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

Self-sufficient salt

One of the choices you have to make in life is how much you want to become more interlocked with society and nature.

In extreme cases, if you stay on an uninhabited island and provide for everything, there is little linkage with society, and the linkage with nature is maximized.

In other words, the actions of others do not directly affect you (indirectly, they can be influenced by international law controls, air pollution, etc.), but they are greatly influenced by wind, rain, plant growth, etc.

Also, when you are making a living by distributing videos on Youtube, the linkage between other Youtubers, viewers and advertisers has increased considerably.

For those of us who live in the modern world, there are many things that can be interlocked, and once you choose one, it is not something that will work forever.

If you buy a mutual fund, you will be strongly linked to the global economy of the stock and bond markets, and if you live in Japan, you will be influenced by the guidelines of the Japanese government.

Even if you choose the freelance profession, you are not free, and it is closely related to the amount of work that is ordered.

If you use your phone all day, the impact on the data storage side is inevitable.

On the other hand, there is a way to intentionally lower the value without being overly conscious of the linkage.

It's called self-sufficiency, and the idea is to increase what we can handle.

From an economic point of view, self-sufficiency is close to a local economy, and a high degree of linkage is strongly associated with globalization.

In familiar terms, it is the difference between what we can do ourselves and what we have to pay others to do for us.

It's not a bad idea to put aside the ever-expanding linkages we don't know about and review what we can do.