I connected with today’s guest, Sheena Yap, because her exploration of women’s self-confidence intrigued me. While her passion to boost women’s self-confidence is inspiring, I was really touched by her desire to raise up the voices of Asian women, to bust old stereotypes and messages of how Asian women are taught to behave.
Sheena graciously taught me things about her experience as a multi-cultural, Asian woman that broadened my understanding. She’s kind and honest and deeply committed to her work with The Tao of Self-Confidence. Listen and share with your friends 🙂
- The importance of busting Asian women stereotypes
- Podcasting as a way to do good in the world
- Simple ways to actually boost your self-confidence
- The story behind “The Tao of Self-Confidence”
You can check out her podcast, and learn more about her story, at www.thetaoofselfconfidence.com
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