Overcoming Mediocrity - Volume VI

INFLUENTIAL WOMEN - These stories are meant to inspire and encourage women to realize their true potential.

 

 

 

Stephanie Kurokawa

At an early age, Stephanie Kurokawa knew she was destined to become an entrepreneur. Fulfilling this dream, she worked with advertising agencies and studios in Chicago, Illinois and Los Angeles, California. During those years, she worked on brands like Apple, Honda, Budweiser, Marlboro and Playboy, which created her fascination with branding.

The love of brands ignited her passion to study the works of Tony Robbins, Jack Canfield and John Assaraf during a time of personal transition. She became involved in Toastmasters, where she earned her DTM (Distinguished Toastmaster) designation after a few short years and is a co-founder of Midwest Speaking Professionals.

She studied Strategic Intervention coaching through Tony Robbins of Robbins Madanes coaching, neuro-plasticity (retraining your brain) with John Assaraf and is a certified Jack Canfield Success Principles Trainer. Combining strategic coaching with success principles, she creates strategies to systemize success for personal transformations.

She enjoys working out, biking, zip-lining, going to seminars, reading, quiet time by the lake and the moments she spends with her daughter.

Connect with Stephanie here:
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/stephaniekurokawa
Twitter: https://twitter.com/StephKurokawa
Facebook: www.facebook.com/snkurokawa

 

Stephanie Kurokawa
stephanie@StephanieKurokawa.com
www.StephanieKurokawa.com
847-721-6787

 

 

 

 


 

Finding Meaning Through Your Mess…

How many people struggle with an identity crisis, but are too ashamed to admit it? Dealing with an identity that you have to live into, versus the one you choose, at times can create struggles with your self-worth, confidence and self-esteem.

When you come from the space of not enough, you actually teach people how to treat you. It’s only when you’re willing to change that your life changes. Through the experiences of life’s journey, we understand that the only person that can make you feel like you’re not enough…is yourself.

 

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