The single title of the Karla Taira conference undoubtedly attracted the attention of those attending the AMEXME regional forum.
Of Asian descent, but Peruvian and Mexican parents, Karla opens a panorama to the reality that many of us live in this global era, especially in the multicultural city of Los Cabos. Instead of seeing cultural fusions as an obstacle, Kara embraces them as an enriching identity.
Mexicans are family and food! In a humorous tone, she raised a laugh in the middle of the audience. We like to relate, and what better way to do it than around the table. On the other hand, in Japan, he learned that the schedule of entry and exit of work is not imposed by the boss, much less a clock checker. It is the culture of getting the work out of the day to day and not leaving pending, except in reality what cannot be solved at the moment.
Why, on this side of the world, especially women, do we feel so tired? The answer is obvious: we are perfectionists! We do not ask for help, and being mothers, the charges double … or triple … in short. We seek excellence in everything. The phrase multitasking, we take it to another extreme. It is healthy and you should see the woman by your side as an ally, not an enemy and probably as tired as you are.
The paradigm of what happens only to women should be broken since currently there are single parents with children working double shifts and at the same time doing the work of a housewife. The approach is the same, breath, prioritize and have a balance.