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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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May 29, 2017
Reiko is a founder of World People USA where she supports Japanese small business owners and entrepreneurs from evaluating the marketing needs to establishing a business.  
Reiko moved to United States after graduating from a university in Japan. She earned her Master Degree in Education from Saint Martin’s University. Reiko worked as an interpreter with APEC and she also earned MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management. 
After completing her degree, Reiko worked with a telecommunication company (currently known as SoftBank) for 4 years and she decided to follow her passion to help next Japanese professionals who are wanting to start their own business in US. In 2004, Reiko has established World People USA and working as a business consultant. 
 
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May 23, 2017
Who is Helen? 
 
On a mission to help 2020 people createcommunication habits for success and happiness inglobal business by 2020.
 
Originally from England, Helen has worked in Japanfor 25 years. As communications managerat McKinsey & Company, Tokyo, she trainedconsultants and clients in communication skills especially presentation and meeting facilitation.
 
In 2013, Helen established her own business and now provides in-person and onlinecoaching and workshops through Sasuga Communications K. K. to help peoplecommunicate with more clarity and confidence in global business. She has deliveredpresentations and workshops throughout Japan, as well as in Australia, China, India,Indonesia, the Philippines, Poland, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the UnitedStates.
 
In April 2016, Helen published 英語の仕事術 (Eigo no Shigoto-jutsu) to sharepractical communication techniques, activities, and anecdotes from her career. She ispassionate about helping people to overcome the mottainai of wasted talent anduntapped joy in global business due to limiting beliefs and limited awareness ofeasy-to-apply communication skills.
 
 
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May 16, 2017
Growing up in Japan, Nikki always wanted to go somewhere far, somewhere her parents or teachers couldn’t tell her what to do and not to do. Nikki went to Korea with Korean Blind Volleyball team. where she first tasted of using English as a common language to communicate with someone who didn’t speak Japanese. Nikki came to the US for the first time as a short-term exchange student when she was in college. 
Nikki then come to the US again through a year-long leadership development program for people with disabilities, sponsored by a large Japanese firm. Nikki was one of the interns chosen from all over Japan to learn about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and services available for the disabled in the U.S. pertaining to her own disability, which is blindness.  She traveled to New Orleans, LA, San Francisco, CA, and San Diego, CA, and worked as an intern at blind services agencies in the community. Nikki received her BA from SDSU and got married soon after graduation. In fact, Nikki met her husband on the day of her graduation!
 
 
 
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May 1, 2017
Today’s episode is a special one. I was interviewed by Sheena Yap Chan, a host of The Tao of Self-Confidence. 
 
Favorite Self Confidence Quote
Be proud of who you are and not too ashamed of how others see you.
 
Definition of Self Confidence
Accepting who you are as a person which include the area that you’re not good at and to focus on you gifted talent so that you can be authentic to yourself and love yourself.
 
Do not worry about what the others are doing or saying
 
Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence
Emiko used to play the compare game and was worried of what others thought of her.
 
The “AHA” Moment
When Emiko stepped out of Japan and moved to America, she realized that it was okay to be different which helped her claim her identity back to be her true authentic self.
 
Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence
Emiko worries less and has become more of herself.  She is more assertive in situations and she is stepping up.
 
The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener
Don’t be sorry about who you are.
 
 
 
Reusing the audio file from the Tao of Self-Confidence was authorized by Sheena Yap Chan. 
 
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