The Tao of Self Confidence With Sheena Yap Chan show

The Tao of Self Confidence With Sheena Yap Chan

Summary: The Tao of Self Confidence is a podcast created for you, the woman who is on her inner journey to self confidence no matter what stage you are at. If you are looking for inspirational stories and advice during your daily commute, workout or just "me" time, Sheena Yap Chan delivers 5 days a week. Each episode brings you an amazing woman who shares her journey: her life before the discovery, the "AHA" moment, life after her discovery and the advice she give to the listener that she can apply in her own life. The journey to self confidence starts with a single step, are you ready to take that first step?

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  • Artist: Sheena Yap Chan chats with amazing women from around the world sharing their inner journey to self confidence with you
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 665: The Little Wins With Anthea Neri | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:15:58

Anthea Neri is a singer, actress and human empowerment ambassador.  She has a powerful and raw vocalist and has worked with artists like Fatboy Slim, David Byrne, and many more. Her new singles are a refreshing look at classic themes such as connection, love, hope, and independence. Anthea also represented the United States as the East Coast Champion for the Philippines' #1 TV Network GMA7 Pinoy Pop Superstar and was featured in Fox's American Idol, reaching the last rounds of auditions in season 4. She performed to a sold out crowd at Carnegie Hall and debuted her first solo concert at the Carolina Theater in North Carolina. Anthea shares how the little wins in her life gave the confidence to go after her passion for singing, to stand her ground and to show up as her true self. Check out for show notes of Anthea's episode, Anthea's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 664: Fulfill Your Purpose With Yuri Choi | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:14:29

Yuri Choi is performance and fulfillment coach for high achievers and entrepreneurs.  She helps them find fulfillment and authentic power back into their lives to maximize their achievement and impact while living the life they love. Yuri is also a connector, speaker and writer, and passionate about creating lasting positive impact on people. Yuri shares the life experiences she encountered that led her to fulfill her purpose.  She also shares tips that will help you in your own journey to self confidence.  Check out her episode to listen to her story. Check out for show notes of Yuri's episode, Yuri's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 663: Be Your Own Rescue With June Marisa Kaewsith | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:14:01

June Marisa Kaewsith, also known as "Jumakae,", is an artist, storytelling coach, wellness consultant  and life doula based in Long Beach, CA. With her passion for the arts and somatic learning, she holds self-care and storytelling workshops for organizations and individuals to break through limiting beliefs so that they can be of better service to themselves and the world.  She is a 200 hr registered yoga teacher trained to work with survivors of sexual trauma through Peace Over Violence. June shares the traumas she went through and how she was able to overcome them by deciding to be her own rescue to live the life that she has today.  Check out her episode to listen to her story. Check out for show notes of June's episode, June's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 662: Take A Chance On Yourself With Lauren Hom | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:12:20

Lauren Hom is a hand lettering artist and an entrepreneur based in Detroit, schooled in New York, and raised in Los Angeles. She is known for her bright color palettes, playful letterforms, and quirky copywriting, She had the pleasure of creating work for clients like Starbucks, Google, AT&T, YouTube and TIME Magazine. Her work has been recognized by Communication Arts, the Type Directors Club, and the Webby Awards. Lauren is also the author of the popular blog and book Daily Dishonesty. Lauren shares how taking a chance on herself has led her to live life on her terms doing what she loves and building her confidence in the process.  Tune into her episode to listen to her story. Check out for show notes of Lauren's episode, Lauren's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 661: Excellence Is A Habit With Natasha Takahashi | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:13:23

Natasha Takahashi is the Chief Marketing Officer and Co-founder of School of Bots which is a leading chatbot education brand, where we actively teach 6000+ people in 30+ countries around the world.  Her mission is to grow the largest community of marketers and entrepreneurs who use Messenger marketing for their business or their clients. Her goal also is to be the only Messenger marketing resource you'll need to get real results with chatbots.   Natasha's work has been featured on Digital Marketer, Social Media Examiner and more. Natasha shares what it means to have excellence and how to create a habit of excellence to build up your confidence.  She also shares tips that you can use in your own journey to self confidence. Check out for show notes of Natasha's episode, Natasha's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 660: What's Holding You Back With Vivian Chan | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:12:21

Vivian Chan is the Co-founder of East Meets Dress which is an e-commerce brand looking to reinvent the cheongsam dress for modern women and help elevate Asian American culture. Prior to this, she worked at an early stage startup that was acquired by Facebook as well as at two nonprofits (Girls Who Code and Teach for America). She graduated from Yale where she also met her best friend and Co-founder. When she’s not working, she can be found playing basketball and eating yummy Asian food across the Bay Area. Vivian shares how she was able to finally start her own business and live life on her terms instead of holding herself back.  She also shares tips that can help you in your own journey to self confidence. Check out for show notes of Vivian's episode, Vivian's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 659: Be Your Own Advocate With Michelle Yang | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:14:35

Michelle Yang is a writer and a mental health advocate.  She recently left her coveted corporate career and has found her calling as a writer and mental health advocate.  Michelle is writing a memoir about living well with bipolar disorder from an immigrant Asian American perspective. She can also be found pouring out her heart on her blog.  Michelle has also been featured on Mochi Magazine and HuffPost. Michelle shares what it means to be your own advocate to create confidence and a positive impact in the world.  She also shares tips that can help you in your own journey to self confidence.  Check out her episode to listen to her story. Check out for show notes of Michelle's episode, Michelle's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 658: Better Was Possible With Yee Ley Lau | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:11:51

Yee Ley Lau is a weaver of sound and facilitator of possibilities, inspiring a lighter way of living for those who choose to connect with her.  Incredibly quiet and painfully shy, was the story for this British born Chinese. Anxiety and depression flooded her reality from a young age and impacted her confidence and relationships as a young adult.  A ‘spiritual awakening’ in her thirties flipped Yee Ley’s world into a spin where she was forced to rehash her life. Energy medicine entered her world, enabling her to create a lighter way of living and it sparked a thirst to know more. As the intrepid explorer of consciousness, using the tools she picked up on the way, Yee Ley had a new-found confidence in herself and also excelled in her career as an IT Business Analyst.  She later chose to dedicate her path to energy medicine and exploring consciousness. Following the lightness in her life was where she was able to connect with her true voice and joyful self, inspiring others to do the same. Yee Ley now resides in New Zealand where shares her tools and learnings through her brand ‘Light Your Life’ offering an array of voice, sound healing and life alchemy sessions around the world.  She has recently released 2 worldwide albums under her ‘Sonic Tonics’ range and continues to explore what lights her life. Yee Ley shares how better was possible changed the was she saw herself and her life.  It helped build her confidence and attract the right things into her life. Check out for show notes of Yee Ley's episode, Yee Ley's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 657: Share Your Story With Kaumudi Goda | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:10:22

Kaumudi Goda is the Co-Chair for KeyNote, the world’s first non-profit online Women Speakers Directory and the Chief Operating Officer of MetaMind Training, a learning and development consulting company.  She has helped transform Fortune 500 companies in Asia, Europe and North America as a talent strategist, culture builder and program manager.  Kaumudi is a trusted business advisor and has extensive global experience in client leadership, business development and P&L responsibilities.  She moved into human capital management after getting an MBA in 2012. Prior to that, she was an attorney in the U.S. with an LLM from the University of Virginia. She is licensed to practice law in India and United States.  She is an award-winning public speaker and a published author who enjoys conducting workshops, mentoring, and coaching. Kaumudi talks about the importance of sharing your story and how it has helped her build more confidence in herself to become the powerhouse woman that she is today. Check out for show notes of Kaumudi's episode, Kaumudi's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 656: Debate With Confidence With Karla Singson | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:14:46

Karla Singson is an award-winning writer, speaker, and serial entrepreneur based in Southeast Asia. Currently, she manages her physical and online businesses, travels the world, writes, and graces international stages. She also teaches marketing, public relations and revenue optimization for small and medium enterprises.  She is passionate about feminism, arts, literature, and education. She also has unexplainable fondnesses for the color brown, arcade, books, tea and nail polish. And spoken word poetry. This is her 9th year in professional writing. Karla shares how joining a debate team helped her build her confidence to be the woman that she is today.  She also shares tips that can help you in your own journey to self confidence. Check out for show notes of Karla's episode, Karla's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 655: Knowing How Far You've Come With Sarah Chung | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:08:09

Sarah Chung is a Certified Health Coach and NICU nurse.  For the most part, she remembers the earliest years of her life been the “fat one.” It wasn’t until after college she realized what her body needed which was real, unprocessed foods!  Her journey to start losing weight began when she went to a family reunion. The first reaction she received from family she never met before was laughter. At that point in her life she was in 6th grade about 5 feet and 175 pounds, something sparked in her brain that day, if her own family is laughing at the way she looks, what are other people saying? From that moment up until college, her body weight fluctuated a lot.  She initially lost 40 pounds on the 3-day tuna diet. Keeping that off did not last long.  She continued to fluctuate until the end of college, late nights with pizza, beer, and chips, the calories added up.  She wasn’t fat, but she wasn’t happy with her body either. She would think that after eating all that junk, running 30 minutes a day would burn all the calories off and she wouldn’t gain weight. It did and she wasn’t happy. In the beginning she wasn’t losing weight for herself or what her real issue was. She was losing weight for others and was more concerned about how others perceived her.  Sarah's weight finally normalized and stopped fluctuating when she realized how her body felt and looked when she ate clean nutritious foods as well as exercised.  She doesn’t deny herself foods that she ultimately wants, she eats it and doesn’t feel guilty about it. Miraculously when she was satisfied, she did not gain weight, she ate what she wanted and started to enjoy food and the way it made her feel. Sarah shares how she focuses how far she has come which has led her to be more confident in herself.  She also shares tips that can help you in your own journey to confidence. Check out for show notes of Sarah's episode, Sarah's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 654: Face Your Issues With Jenny Dorsey | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:10:57

Jenny Dorsey is professional chef, writer and artist.  She makes food to express the full range of human emotions, even those not well-suited for Instagram.  She believes food has a special way of exposing the banal routine and social norms we find ourselves in. It can be a powerful medium for storytelling and create a place for genuine interaction, if we choose to use it as such.  Her mission is to use culinary arts as a platform to evoke introspection, empathy and real emotion. Sometimes her food or the environments she creates make people uncomfortable, and that's the point.  She doesn't plan on being complicit with the way things are, she wants to change the world with her art, even if it's just one honest conversation at a time. Jenny shares how facing her issues is what helped her build her confidence to be the person that she is today.  Tune into her episode to listen to her story. Check out for show notes of Jenny's episode, Jenny's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 653: There Must Be More With Ika Vantiani | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:07:27

Ika Vantiani is an Indonesian female self taught artist who makes works with Collage medium.  She is widely involved in art activities such as exhibitions, workshops and training. However Ika Vantiani has no artistic background at all, she graduated from the London School of Public Relations and worked for 13 years in the field of Advertising.  Her love and obsession with Art and Craft made her known as one of the collage artists , both at home and abroad. In addition, Ika is also active as a curator in several major exhibitions such as Fringe events of IKAT/eCut, The Body Festival, What U See Is Not What U Get, and Fashion for Words.  Ika works using various mediums, one of the mediums used is books.  She cut out some used books which later made Collages. Ika began pursuing collages at the beginning of 2000 when she was happy to make collages from used magazines, then she became involved in the international artist community which made her even more in love with Art and Craft. Ika shares how she realize that there must be more to life than working a job and decided to after what she truly loves to do which is her art work. Check out for show notes of Ika's episode, Ika's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 652: This Wasn't It With Laura Chung | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:08:24

Laura Chung is a travel expert.  She followed the traditional path by getting her masters, working in finance and living in a beautiful apartment in Manhattan. She didn't understand why she wasn't happy. In 2017, she quit her job, sold all of her belongings, got rid of her apartment and bought a one-way ticket to Asia. She knew one thing for sure, she loved to travel and she had a passion for sharing through her travel blog, Kumi Dreams. During her travels, she met incredible women (wild hearts) who built their dream businesses and doing what they loved. She wanted to share these women's stories with everyone because she knew that it would inspire more women to do the same. Her podcast Chase Wild Hearts launched August of 2018. During the same time, she realized her greater purpose in life was to teach women spiritual tools to awaken their inner power to guide them in living their dream lives. Laura is now a reiki practitioner and spiritual coach who teaches meditation and Kundalini Yoga at retreats and online courses. Laura shares that even though she had everything in life such as a good job, a fancy apartment, the perfect boyfriend and more, she realize this wasn't it and it made her unhappy.  From the moment, she decided to go on a journey to live her dream life and do what makes her truly happy. Check out for show notes of Laura's episode, Laura's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

 651: Life Is Too Short With Cristine Chen | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:10:50

Cristine Chen is an Entrepreneur, International Trainer, and TEDx speaker. Her mission is to support entrepreneurs in achieving their business and lifestyle goals using tools in Psychology. She is a speaker and trainer for technology communities such as Women Techmakers and Google Developers Group. She is currently based in Los Angeles and is pursuing a Masters degree in Psychology. Cristine shares how caring for her terminally ill mother made her realize that life is too short to waste time and gave her the confidence to go after her dream life. Check out for show notes of Cristine's episode, Cristine's website, resources, gifts and so much more.


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