325: Quiet Confidence With Jen Loong

Jen Loong is the founder of Wandersnap which affordably connects travellers with local snappers to create travel editorials Quiet Confidence With Jen Loongand purposeful jobs.  Having launched both Lululemon Athletica and TOMS into China after growing teams at Alibaba and Groupon HK, she is ready to stir the next happiness movement by connecting travellers with photographers alike to help communities.  Her mission is to start an empathy movement where travel and story-telling meets to inspire good.

Jen talks about quiet confidence and how it has helped her work from within instead of seeking outside factors to be the successful social entrepreneur that she is today.  She also shares her tips on how it can help you in your own inner journey to self confidence.


Jen Loong is the founder of WanderSnap.

Cultural Background

Jen is of Chinese, Hong Kong and Canadian descent.

Favorite Self Confidence Quote

Confidence is like soup.  At some point if you brew it long enough, the confidence just bubbles up.

Confidence is like soup.  At some point if you brew it long enough, the confidence just bubbles up.

Definition of Self Confidence

Self confidence is about fulfilment from with yourself versus seeking external factors.

Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence

Jen was very introverted.  She would be the least expected to speak up in a group setting.  Instead she would rather be with herself and do things such as playing the piano or doing puzzles.

The “AHA” Moment

In college she decided to experiment with a different side of personality even if it wasn’t confidence.  Her experimentation led Jen to her quiet confidence.

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Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence

Now Jen has a quiet confidence that she can be at peace with herself.  Working from within has led Jen to gravitate to extroverted confidence that has helped her in her entrepreneurial journey.

The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener

The biggest like you need is your own like.

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