As the first-born daughter of Asian immigrants, Jean Tien was an obedient daughter who met her family’s expectations of climbing the corporate ladder as a mark of success. After discovering that “happily ever after” doesn’t automatically happen when you start to make more money or follow the footprint of traditional success methods, she was motivated to create a new S.U.C.C.E.S.S Method for ambitious women, helping them achieve the success they never thought possible. Today, host Naketa Ren Thigpen, sits down on the BBP to talk with Jean about how being unapologetically authentic helped her create her own definition of success.
What to expect in today’s BBP episode:
-What it means to live in the past tense and how NOT to relive it
-Discover the importance of energy, in and out of your body, is crucial for success
-When you create something, start with what you want to gift yourself that others could benefit from too
-Understanding work life balance is easiest when its fluid
More about Jean Tien
Jean Tien is the founder of the S.U.C.C.E.S.S Method for ambitious women to achieve the success they never thought possible. As a podcast host of the Being Unapologetically Authentically show and renowned guest, Jean is doubling down on making sure there is no ambitious woman left behind when it comes to having it all.
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