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Your Life Coach – TOM

Tom Life Coaching Profile
Tom

Born in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture in 1987.

Bilingual life coach and career consultant.

Based on dialogue-based coaching techniques, I provide life coaching mainly for business people using psychology and habit skills.

After returning from Malaysia in 2018, I attended Ginza Coaching School (One of the most well-known coaching school in Japan) with a strong desire to build relationships at work as well as to live a more personal life. In the process of learning coaching, I realized what I really want. In other words, I began to talk to myself about “Being. Little by little, my self-understanding deepened, and I gradually began to realize that I had lost sight of myself by constantly comparing myself with others, but now I am gradually realizing that “I want to do this! I began to realize that it was okay to live a life that was uniquely my own, and this led to a change in my ability to lead a life that was uniquely my own.

In March 2019, I became a certified coach. As I deepened my coaching studies, I strongly felt that I wanted to maximize my potential in a more challenging environment in my day job as well, so I resigned from the bank where I had worked for 8 years and moved to a consulting firm in April 2019. I then started working as a “life coach” because I felt strongly that I wanted to help businesspeople who are struggling with their careers and support those who are listening to their inner voice and working hard to achieve their dreams and aspirations, just as I had done before.

History

May 7, 1987   
Born in Nagoya, Aichi, Japan.

2006 (Age 17)
Graduated from Showa High School in Aichi Prefecture. Studied abroad in Sydney, Australia for a month during summer vacation.
At this time, I realized the appeal of cross-cultural exchange and the joy of English.

2006 (Age 17)
Entered Doshisha University, Faculty of Sociology, Department of Industrial Relations. Belonging to Mitsuo Ishida’s seminar, he studied “Wage Theory”. For his graduation thesis, he researched the overseas strategy of Samsung Electronics of South Korea. Spends his days doing what he loves most, bass fishing.

2008 (Age 20)     
Studied abroad at the University of Washington, Washington, U.S.A. (11 months). After returning to Japan, friends from college and I  started an international exchange circle “Cosmopolitan” to organize sightseeing tours of Kyoto for international students. At the same time, he continued his crazy life of bass fishing in Lake Biwa until he graduated from college.

2011 (Age 22)
Graduated from Doshisha University, Department of Industrial Relations, Faculty of Sociology. Narrowed my focus to large companies with many overseas offices, and worked mainly for major trading companies and manufacturers. At that time, one of my seniors advised me to take at least one Megabank because it would give me practice for an interview, and he made Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation his candidate (by the way, he took zero other companies at financial institutions). The interview proceeded with a thumping pace, and I received a job offer from Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. In retrospect, I regret that I had made my decision based on the easy reason that “it is a big company and stable” without setting my own axis at all.

2011 (Age 22)
I joined Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. First assignment was Osaka Midosuji Corporate Sales Department. I was in charge of loans for small and medium-sized enterprises and new business development. At the time, after-parties and after-dinner parties were the norm, and every night he would drink until he threw up and become ill.

2013 (Age 25)
Transferred to the International Division in Tokyo. Excited to work in Tokyo for the first time. I made my debut in Tokyo. In the business, I was engaged in a project to upgrade AML. While feeling happy to be able to work on international projects, I struggled with unfamiliar tasks at the head office. During the period of audits by the authorities, I sometimes had to work until late at night every day, but he manages to get through it with my youthfulness.

2016 (Age 28)
Stationed in Malaysia. Worked on an office work contract project for an overseas office. First overseas assignment. Married my current wife at this time. (she lived in Qatar before marriage). Impressed by the kindness and friendliness of Malaysian people.

2018 (Age 30)
Returned to Japan. At this time, a friend from my study abroad days introduced “Life Shift in the Age of 100 Years of Life” in an easy-to-understand way. I was able to reevaluate the work I had been doing and ask myself, “What is it that I really want to do?” This was an opportunity for me to think deeply about my own life. Became interested in coaching, which I learned about while stationed in Malaysia, and attended a coaching school.

2019 (Age 31)     
Resigned from Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. Joined a consulting firm (Big 4) to provide advisory services to financial institutions.

2021 (Age 33)     
Transferred to the Human Resources Development Department. Involved in internal communication revitalization and career support planning.

Certification/License

Coach Certification
National Career Consultant
Mental Psychology Counselor
TOEIC 945
Second class marine license

Hobby

Bass Fishing
Body Making

Service
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