In this episode, I have talked about the difference between Cross Cultural vs. Intercultural and how Japanese and American cultural value are playing a big role. I have shared my very own not so great experiences that I had to go through because of these cultural difference. I don’t want you to make the same mistakes so please take a lesson!
In this episode, I have shared my mission, history & direction of this podcast. I have also shared my great experience on the airplane and why "thank you" is so important especially us for Japanese women.
Chiaki Lytle is a life coach and reiki teacher. She is from Aomori, Japan and met her husband there in 2001. She moved to New Jersey after getting her green card through her marriage in 2008. She currently lives in North Carolina. What is unique about her coaching and healing style is using astrology, numerology, and oracle and tarot cards. They help her and her clients understand who they really are, the reason why they repeat having a same problem over and over, and find out how to shine themselves. Chiaki started working at a securities corporation right after graduating from High school, and she changed her job several time until finding the job she really loves. When she found her dream job, she was 31 years old. The job at CLAIR/ International affairs office in a local government gave her a chance to meet wonderful people and experiences, and her husband. Chiaki When you are doing anything you really love, you will meet wonderful people, too:)
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Kaori Fukuyama is an emerging visual artist in San Diego, California, who creates abstract oil paintings and has a studio practice in the Barrio Arts District. Her artwork has been displayed at multiple galleries and museums in California and has become a part of private and corporate collections in the U.S. and overseas. Recently, Kaori’s paintings have joined the Healing Arts Collection at the UCSD Jacobs Medical Center in La Jolla, CA. Her professional life involves designing for a local Landscape Architecture firm.