Communicating between two cultures
Sarah Parsons is the Managing Director of Japan in Perspective that offers a services and training packages to facilitate communication between British and Japanese companies. She graduated from college in Germany not knowing exactly what she wanted to do, but she eventually found her passion working for Japan in Perspective and improving relations between Japanese and British companies.
In this interview, we chat about Sarah’s experience in a foreign environment, challenges she had to overcome, and what to look forward to with Japan in Perspective.
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Quote of the Day
Follow your passion.Sarah Parsons' Grandma
3 Lessons from Interview
How Sarah got into working for Japan in Perspective
Some cultural differences she’s noticed between English and Japanese speakers
The challenges working between two cultures
The Wind Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami
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Getting to Know Sarah Parsons
What is a helpful resource for you?
LinkedIn has a been a great resource for her, because it has allowed her to meet people that live in Japan and keep in touch.
Who is a helpful person that helped you on your journey?
Her business and spiritual mentor, Sarah, has been a helpful person on her journey.
What is your purpose on this planet?
Sarah’s purpose on this planet is to have and show as much unconditional love to people as possible.
How to connect with Carol?
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