Daeyna learns a new language in the middle of her divorce and moves from Jamaica to Japan to start a new life as an English teacher to join the Japan Teachers Exchange Program. After moving , she found herself as the only foreigner and only black woman on an island of 4700 people!
Although there were several instances of culture shock, Daeyna believes that transitioning her career and a new location turned her mess into a message. She is also the host of She's a Mess podcast.
On this episode, she discusses
The cross-cultural difference in work styles- The Japanese two faced Tatemae and the Honne "Saying it as it is versus the two-face of not letting you feel upset".
How not to be blindsided during a transition
What to do to change the way you see yourself so you can help others.
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