I quess, hah I'm sure to be proper use for You and fit in this position good; looking at my edu, skills, experience & willingness to reach for more each time. IDK bout my life here, only Japan matters. Call me Mr.Danny Choo I'm all Yours, let the force be with CJ:P (+48)697840242 hah dreams
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Let me add these:
Well done Danny san, you got great team and a great leader ( you ) ( ^-^ )~
that is why being able to speak English is a must in the business world...if you can speak third language like Japanese, Korean, Chinese or French, then it will be your strength in the business world
you should just hire someone who have operation management skill to manage your team...
care for a guy from indonesia? not just me, but from around 250millions soul, we have a vast amount of people searching jobs like this. not to mention working in "Mirai Project" is a dream comes true for indon otakus ^^
having a team that can help you manage your work
Please to be create hairpiece for intelligence doll of colour brown shiny. Ordering numbers 1000 items by month 5 of following year. Confirmation please doing.
Danny you're such a creative thinker, I'm sure you'll improve everything somehow.
Google Translate...lol Most of these translation sites and even some programs cannot successfully translate any of the idiosyncrasies of most languages, especially when translating some of the harder languages like Japanese into English and I'm sure, Korean to English is just as bad lol
So yeah, networking is going to be much harder with a language barrier limiting potential business growth in foreign markets. And as an entrepreneur like yourself fully know these markets can provide a huge potential for business and cannot be ignored.
Join you when i have the chance ... ;)
Well I read a lot about business owners because when I grow up I want to be one.. #Humor But some trends I've noticed with certain business is they remain a certain size so they can keep things in perspective and they just work on cashflow... and quality. They literally choose to remain a certain size instead of just getting "bigger and bigger" So that is always an option.
Networking is the most powerful marketing key to sustain success the operation of company, but also be more challenging than ever. ganbatte Danny-san!!
don't get an m.b.a, it stands for Masters at Being ssholes
You should do a job opening position on your website and list down the qualifications. This would help build interest and im one of them
There really is a small talent pool for people who would fit the role of an Operations Officer. It's always a toss-up between hiring internally and grow talent in-house, or hire someone externally but would take the time to appreciate what the business is all about...
I feel you man, and it never is easy building a dream. Here's to keeping the dream alive! XD
danny, please ask your dad! how he manage the company
Sociologist, in Tokyo on a WH visa, would be glad to be of help =)
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Would you employ someone from the UK or is this only for Japanese residents?
Is fluent Japanese required?
Thank you :)
<<=== management . Owner/manager . BJD collector.. Artist ... Need a job in Japan !!
As my team continues to grow, the thing I struggle with the most is managing so many people. We have a great team of folks with ninja execution skills but I currently lack folks with people management skills.
Ideally I would have somebody who can run operations while I work on growing the business - it continues to be challenging doing both.
Networking has been key to building the company but I have not been doing as much as I should what with the hands-on production. I have been delegating as much work as possible but there are still some things I need to handle - for example I'm the only one who can speak Korean in the company which I use to work with some of our vendors who work on our apparel and wigs - Google Translate just does not cut it ^^
Great post Danny! Thanks for sharing!
I'm amazed that the E-GO has regenerative braking! It's really like a Prius :)
I currently commute using a regular longboard (http://www.longboardhub.com) and really find it painful to get uphill... Maybe it's time for me to get one of these electric skateboards :)
That's the Stair-Rover. Danny has had that for a little while now, and its always impressed me that he got hold of one before they were ready for launch. They had the best kickstarter videos I'd seen for any skateboard. He's getting a neat collection of boards now. Guess the popularity of them is growing in Japan these days too.
Going back only a few years, it was hard to find store retailers for skateboards in Japan.
Ouch, that is wet. I stopped riding my electric board in the rain ages ago just due to the hazard of how slick everything becomes. It gets depressing to have to revert to walking on foot, but it avoids the standard skateboard injury you showed. Hope that heals up quick.
So every time anything remotely green tea flavored comes up you're going to tag me? -.- I think something like Oreos is going too far anyway. Not my style.
Nazo Kiyoubinbou you would probably like these :p
Just like 7-11, I can't find those in Kurayoshi!!
My Mirai is waiting to board a flight to Canada. She is stuck in her travel crate until we get home though.
I'm using Sony Experia too, by the way.
Soiya! Orange Arms: Hanamichi on Stage!
nice shot! would love to get into photography. Can you send me that camera? Im too poor lol
Matcha is great !!!! <3
Note: the IMPORT TAX was ¥30,000 -- the printer cost is US$3,500.
Yamato, Kongou sisters, Fubuki. Love ALL kancolle
A7ii in body stabilisation is pretty badass, especially for low light.
What are your favourite lenses Danny?
I love matchá <3 matcha chokoreto, matcha oreos, matcha candy, matcha ice cream... Yumi!!
Never gonna happen in Canada. Unless Asian markets import.
I NEED THIS AVAILABLE IN THE U.S. PRETTY MUCH YESTERDAY
They taste pretty good
YES. too bad sweden don't like oreos or matcha D:
I've seen these in Little Tokyo.
I love all this green tea sweet~ (^~^)
safe journey with Kizuna chan!
Back to school... ^^;;;
The average retention rate for most new teachers, now, is between three to five years. For the most part, most people don't realize how much work/time is involved in teaching when they become teachers, and end up quitting from poor pay/stress after a few years.
As for me, I'm looking at this for at least the next decade or more. There would have to be a really special position/job to tear me away from the profession. ^^
Right...so, I'd be viable for positions as a math, science, or Japanese instructor. With the economy and school funding the way it is, now, I'd probably end up filling multiple roles in most schools. It gives me a leg-up on applying for teaching positions versus single discipline candidates. ^_^
Waiting for the Danny/Mimi merger... ^^;
Congrats on graduating! ^_^
I'm currently getting a teaching certification for math-secondary education. Will also try to get endorsements for general science and Japanese language on my license. ^^
Moved here, last year... ^_^ ...back in college, too... ^^;;;
Are you still haunting MIT? ^^
I live about 5-10 minutes from Manitou Springs... ^^
Would love to apply, but relocating to Tokyo is a no-go for me for the near future. ^^;
Probably one of the best heroes in manga/anime... ^^
Wataru was one of my favorite anime as a kid... ^^;;;
She definitely has my interest... ^_^
Congrats! Will have to look for Mirai the next time I'm in Seattle... ^_^
Falling Pipe? O_o
As for story recommendations, I've always enjoyed "Watership Down." Good, dark adventure elements, plus a few bits of mythos thrown in for flavor.
If you want more of a comedy flavor, I suggest looking at children's books. The good ones keep their stories simple, but interesting and well-paced. I've been enjoying the "Dragonbreath" series with my daughter. There are plenty of others that I'm sure other folks will recommend. ^_^
Or lots of use on dirt roads... ^^
One of my favorites... ^_^
I taught myself how to read, so I'm really uncertain on what kanji is supposed to be at what grade level... ^^;;;
One of my favorite Mirai images... ^_^
That is amazing work! ^o^
Good luck to the contestants... ^_^