Mogic thinks

With a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots.
We are promoting a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of the process in this section.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane


Subtract or multiply by "work."

I am working in a company, and I am trying to figure out what is left when I subtract the prerequisite of "making money".

Capitalism is so self-evident that if you choose the stance of "belonging to a corporation," you will make sales and increase profits.

That is the first reason to run a company or work for a company.

However, when I consider that I spend more than 7 hours a day working, I feel that it is important to fulfill something other than "earning money" in order to keep my mental balance, although I am a little greedy.

I've started to do well in my work, I've been praised a little, I've made friends, etc. Everyone has their own criteria, but I wonder if I can have expectations for myself in the future.

From a different angle, another question I often receive from interns is "How can I insure myself against working in the future?

The risk of having only one job, the risk of not being able to do the job you want, the risk of working long hours, the risk of being transferred, the risk of having an unpleasant boss, the risk of not being able to start a business.

Ideally, there should be option trading that avoids them.

Whether there is really an option or not is another debate, but I feel that there is too much anxiety leading up to it.

Anxiety is born, then expectation, then worry, then hope.

It would also be ideal if the years of work increased with each passing season.