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Episode 19: Interview with Sarah Furuya

Sarah arrived in Japan in 2001. For one year. Since then she has built a home and business in Tokyo with her Japanese husband. She is a Life Coach, Executive Coach and Facilitator who has worked with entrepreneurs, business people, educators, executives, and expat family managers (sometimes called trailing spouses, a label she hates) since 2005. Her drive is to help people have a better more truthful experience in life and work, through listening to and working with people’s stories and systems. She firmly believes in starting from where you truthfully are and applies this principle to corporate, executive and life coaching clients. Her corporate clients come from a broad range of industries including tech, car, sports and finance and her private clients span ages 17-70 Sarah has a BSc Hons in Human Psychology and Human Biology, is a certified practitioner of Lumina Spark and Saville Wave psychometrics and in November 2018 will graduate as a trained Systems Coach (ORSC) In this episode we talk about: How Sarah came to be where she is today FEW: For Empower Women in Japan How Sarah uses words of the year CSR: Corporate Social Responsibility and what that looks likes for Sarah About being bold and the importance of visibility The three similarities Sarah sees across her coaching clients All the details of the Clothes Swap happening in Tokyo on December 8th, 2018 Sarah’s one year coaching programme which starts in February 2019: Links: Website: Facebook: Instagram: Email:

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