In this episode, Arthi has an eye-opening conversation with Harumi Gondo, about knowing the value of the business you conduct, and how to set those all important next step boundaries.
Harumi shares her personal business experiences of growing her NPO and business and how having a low pricing model hindered her success, until she became self-aware that this needed to change. With courageous conversations, she set and reinforced boundaries that have allowed her to thrive both personally and professionally.
Harumi's share some wonderful analogies of the staircase and the open house, as ways for us to understand how we can grow beyond the present towards our vision.
Take a listen to these wonderfully candid insights.
About Harumi Gondo:
Harumi has done a lot of work in the teaching space in academic and journalism spheres, before she founded an NPO in 2018 called TypeLAB, which trains and certifies Japanese mothers to understand and develop themselves to engage in satisfying relationships and careers. Her work centres around facilitating personality development through understanding of Self.
Harumi also founded her for-profit group 2 years later, 16 Type, to run type trainings for companies and associations to build teamwork and culture centered around growth and psychological safety. Harumi believes this is her third and most likely final career.
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