay/
Her Confidence Her Way Youtube Channel: http://bit.ly/herconfidenceTV
Nov 8, 2017
In this episode, I have share some success stories of my coaching clients and how they are progressing. The main topic for this episode is about Girl Power vs. 女子力. I was on the train in Japan, and this advertisement got my attention. It was a shocking experience when I find out about what the advertisement was for. 
This experience really got me thinking and wanted to discuss more about what true 女子力 should be. 
 
この女子力の定義も自分にフォーカスする女子のinner powerにしてみましょう。私の勝手な女子力の定義です。
輝いた生き方をしている女子が持つ力であり、自らの生き方や、自らの持つ真の美しさ、真の強みを大切に自身の存在を示す力
 
Emi's Coaching Details:
http://www.theemistyle.com/work-with-me/
 
Emi wants a birthday gift for Her Confidence Her Way podcast!! 
November 16th is this podcast’s birthday and I would love it if you can join the birthday party! 
 
Here the types of gift that I am looking for. 
 
Gift #1: 
I would really love it if you could write a review in itune and give this podcast a 5 star review.
Direction: Go to iTunes - type Her Confidence Her Way - Click on Ratings and Reviews then click on Write a review
Gift #2: If you are a blogger, I would love it if you could mention about my podcast and post a link:
Her Confidence Her Way website
www.theemistyle.com
iTunes
http://bit.ly/HerConfidenceHerWayPodcast
android
http://bit.ly/listenemispodcastforandroid
Google Play 
http://bit.ly/GoogleplayHCHW
 
Gift #3:
if you could please share your favorite episode of HCHW and send it to someone who you think will benefit or share it on your social media page
 
Please let me know that you gave Her Confidence Her Way podcast  a birthday gift via email or a Facebook Messenger 
 
Don’t forget to check out free resources! 
Discover your gifted talent worksheet: http://bit.ly/theemistylesignup 
Her Confidence Her Way Community:https://www.facebook.com/groups/HerConfidenceHerWay/
Her Confidence Her Way Youtube Channel: http://bit.ly/herconfidenceTV
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Nov 2, 2017
Nozomi leads a team of experts in developing global leaders. Her team helps organizations develop Co-created Culture which she believes is the foundation for individuals and organizations to fulfill their purpose in this world.  Her diverse international background — having lived in Asia, Europe and North America — gives her a wealth of experience and knowledge as a strategic partner to leaders. Born and raised in Japan, she values integrity, professionalism, and respect, all of which are core tenets of her deeply ingrained heritage.
 
For more than 15 years, Nozomi garnered expertise as a corporate marketer, working for top companies such as Delta Air Lines, Johnson & Johnson, BBDO, and working with industry-leading clients in the automotive, consumer package goods, fashion, finance, entertainment, IT, lifestyle, and airline sectors. Nozomi currently lives in the Greater Atlanta Area and frequently travels to Tokyo to serve her clients. She enjoys giving back to the community by serving on boards such as Japan-America Society of Georgia, National Association of Asian American Professionals. She is also passionate in empowering women to find their own voice and help them become leaders in their life, work and society.
 
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