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Improving your work starts with imitating successful people.

My name is Otsuka Taito, president of Otsuka Optical Co.

Thanks to your support, we have been able to celebrate our 81st anniversary this year.

From now on, we will continue to listen to our customers' voices and promote management reform with the aim of becoming a 100-year old company.

As part of this, we will send out an e-mail newsletter from our president.

It has been almost a year since we started sending out this e-mail newsletter.

We have received a lot of warm encouragement and critical comments from our clients, which has been a great help to us in our daily work.  

I have a business owner I want to be! he is my best tea teacher.

I try my best to imitate him, but I cannot imitate him because they are on a completely different level.

Otsuka, why can't you do what I say?

If you can't do exactly what I say, don't ask me for advice.

And he is always angry with me

he is absolutely right, I'm not good enough and I can't do what that person says.

 

It's an excuse.

When I think of starting something, I think of "that person's face" and "this person's face".

And then I think, "I failed last time, so I can't do the same thing this time.
i am facing to long time human relationship . i could not do anything at all.


Instead of doing what he says, I'll change the way I do things a little, or be selfishly creative.

Or I'll ignore what he says and do something different.

 

That's just the way I am.

I preach to my employees, "Why can't you do what I tell you to do?

I preach to them, "Please do what I tell you to do.

It's really embarrassing.

 

Successful people do what is really obvious and simple.

In fact, it's the hardest thing to do.

 

People who can imitate successful people are top-notch people.

If you try to surpass that person by trying to be creative, you won't get anything out of it, and in the end, you won't grow at all.

 

The word "Shu Ha Ri " is a principle of progress.

It is the basic attitude to learn things.

 

‘Shu " means to faithfully follow the teachings of your teacher.

Everything is done according to the master's teachings, and the master has been practicing and building up one thing for many years.

A beginner who doubts and condemns this is a person who is not ready to learn from the beginning.

There can be no development.

 

Ri = breaking away from the master's teachings and growing.

After taking all the teachings of the Master as his own

It's about being creative and trying ways that weren't in the teachings.

 

'Ri' = building up your own ground.

Through my own ingenuity and hard work, I was able to completely break away from my mentor's teachings.

The idea is to practice and study further.

 

When you have completed the separation, you will return to your "Shu" and make a new start.

You don't become an expert suddenly without effort and hard work.

 

Once upon a time, Eiko Segawa was so moved by a comedian impersonation of her song.

The fact that someone else was doing her mimicry was proof that she was a top-notch performer.

'I learned a lot from watching his impersonation,'

I remember very vividly her words.



 

You all want to be successful at work. I'm sure you want to succeed in your work and improve your grades. I'm sure you also want to succeed in your work and improve your grades.

I hope you will find a teacher you can imitate. Please find a teacher who you can imitate.

Then, do the same thing as him/her.

It's the next level of innovation and improvement.

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