The economic note of Ye Byeong-il on October 10 is as follows.
finance and reading
(Ye Byung-il's Economic Note, 2007.10.10)
As a financial tech reporter, I got very annoyed when I was asked questions about the concept. There are people who say that they want to buy an apartment whose price will rise, but do not even know the basic concepts of floor area ratio, building-to-land ratio, and large share. When I ask such a person if he has checked the three factors of apartment investment: floor area ratio, building-to-land ratio, and land share, he asks me what that means.
Why do you ask me for a term that I can understand if I go to a bookstore and buy a book on real estate, or even search the Internet? Such people, I think, are people who live a life that has nothing to do with the aphorism that 'Heaven helps those who help themselves'.
I can't understand people who say they want to make money and giggle at the sports newspaper every day and are only interested in celebrity gossip.
The airlines are the worst place to discriminate against people with money. However, the big difference between business and economy class customers is that business class customers mainly read economic newspapers and economy customers mainly read sports newspapers. Many business customers take notes while reading the newspaper. If you are not a person who manages entertainment, what kind of help can you get from reading sports newspapers?
From Lee Sang-geon's 'Personal Library of the Rich' (Random House, 18p)
I really agree. What I do agree with is that if you really need and want something, you've worked hard to death to get it. This is one of the things that still remain as a draft on my blog. I think I might take this opportunity to post.
As a working partner, I am more passionate personI like it. Being passionate means working hard to achieve your goals. If you just have passion and don't practice, you can't say you have passion.
“I want our company to really make user-centered decisions and make products like that.”
“I really hope our company manages the brand well”
You might think.
But what if we wanted to say something like this?
“People in the company don’t know how important data is”
“They say customer-centric and user-centric, but they don’t do it in real life.”
“You don't know how important users are. ”
“I don’t know what research is”
“We do not consider user research from the beginning”
You can say that you will do well if those conditions are met.
I think most people probably like well-defined things. However, in order to achieve the goal, I think that you have to find out what you need and make it yourself.
no place is ready
It's a short experience, but in my experience, I don't think I'm always ready, whether it's a company or a society. I don't think there is always a well-defined company or society unless you want to do something that has been around for 1000 years. I've never worked for a company with a well-defined job. Of course, a well-defined company would be unattractive.
When I was in college, I was caught by my father. My father asked me why I was doing the demo. So I replied, "It's to change the condition."
Then my father said, "I've never been fully prepared in my entire life. It all depends on how much each of us is doing under the current conditions.”
I would like to change the conditions, but I realized that I can't blame the current conditions until the conditions are met.
In fact, I studied for the exam and hardly ever took the exam.
What you really want must be backed up by the fact that you worked hard to get it.
If there is something you want to do, I think you should make it. Blaming the surrounding environment seems to be something that ordinary people do. But if it's what you really want, you'll find a way and achieve it anyway.
If you say you can't do it by saying what the circumstances around you are, it doesn't seem like that's what you really want.
Don't know how? Do you want to find a way or say something like that? Did you work hard to find a way? I think it's only natural to find the necessary way to achieve what you want.
If you say you want to make money by buying an apartment, you just want it and don't make any effort to achieve it, I don't think it's really what you want.
“I want to learn guitar”
“I want to lose weight”
“I want to get a driver’s license”
“I want to make the company user-centric”
“I want to create products that are valuable to users”
What do you wish for?
If so, what are you currently doing?
Aren't you saying that you didn't sharpen the guitar string, you don't exercise, that your co-workers don't have a mind, or that the culture is a problem?
If so, it may not really be what you want.
Last lecture by Professor Randy Pausch at Carnegie Mellon University If you look at it, you can see that you are making your dreams come true when you are young. Although he is dying now, looking at his life, you can see how much effort he put into making his childhood dream come true.