But hidden behind her fine fashion sense and model-worthy looks, the ambitious entrepreneur endured a tough climb to the top, struggles that she admits inspired her to push herself harder. She was just a teenager in junior high school, when she attended a cooking class at her school. Another reason Shoji felt needed to work so hard was to earn enough to support her little sister who has an intellectual disability. But she admits how she ironically ended up too focused on her work.
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