Sarah Y. Tse is an immigrant from Hong Kong, having come to America at the age of 18 for her education. She received her MBA from Cal Poly Pomona, and her B.A. in Graphic Design from Biola University. After co-founding TSE Worldwide Press with her late father in 2004, Sarah then established United Yearbook Printing in 2008. She released her memoir 7 Years on the Front Line in March 2020, in which she shares valuable business lessons and life stories in hopes of inspiring others. Her latest book, From Illusion to Reality, was published in July 2021 and seeks to provide resources and advice for college students looking to enter the working world and pursue their career goals. Sarah currently serves as a mentor and speaker at Biola University’s Crowell School of Business, and is deeply passionate about empowering people, especially younger professionals, to explore their gifts, goals, and calling.
Sarah shares the lessons she learned from persevering the challenges in her life to be the confident Asian woman that she is today.
Sarah Y. Tse is the CEO of TSE Worldwide Press and founder of United Yearbook.
Sarah is of Chinese descent.
Favorite Self Confidence Quote
The sky is the limit.
Definition of Self Confidence
Self confidence is being comfortable with your own skin and it also comes from within.
Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence
Sarah was easily influenced by what other people said to her or about her which gave her low confidence.
The “AHA” Moment
Before Sarah decided to start her own business, she used to work at a job as a sales representative. For three months, she didn’t have any sales during that time but she persevered and money started rolling in by the third month.
This helped Sarah realized that she was good at sales which and it helped boost her confidence.
Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence
Since Sarah realized her strengths in selling, negotiating and problem solving, she was ready to start her journey of entrepreneurship and has not looked back since.
The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener
Keep moving forward without looking back at the past.