Mogic considers

With the combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots
We are promoting a new era of company management.
We hope to share part of this process with you in this corner.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane

January 22, 2024

It's a mere thing, but that's how it works.

I was so impressed by a certain cookbook author's recipes that when I read his essay, I unexpectedly felt the need to take care of my pots and pans.

We'll start with the hardest one, a little nippy little milk pan.

Roughly scrape off the outside scorch, apply coarse sandpaper, and finish by polishing with a cloth.

When I wiped with a gasp, the well-worn tool began to shine dully and moistly.

It's a strange thing, but looking at them makes me want to cook again.

The importance of keeping a proper hand on the tools because they are familiar.

This seems to me to be true in business as well.

For example, writing a very simple email.

Keyboard and mouse operation, dictionary-registered proper nouns, writing style to reduce misunderstandings as much as possible, clarification of subject/verb/object, how to avoid copy/paste errors, flow to minimize back and forth emails, presenting options that are easy for the recipient to choose, separators to include for easy viewing, distribution of abstract words and proper nouns, when to send a message that is easy for the recipient to return, and when to send a file with security in mind. When to send, self-checking before sending, consideration of the possibility of the email going into a spam folder, and security-conscious file exchanges.

If you polish them one by one, you can use them as you wish.

It's just an email, it's just an email, so an email, and there is nothing wrong with reviewing it.