Mixing English and Japanese entries may not be the best thing to do, but hopefully, I will be able to resolve that point soon.
Practice, practice, practice.
Tom Peters’ book reads so much easier in Japanese. The translation sentences flow much smoother than the original.
But hey, although it may be kind of late, I am reading up Tom Peters now. Here’s something I found inspiring in <span class="underline"The Cirlce of Innovation: You Can't Shrink Your Way to Greatness this morning during my subway commute to work:
“This is the age of intranets…the Internet…virtual organizations…wired-up organizations. And yet…THE ‘MISSING 95 PERCENT’ IS SOCIOLOGY… PSYCHOLOGY… ANTHROPOLOGY. That is, the information technology — no matter how powerful — is ‘merely’ an ENABLER. You can wire yourself up until you are blue in the face (and broke)…but in the end it’s a people game.”