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What My Dad Taught Me with Emily Chung [RR 652]
Episode 65225th June 2021 • Remarkable Results Radio Podcast • Carm Capriotto, AAP
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Emily Chung is a proud mom of two energetic boys. She owns and operates AutoNiche, a family-friendly auto repair shop in Markham. She is a licensed Automotive Service Technician, and Automotive Writer with various publications. She also teaches in the Automotive Business School of Canada at Georgian College. Emily holds a degree from the University of Waterloo in Psychology and Business, and her previous jobs include Psychometrist and Human Resources Associate.

She has appeared on various media including Breakfast Television, Cityline, and the Marilyn Denis Show. She is passionate about her work; together with her staff, AutoNiche’s purpose is to bring better communication and client service to the auto repair experience. Check Emily’s previous episodes HERE.

Key Talking Points

  • Emily’s Dad- Owns a national wholesale auto parts business that he started in the 1990s. Both parents immigrated from Hong Kong. Emily used to put label stickers on boxes at the shop when she was little. Enjoyed spending time with him. Learned math by playing blackjack with him. The integrity of business- miscommunication will happen but everything is a discussion/conversation. Worked through racial discrimination by not having a victim mindset.
  • Emily has a commitment to purchase from the “jobbers” instead of buying directly from dad- respects the channel 
  • Being an entrepreneur-"Kids will never remember the extra hours you put into work, they'll remember the extra hours you spent with them" COVID was a blessing in disguise, being able to spend more time with family. 
  • Watching a live game vs highlight reel- the highs and lows of a game when you don’t know the final outcome can seem overwhelming, but when you’re watching a highlight reel and you know the score it doesn’t hit as hard. In the end, everything is going to work out. Our day-to-day lives is only a small data point in the big picture. Mistakes are learning opportunities if you pay attention.
  • Thanks to Emily Chung for her contribution to the aftermarket’s premier podcast.
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