When I was 28 years old, I started my career as a manager by reviving a bankrupt emergency hospital.
I think the sudden young manager was the appearance of an alien to the senior executives.
For me, at first, my only ally was the director’s father.
When I changed all the old contractors by bidding, all the executives who were getting rebates quit.
Thanks to that, it can be said that I was able to play it.
Fighting without allies is mentally painful.
The back view of my father as a doctor who sincerely confronts medical treatment was a source of emotional support.
Now that I think about it, my father was always cheerful.
He always smiled at his patients.
It must have been his attitude as a doctor.
I was indifferent to management, so in that respect it was hard for me as a young man.
However, after that, a large number of medical and welfare facilities were established across the country.
Always, alone, I traveled to that yet unseen town.
Both politicians and officials were tough negotiators rather than allies.
Many of the locals were greedy merchants and landlords.
I wonder why I never gave up.
If you do your best, only one ally will appear among the local staff.
With that person’s reliance, that person eventually grew up to be an executive called a management director.
Without him, there would have been no subsequent growth of the corporation.
He is the one who dug the well.
Business revitalization and new business launches are tough.
The hardest part is the loneliness at the top.
Ginza and the director’s father were my hometowns.
Even now, new facilities are established and opened every year.
The person responsible is serious.
And there is loneliness in the land.
I know that first.
But don’t worry.
I am watching with all my heart.
A caring executive cares.
Always go to help when needed.
Business is like climbing a mountain.
It’s a tough road.
At that time, I am happy to have friends who walk the mountain path together.
Business is long.
as in life.
That’s why I call Koyama’s companions life companions.
Sooner or later, you will definitely meet someone who thinks so.
If only I was in Koyama G.
At least I have the same experience.
You are not alon.
Thanks to you, I can do my best day and night.
Today is Tanabata.
We can go anytime, not just once a year.
I can go to cheer you up.
You are not alone
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Hikoboshi (male protagenist from the star festival legend)
CEO, Yasunari Koyama