Michelle Kuei, Founder, Elevate Lifecoaching
Lack of confidence stops people from becoming what they truly want to be, hence we bring you Michelle Kuei all the way from California to talk about boosting your confidence and loving yourself.
“I am perfect in my imperfections, secure in my insecurity, happy with my choices, strong in the time of weakness, and beautiful in my own special way.”
Does lack of confidence stop you from showing your authentic self to people? Are you afraid of what people might say about you? You have come to the right place because this interview will change how you think about yourself. Lack of confidence stops people from becoming what they truly want to be, hence we bring you Michelle Kuei all the way from California to talk about boosting your confidence and loving yourself.
“We can sit there and pinpoint all the little imperfections that we have upon us. And we can either do two things, we can dwell on it and feel sorry for ourselves and we think of all the possibilities of how to make it perfect or we can embrace it with grace and gratitude and really embrace it and see the beauty behind the imperfections. So I’m perfect in my imperfection.”
In this inspirational conversation between Michelle and Ashutosh, we learn about Michelle’s early life and a tragic accident that happened when she was only 11 years old. Michelle had to spend her teenage years in therapy, independent of her parents. But this did not stop her from feeling confident but just the opposite. She rose above her challenges and came out stronger than ever.
Michelle discusses life-changing events that have shaped her life to become what it is today. She is the founder of Elevate Lifecoach and counsels women and entrepreneurs who struggle with the confidence and courage to share their unique stories with the world. She guides them to become more confident in their own skin. Michelle believes in authenticity, bravery, and connection.
She talks about women who are perfectionists and reminds them that behind perfection lies the imposter syndrome. She talks about the challenges women face, be it feeling under-confident, or unworthy of someone’s love. Michelle advises everyone who goes through this to keep a judgment journal and rephrase every negative thought with a positive mindset.
Tune in and start on your journey to self-love and self-care.
Michelle Kuei is a professional speaker, visibility confidence coach, meditation mindfulness teacher who helps women coaches & entrepreneurs who struggles with the confidence and courage to tell their unique story to get seen, get heard, and get hired.
Michelle is the author of a memoir, Perfectly Normal-an immigrant’s story of making it in America, as well as the inspirational illustrated e-book, “Miss Little Musical.” She is a board member of the United Nations Association of the USA Pasadena Chapter, Clinical Pharmacist at USC’s Keck Medical Center, and Former Associate at the Associated Patient Advocates. She is also a member of the National Speakers Association, The Division Director Elect in Toastmasters International at District 100.
As the founder of Elevate LifeCoaching, a seminar and coaching company, Michelle is the host of her podcast “Perfectly Normal” and a weekly live Facebook show “Live Coffee Talk” where she talks about love, courage and connection.
In her leisure time, Michelle travels the world, most recently to Siem Reap, Cambodia, where she volunteered as an English teacher at a nonprofit elementary school. She is also an avid hiker, photographer, and painter whose watercolors/oil paintings are exhibited in California galleries. Michelle was born in Taiwan and grew up in New York, but today she lives in Los Angeles with her ginger short-hair tabby cat-Toby
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Michelle Kuei is a certified visibility confidence coach who helps women coaches & entrepreneurs who struggles with the confidence and courage to tell their unique story to get seen, get heard, and get hired. She is Founder of Elevate Lifecoaching and the author of a memoir “Perfectly Normal-an immigrant’s story of making it in America”; an inspirational journey of overcoming adversity after an automobile accident that changed her life trajectory. Michelle was born in Taiwan and grew up in New York, but today she lives in Los Angeles with her ginger short-hair tabby cat-Toby who is working his way to take over the publicity.
Michelle Kuei was an 11-year-old student in rural Taiwan when a car running a red light completely altered her life’s trajectory. Through the long and painful process of recovery, Kuei made surprising discoveries about loss, identity, and personal strength–revelations that helped guide her through her journey as an immigrant to the United States. With radical honesty bolstering her storytelling, Kuei shows us how positive transformation can happen when we let go of self-pity, embrace our flaws, and learn to love ourselves.