Shan Ju Lin was born in Taiwan and migrated to Australia in 1991. She has earned a Masters of Education and runs both the
Children’s Festival and the Harmony Festival held in Ipswich, Australia. She was also a journalist and editor for the Chinese version of the Epoch Times.
Becoming a single mother and moving to a new country helped Shan Ju realized it was up to her to create the life she desired. Even if she had no clue where to start, she knew she had a goal and followed it regardless of the outcome. Listen to her episode as she shares her story.
Shan Ju Lin is a journalist and editor for the Chinese version of the Epoch Times.
Shan Ju is of Taiwanese descent.
Favorite Self Confidence Quote
Never be afraid to try new things.
Definition of Self Confidence
You need to know what you are doing. You set up your value as a goal and follow it. Experience can also be helpful in building your self confidence, as well as acknowledgement and recognition from others. Problem solving skills are also very important.
Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence
Shan Ju stressed easily because she didn’t know how to use her research skills to engage in the problem solving process. Back in those days she didn’t have the internet or Google to consult with.
The “AHA” Moment
Being a single parent in a new country is what gave Shan Ju the confidence. Her son became a part of the dream to succeed.
Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence
Shan Ju is a teacher at various schools in Brisbane, both high school and primary school. She now has an “I can do it” attitude.
The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener
Just be brave enough to try anything. You need to do it before you know you can do it.
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