Mogic considers

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

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane

August 08, 2022

Rely on your instincts and see where it takes you.

A friend I hadn't seen in a while asked me, "How do you run your business?" I was asked.

Before I started my own business, it was a mystery to me how I would run it too, but now I understand.

I know it sounds like a lie, but I have to rely on my instincts.

Do this and that first.

It doesn't matter what is written in books, what people tell you, or what is inside or outside of your specialty.

Try to get people involved.

We do things we don't normally do.


Yeah, I think I screwed up a lot.

I'll think of something soon and do it again.

This is a bit of a mistake.

Then I'll speed it up and try to reproduce it.

It's a different kind of failure because it changes your perspective.

Fill in all kinds of mistakes with all kinds of failures.

Even if it fails, do not change the pace and keep it moving all the way.

Up in the mountains and down in the valleys, problems disappear like fog clearing.

Then we'll go back to chasing dreamy themes.

I'm just going on a hunch and seeing where it takes me."

I replied.

And a further question.

I get the vibe from your blog that you seem to be having fun, but isn't it hard to hire people?"

This is often misunderstood, so I have an answer ready for you.

It's hard work, so I think about it very seriously and do it with a cutthroat attitude.

We are not aiming for any kind of relaxed or laid-back management.

It's easy to see it that way as a result, but it's not.

The density of information is so high that it has to be slow and steady, or people will get tired of it.

It's easy to be misunderstood when you only cut out the relaxing moments.

A lot of freight runs on a number of tracks.

I'm having fun trying to connect them in a rhythmic way."


The conversation ended with, "Oh, I see, I guess there are some tough spots."

On the way home, I found myself a little relieved and remembered that it was an endless profession.