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347: Claim Your Identity Back With Emiko Rasmussen

347: Claim Your Identity Back With Emiko Rasmussen


Emiko Rasmussen is a Confidence Building Coach and Virtual mentor as well as a Claim Your Identity Back With Emiko Rasmussenspeaker and leader of the Her Confidence Her way community.  Emiko is also the host of The Real She Voice Podcast.  Her mission is to empower Japanese women to be more confident by help breaking through their fears and help discovering their gifted talents so that they can do what they really want to do and live a meaningful life without worrying about someone else’s opinion.

Emiko lost her identity since she was constantly trying to fit into other people’s perception of her.  When she realize that it was okay to be different, that is when she was able to claim back her identity to become the woman that she is today.  Check out her story.


Emiko Rasmussen is the host of The Real Global Voice Podcast and a global talent development coach for Japanese women.

Cultural Background

Emike is of Japanese descent.

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Favorite Self Confidence Quote

Be proud of who you are and not too ashamed of how others see you.

Definition of Self Confidence

Accepting who you are as a person which include the area that you’re not good at and to focus on you gifted talent so that you can be authentic to yourself and love yourself.

Do not worry about what the others are doing or saying

Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence

Emiko used to play the compare game and was worried of what others thought of her.

The “AHA” Moment

When Emiko stepped out of Japan and moved to America, she realized that it was okay to be different which helped her claim her identity back to be her true authentic self.

Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence

Emiko worries less and has become more of herself.  She is more assertive in situations and she is stepping up.

The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener

Don’t be sorry about who you are.

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  • April 4, 2017

    Being who you are and excepting who you are is very important for one to truly grow mentally and spiritually.

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