Tomoya Nakamura

Tomoya Nakamura

Dean of Graduate School Management at GLOBIS University

If you have a kokorozashi you tend to wait for Mondays, but if you don't have a kokorozashi probably you think “Thank God it's Friday”. Depending on whether you have a mission for life, and if you can make it your occupation, that can drive you for many years, maybe longer than 10 years, maybe 20 years. If we think about mountain climbing. You're thinking of climbing the nearest mountain, but once you reach the top, you find out there's another mountain behind. So, kokorozashi is like creating your first goal, seeing your second goal, maybe seeing your third challenge, as a consequence, it will lead you to maybe 10 years, maybe 20 years.

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IKIGAI-KAN BOOK - FEEL A LIFE WORTH LIVING

"Ikigai-kan consists of a challenging spirit with purpose and motivation toward everything one does and having the self-awareness of making a contribution to others."

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