Japan: The Story Of A Nation

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How do I start writing about this worthwhile pursuit?  Let me first pause and think well. Word by word, my well-rounded journey of success about Japan in its entirety.  First and foremost, it all nearly started with the book, Japan: The Story Of A Nation, authored by Edwin O. Reischauer.  One thing leads to another, or even more.  The long standing adage somehow keeps me on track,  “A Journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”  Word by word every step of my way.

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The book,  Japan: The Story Of A Nation by Edwin O. Reischauer was written or originally published so many years before I was born.  It was originally published on 1970.  The book has four editions, the one that I own is the third edition.  The very first thought that comes to my mind when the book is at stake is the very own words from the book itself:

The notable Japanese propensity for cooperation and consensus decision-making in small groups.

Why those words impact me well as part of my life-changing experience? Because for me it’s real deal leadership at its very best.

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The second thought that comes to my mind is the very own words from the book itself:

The great sensitivity the Japanese have shown throughout history to the wonders of nature, and to their great love of its beauty.

Those words temporarily wrap up this write-up because I love so much my close affinity with the wonders of nature. There will be more sustainable continuity of write-ups in the very near future of my well-rounded journey of success about Japan in its entirety.

“A worthwhile cool eustress of Japan in its entirety.”  —–Byron M. Vidal

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