One woman’s story of tolerance and cultural sensitivity the left could learn from. Hilary Corna, a writer and speaker passionate about global leadership, personal development, and cultural diversity, joins Tomi to converse on her personal growth, and challenges of living abroad.
Hilary points out how working in an American society we're very individualistic and vocal but in the east it's a collective society. She explains a saying in Japanese which states, "Don't be the nail that sticks out — because you're going to get hammered down." She explains how her book has been well received by those in mid-America whereas the east and west coast are more cultured and tend to judge more.