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Successful people have experienced failure and setbacks many times, so they are happy now.

成功した人は失敗や挫折を何度も経験したから今の幸せがあるのです英語記事
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Many people have experienced setbacks many times.
In that frustration experience, there must have been something that broke your heart!

 

TOM
TOM

I have failed many times and have given up many times…

I want to know the secret to crawling out of setbacks!

こんな疑問にお答えします。

Successful people have experienced failure and setbacks many times, so they are happy now.

 

When I suddenly hear other people’s frustration experiences, I think, ‘Huh? There are times when you wonder and become positive, thinking that your failure may not be that far!

The size of a failure can vary greatly depending on the person’s environment and sense of values, so it cannot be said unconditionally.

However, more or less, “I’m still not a failure! ’, so when you feel like breaking your heart, it’s a good idea to reflect on it.

 

Therefore, in this article, I tried to summarize the people who were known to many people as successful people in the end, even though they experienced setbacks many times later.

 

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GMO Kumagai Shojumaru’s upbringing was a man who made his wife cry because he had too little ○○

Since the dawn of the Internet, there are only a few companies that have been active in the “bit valley” in Shibuya, Tokyo, where internet ventures have gathered and survived.
One such company is GMO Internet Group.
Why was Masatoshi Kumagai, founder and group representative, able to build a large group with consolidated sales of over 120 billion yen in just over 20 years since the company was founded?

 

1963, 58 years old, from Tomi City, Nagano Prefecture
Kokugakuin High School
Substantial junior high school graduate

 

After dropping out of high school, Masatoshi Kumagai worked as the owner of a pachinko parlor for a while.

In the middle of the night, he happened to hear his parents talking in the room next to him, saying, “The store in Nagano isn’t doing well.” His father opened a chain of pachinko parlors near his mother’s family home in Nagano. It was a suburban store with a lot of land of more than 1,000 tsubo, and it was a store that could park more than 100 cars.

● Pachinko parlor aiming to rebuild

 

What I learned at the pachinko parlor is now the base. In a pachinko parlor, each machine is like a separate shop. The idea is that it’s the same thing as running hundreds of chain stores.

 

Masatoshi Kumagai got married at the age of 20 and had a daughter at the age of 21.

Low salary for working long hours. He lives in a slanting residence without a bath. He decided to work for a company in Tokyo run by his father, and ended up living in a dormitory in Edogawabashi.

 

That’s a terrible dormitory. The whole building was leaning. The amount of electricity that can be used is small, and if you use a microwave oven and a hair dryer together, the fuse will blow. It was.

 

One day, when Mr. Kumagai came home, he was crying, saying, “My wife has no money! I will start working tomorrow!”
His wife leaves his daughter at nursery school every morning and starts working part-time as a waitress. Then in the morning her daughter was also crying because she knew she was going to leave her.

 

Until now, Mr. Kumagai had been working seriously in the environment he was given, and had never thought deeply about his life. I’m not happy,’ he realized.

This continuation…

GMO熊谷正寿丸の生い立ちは○○が無さすぎて奥さんを泣かせていた男

If you are familiar with the IT industry more or less, there is hardly anyone who does not know the name “GMO”.

This is the secret story behind the birth of GMO, which has sales of 100 billion yen and a total of 4,000 group employees.

A junior high school graduate who made his wife cry because he didn’t have enough money has created a company listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

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Takao Yasuda’s life is Don Quixote, his upbringing is Winnie the Pooh with five yen

Takao Yasuda was born in 1949 in Ogaki City, Gifu Prefecture.
In 1973, he graduated from Keio University Faculty of Law.
It wasn’t until long after walking through a long labyrinth that I realized that this was about selling “things.”
He skips college and goes to a mahjong parlor, continuing a self-indulgent life devoted to mahjong, and finally becomes Pooh Taro with 5 yen in his possession.

He also enrolled in a gym because he admired being a boxer. The boxer gave up after losing the sight in his left eye in an accident when he was a child.

After graduating from university, he joined a medium-sized real estate company, but it soon went bankrupt. From the job listings in the newspaper he picked up, he started working as a day laborer. He lived an unreliable life, working in the docks and working as a newspaper expansionist to earn a living.

This continuation…

 

「驚安の殿堂」がキャッチフレーズの店舗を東京に開店。
その後、店舗は全国へと進出していきます。これは、年商6000億円を超える総合ディスカウントストア「ドン・キホーテ」の誕生秘話です。
所持金5円のプー太郎は、今では個人資産2500億円以上の大富豪になったとさ♪

 

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OkWave founder and former Kento who lives a homeless life fishing for discarded convenience store lunch boxes

Kento Kanemoto July 22, 1966

A businessman from Midori Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. He was born in Nagoya City as a third-generation Korean resident in Japan.

After graduating from Aichi Prefectural Zuiryo High School and graduating from Aichi Prefectural University of Arts in 1989, he worked for a design company in Kyoto and an architectural painting company in Nagoya.

In the sixth grade, he contracted Guillain-Barré Syndrome, an incurable disease, and was in and out of the hospital all the way through high school, and was forced to live in a wheelchair.

He moved to Tokyo alone in 1996. He relied on an acquaintance in Tokyo and went to Tokyo, but he could not get a job, so he asked for a new job in Tokyo, but he could not get it, and his living expenses hit the bottom, and he started living in a homeless state.

After that…

 

He is the founder of the web service “OKWave”.

 

Cocoichi founder Tokuji Munetsugu grew up as an orphan

Founder Tokuji Munetsugu is said to have acquired 22 billion yen in assets from the sale of stock. I had a half-life like that, so I’d like to introduce it.

Name Tokuji Munetsugu
Date of birth: October 14, 1948 (age 70)
Birthplace: Ishikawa Prefecture Occupation:
Ichibanya Special Advisor (founder and former chairman) Chairman of NPO Yellow Angel Owner of Munetsugu Hall

宗次徳二
引用:photo by : http://matome.naver.jp/
Munetsugu’s birth was unexpected. Munetsugu was born in Ishikawa Prefecture, but his parents are unknown, although his family register states that he was born. It is said that his biological parents let him go when he was a suckling child and sent him to an orphanage in Amagasaki, Hyogo Prefecture.
As a result, although Japan was still chaotic after the war, Mr. Munetsugu grew up without even knowing the existence of his biological parents.
After that, he was raised in an orphanage until he was three years old. Munetsugu spent his childhood as the first parents of these two.
Unfortunately, this adoptive father was the “worst”. Living with this adoptive father and adoptive mother is also going to spend a fierce childhood just like being born…
My adoptive father didn’t work and was a gambling maniac who would go to horse racing or pachinko for just a few hundred yen.

His family lived in poverty with public assistance, but his adoptive father used it for gambling, so he couldn’t pay the rent and moved from one abandoned house to another, leading a hellish life.

After that, his adoptive mother who disliked his grandfather disappeared, and Munetsugu began to live with his adoptive father.

He had no electricity or running water, so he spent his days lighting candles in an abandoned house. He ate weeds growing on the road to fight hunger, and because he could not bring his lunch to school, he spent his lunch time hiding behind the school building by himself.

After that, Tokuji Munetsugu…

ココイチの創業者の生い立ちは壮絶すぎる、宗次徳二さんは孤児育ち 

 

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