If you’ve ever struggled with your image of yourself, or not enjoying your life in Japan, this episode is for you.
So many of our issues come from our own self-talk and how we view ourselves. This week I sat down with Rin Ishikawa, a coach who started her own coaching practice called “Jiaiii” (self-love in Japanese) to help people to take care of themselves mentally as well as physically. We talk about:
- Why Rin started coaching and her difficult past as a returnee in Japan.
- The mindset shifts Rin helps her “tribe” go through so that they can see themselves positively, sometimes after years of self-loathing and self-sabotage.
- Where some of our really painful and destructive thoughts come from and how to change your inner dialogue to enjoy and find success in life.
People who are successful respond to their failure differently. They ask questions, they don’t judge themselves.
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