Catching Up as a Late Bloomer and Scaling Your Business in Japan with Tyson Batino
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Tyson Batino is a native of Hawaii who came to Japan as an English teacher, worked in human resources, and ultimately founded three companies in Japan. He now coaches founders who want to scale their businesses. Some topics covered in today's interview include investing in relationships with mentors, the importance of being clear on what you want in order to be successful in any field, and the importance of understanding the sales cycle of your prospective clients before launching into business.

Today's Language: 



kanji: 先輩

meaning: senior (at work or school), elder, superior

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