What do you wish you’d learned earlier in life?

For me, it wasn’t really the stuff that I learned in school. It’s the lessons from the life stuff which have ended up meaning the most.

It was only after exploring and engaging in my own personal development work where I learned that it’s just as important for us all to take care of our mental and emotional wellness, as much as well as our physical and medical health.

It’s what led me to change careers to become a psychotherapist ten years ago and I am now dedicated to contributing to the conversation for us all to accept the need to take care of ourselves mentally and emotionally so that we are better equipped to live our best lives.

The Life Stuff 101 podcast is dedicated to bringing personal stories, as well as insights from experts, to hopefully inspire you to make your mental and emotional health one of your top priorities.

My name is Mio Yokoi and I am a Seeker, Podcast Host and Registered Psychotherapist. Please join me in my Big Audacious Mission (BAM) as we learn more about what makes us tick and live the best and most fulfilling lives we possibly can.

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My Mission:
To inspire 126 million people to be the best version of themselves they can be by prioritizing their mental & emotional wellness.

I’ve learned first hand that the quality of our inner world directly reflects the quality of our lives as a whole.

Mio Yokoi, Life Stuff 101 Host

Mio Yokoi

For over 20 years, I have actively been dedicated to being the best that I can be.

There was a time I worked the 9 to 5, living the life in downtown Toronto. But something just didn’t feel right.

That’s when I experienced my ‘a-ha’ moment, discovered psychotherapy and my life-long journey of personal development began.

My ongoing personal ‘work’ has not only helped me to keep growing and evolving, but it eventually led me to ‘pay it forward’ by training and becoming a psychotherapist, myself.

I’ve learned first hand that the quality of our inner world directly reflects the quality of our lives as a whole.

And it’s my hope that the Life Stuff 101 podcast can either inspire you to think more actively about the need to take care of your inner world or for it to be one of your go-to resources in your mental, emotional and personal development toolkit.