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Her Confidence Her Way |制限を手放してLimitlessに生きる女性のストーリー

Welcome to Her Confidence Her Way Podcast 思考や自分を信じる事に制限のある今の自分から解放され、心から豊かさで満たされ、幸福感が溢れ出し、心地良く、心から自由なLimitless Lifeをクリエイトするをテーマに、Impactfulで豊かさとエネルギーの循環を体現している女性たちのインスピレーションが詰まったライフストーリーです。 ライフトランスフォーメーションはあなたが思う以上に可能です。あなたの決断次第です。 Are you ready to become Limitless? 主なトピック ソウルフルビジネス マインドフルビジネス Soulと一致した働き方、生き方 マインドセット オンラインビジネス 、起業家 ライフコーチング 自己啓発 セルフヘルプ 女性の働き方、生き方 This show is about Japanese women’s empowerment. Each week, host Emiko Rasmussen brings inspirational stories of Japanese women who are creating their abundance life. If you are tired of playing small and you know you are hungry for more, keep listening. If you are ready to become a soulful CEO and build an aligned, mindful, impactful business around your passion and really enjoy the journey of growth, this is the podcast for you. *This is an English/Japanese Bilingual podcast. For more details, and to subscribe to the show, please visit www.herconfidenceherway.com
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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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