I got my master's degree in Engineering.
I got a six-figure job.
I purchased a house and built up my retirement account.
But I was still not happy.
I was constantly searching for what I want.
I always compared myself to others because it seemed like they were living their dreams.
I wished there could be someone who understood me completely and would tell me exactly what to do to achieve my dreams.
So, I can achieve my dreams and be happy.
The problem was not about finding the dreams.
The problem was, I didn't think I was good enough and I could always be better.
If you are struggling to live your dreams, you can probably relate to these problems.
We know exactly what we do not like but not what we truly like.
We try to be someone we think other people will like more.
As immigrants, we try not to stand out so Americans might like us more.
We binge-learn because we feel we need to be experts before we can voice our opinions.
We avoid conflicts because we worry about other people's opinions.
So, here is what I want you to know.
Achieving your American dreams only takes three simple steps.
Tell people who you are, enjoy being yourself, and make connections.
When we work together, I will show you step by step how to achieve your American dreams.
Coach Chao founded iSelf Coaching with the goal of helping Asian Immigrants find their success without compromising who they are.