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“You can’t please everybody,” she says. “That’s one of the most obvious clichés out there, but it also happens to be true. It’s like that old saying that if you try to play both sides at once, if you walk down the middle of the road, you’re going to get run over. If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything. That’s another good one. But to me, it’s just a fact that if you can’t be true to yourself, if you’re trying to make everyone else happy, you’ll always be living for other people and you’ll never get what you want. Worse, because you don’t believe fully in what you are doing, you’re going to approach it in a very half-hearted way. That means you’ll not be giving your all to what you try to accomplish. I can think of no way better to guarantee failure. If something is worth doing, I think we need to attack it for all that we’re worth. We need to really go for it. We can’t afford not to. We need to go one hundred percent full steam ahead, and if that means not making everyone happy, then so be it. You can’t please everyone and you shouldn’t try because it’s quite impossible. Instead, you should please yourself. You should be the sort of person you need yourself to be.”

Yumiko continues, “It’s a fact that the only person who can live with what you’ve done, and who’s going to have to live with the consequences of your actions, is you. This is really important because you can’t afford to make the wrong choice to please someone, only to suffer through the consequences after that. It could lead to real trouble for you, and all because you tried to be everything to everybody. You can’t do that. You’ve got to set your boundaries, enforce them, and stick to them. You have to be true to you, and if there are people in your life who don’t like it, it doesn’t matter. They are just going to have to deal with it. You are the captain of your fate and the master of your soul. You are calling the shots. That means it’s up to you to do what needs doing, and you will be the person who fails or succeeds based on your own choices.”

She continues, “We all reap the results of our actions. You have to keep that in mind when you decide what you’re going to do with your life. You can go insane if you divide yourself up into multiple directions too, which is why you’ve got to choose a course and stick to it. Otherwise, you will lose track of your dreams. You have to know who you are in life if you’re going to stay true to your goals. Those goals are the way posts, the guidelines, for everything you do in the world. They’re like shining stars that help you navigate through the sea of the world. If you lose track of your guideposts, you lose track of where you are headed. And if you lose track of where you are headed, you aren’t going to get anything you want out of life. You’re going to miss out. You’re going to look back in regret. That’s what I’m trying to avoid. I never want to look back in regret. That emotion, regret, is the most awful feeling in the world. Missed opportunities are like stabs in the gut.”

Yumiko is grateful every day for the gift of those who become her clients. She enjoys spending time with them and enjoys getting to know them. If she couldn’t do that, if she didn’t have that outlet, she’s not sure how she would get through each day. “I rely on my work and on my interactions with my clients.” she says. “They make absolutely everything that I do worthwhile.”