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An ordinary employee decides to start his own business and become his own boss. As if this endeavor isn't challenging enough, imagine doing this in a foreign country, where additional obstacles like cultural differences and language barriers abound. How can he succeed?

 

In this candid memoir, Leonard Loo shares what it took to achieve his goal of being a self-sufficient individual in Japan. You’ll learn about how he set himself up to run his own business while still working 12 hours a day; how the response rate to his cold emails grew from less than 1% to more than 50%; how he managed to supplement his business income (and indirectly prepare for retirement) with smart and forward-thinking investments; and more. With his analytical mindset and resolute approach, Loo’s story is an in-depth account of a Filipino national taking charge of his own future through sheer hard work, resourcefulness, and simple decency.

Additional Information

- published on 2019 October 27

- available in both electronic (Kindle) and print format

From Having a Boss to Being My Own Boss

How I took control of my future to become independent (time-wise and money-wise) in Japan

Available in at least the following Amazon Marketplaces:

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Japan

- US

- Australia

UK

- Canada

A child realizes how inconsiderate he/she was acting by becoming the target of those same actions, courtesy of Manny the Monster.


Written and illustrated in the first person, it is the author’s hope that little readers will be able to easily put themselves in the main character’s shoes and discover how to be considerate.

MANNY THE MONSTER SERIES
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モンスターマニーシリーズ
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モンスターマニーの登場により、自分と同じことを人からされたことで、この子は自分のこれまでのふるまいに思いやりがなかったことに気づき反省します。

小さな読者たちがより自分たちの行動に投影し、どうやって他の人に思いやりを持って接するのかを考えることができることを願って、作者はこの絵本を描きました。

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Toothy starts to think that he is different from ‘others’ who share similar traits. With Manny’s help, he later realizes that though the ‘others’ have similarities, they are also different.

トゥーティは、自分が他の「みんな」とは違うことを感じ始めます。マニーの助けを借りて、彼はのちに、「みんな」は類似点もあるけれど、自分と同様それぞれ異なるものもたくさんあることに気づくのでした。