I was born with congenital hip dislocation and spent the first year of my life in a pediatric hospital in Japan. Thanks to early diagnosis and intervention, I am normal today. My parents are so thankful that they always told me to give back to society when I grow up. So naturally I am interested in helping other people.
I came to US all by myself at age 16, to study rehabilitation medicine. I have two Graduate Degrees from University of Southern California and University of California, Los Angeles, where I learned prevention is more important than rehabilitation.
My life-changing incidence happened at age 25, when my father required emergency surgery and I had to fly home. I lost my hospital job when I asked my boss for a leave of absence to take care of my sick father.
My income stopped, and for the first time in my life, I experienced financial struggle. I thought I was an elite with degrees from renowned universities, but I realized I was a W-2 employee after all.
Then, I realized it was passive income that gave people financial freedom. My husband and I had 6 jobs to get residual income from real estate.
My passion has been empowering people by educating financial literacy and overall well-being. I became a best-selling author in Japan and US but I was frustrated. My audience was inspired after reading my books and attending my seminars, but their lives wouldn’t change much. So I was looking for educational tools to help them go through personal development and entrepreneurship.
And in 2012, I finally found one. That was network marketing. I found a great platform. I enjoy teaching people how to make money through personal development.
I enjoy reaching out and touching someone’s life.