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  • Why giving away our wealth has been the most satisfying
  • The most famous billionaire, Microsoft CEO Bill Gates and his wife's interview.The biggest company around the world which is k
    nown as revolution in computer world is developing incredible services every day. Bill is contributing huge money to poor countrie
    s every year.After listening their interview, I didn't feel any disgusting atmosphere which is had by rich people.They have pu
    re feelings they r [続きを読む]
  • Here's how we take back the Internet
  • Edward Snoden, he became famous as a person who revealed the secret of American government about irregular serveillance in Interne
    t. He was called traitor, hero, or something like that. But I think he is definitely "hero".After listening this video,
    I was convinced that he has really simple ideas. This is because, when he revealed the violation of American government, he though
    t he just wanted to [続きを読む]
  • Donald Hoffman: Do we see reality as it is?
  • I was really surprised by his great ideas. I felt that his ideas were definitely the theory of evolution but they were like some k
    ind of philosophy.I was convinced that creatures that only see reality as it is will be extinct. Realities are like icons on the d
    esktop on the computers, we don't need to see details in it.His talks were really difficult for me, but I think I have to adop
    t to realities [続きを読む]
  • Creating an Innovation Mindset
  • His idea, "recognize changes" is tend to be ignored by workers who are doing routine work. There's a possibilit
    y that you won't be able to chach up business trend if you could not recognize changes around you. He insisted that manegers s
    hould recognize changes such as technologies, people's demand or cultures. He told that his favorite companies which can
    follow and lead the market were [続きを読む]
  • Understand Your Customers' Minds
  • It was about a marketing method that focuses on consumers' deep metaphor which is not even recognized by consumers themselves.
    Maybe he is a profession in marketing business, his unique ideas are enough to surprise me.From now on, I was reprised that marke
    ting operations should be based on a deep insight of consumers' interests. He showed a method about Coca-Cola's marketing
    strategies to attract [続きを読む]
  • Using Empathy to Create Products People Love
  • It was long but a nice video. This video is full of the tips for succession of winning market.His ideas are really unique and havi
    ng different aspects of reserches and marketing strategies.Basically, his ideas are based on having empathy for consumers' dem
    ands, and create products that can realize them. When you hear that, you might that this is pretty usual, but his approaches are s
    o deep, and ar [続きを読む]
  • The Internet of Things, Privacy, and The New Deal on Data
  • That was a really interesting video. They say that the era of "Big Data" has just come, but the research and study of it
    are not sufficient. A lot of companies in our country introduce system for big data. But it is the fact that they still can't
    use it instead of collecting lots of data.When we talk about this kind of technology, it would be important how to use gigantic d
    ata. There're so many ki [続きを読む]
  • Lessons on Leadership: From Mandela to Obama
  • Both of Mandela and Obama have common charactor. They are calm and flexible. Mandela had struggled with lots of things in his long
    life in prison. This exeperience gave him his good charactor that can understand people's pains.I don't really understand
    of these two people's achivement, but I can feel their kindnesses and strong motivations through their presentation. They are
    both have power as le [続きを読む]
  • The Secret Weapon of Great Leaders
  • This is a good video. You'll see the secret how great leaders do their jobs in efficient ways.Executives, especially called &q
    uot;excellent executives" are extremely busy and they have no time to spent wastefully.They also have families, friends, hobb
    ies like us. But they have to consider growth of their companies firstly. They are always holding lots of tasks and problems they
    have to address. So grea [続きを読む]
  • The Path to Peak Performance
  • His remark is a key to do job happily with high-performance. The more you keep your job you don't like, the more you can't
    escape from it. The most important stuff is whether your current job is enjoyable or not. People (like me) are not able to do the
    ir disliked jobs with best conditions.If you are satisfied with your job or find purposes in there, you are in perfect surrounding
    s. If not, you sho [続きを読む]
  • Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action
  • His opinion is quite right. Most of freat leaders( he told, Wright brothers and Steve Jobs) have storong mind and belief for their
    business. Most of us think about, "What should we do?" or "How should we do?". But he says, grea leaders thin
    k about, "Why". Why do we want use good computers, or Why do we want to fly?His point is deffinitely positive, but how m
    any people can do that? I think most peo [続きを読む]
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