How to Make it Big in Japan: Navigating Culture, Burnout, and Entrepreneurship with Misha Yurchenko
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In today’s episode, I chat with Misha Yurchenko, founder of the global coaching startup platform, Carrus. He was previously based in Tokyo where he worked for several years as a recruiter helping tech companies like Facebook, Netflix and Amazon hire top talent.

Today's Language:




meaning: a job transfer away from home (domestic or abroad), typically without one's family

Misha's Links:


Career Coaching Platform:



Clubhouse: @themisha

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