2018年01月12日

JAPANESE AIUEO

In many ways, being disgraced because of your association with corruption is one of the worst things that can happen to yourself and your career.

In Japanese wisdom, one should observe being "Ogorazu" loosely translated to being modest. A modest person ensures that his legacy is clean, and a good example to other young leaders who look up to him/her.

In that light, it becomes important to “Ekohiki-sezu” which means "Do not show favoritism". When one avoids favoritism, corruption cannot get into the picture. Leaders in powerful positions may be tempted to use their power to influence many benefits to them. But Japanese AIUEO wisdom advises that caution must be taken, and it has to be done in such a way that integrity remains outstanding.

Just as is the case for leaders, one must be ready to seek guidance, accept the mistake, and correct it immediately. There is no wisdom in acting big (Ibarazu) just because you are in a position of power.

Always, we stand guided that following the principles of AIUEO remains the truest and most fulfilling way to achieve good outcomes in life.

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「あいうえお」をどうやって、じぶんのしごとにいかしますか?
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