The reason I work at Agukuru is because I want to regain the "enthusiasm" I forgot.
I played soccer from the third grade of elementary school to high school.
Even now and in the past, I really love soccer and have been thinking about soccer ever since I started playing soccer.
And, with the feeling of "I like soccer", "I want to win more", "I want to get better", "I don't want to lose", I have been chasing the ball since I was little.
I'm happy if I win the game, and I'm disappointed if I lose.
Maybe I lost more, the teacher was scared, the practice was hard, and there were many painful things, but I think I did my best, and that's why I'm happy when I got over the wall. It was.
I think I enjoyed those days.
Because I was so enthusiastic about it, I was enthusiastic at the moment when the goal was scored in the match and the joy of having fun with my friends.
I want to dig up the "enthusiasm" of those days in me now.
As we grow up, everyone becomes "common sense".
I said that I would become a soccer player, but when I was a high school student, I couldn't talk about that dream, so I studied like everyone else, went on to school, and searched for a job.
But was there "enthusiasm" there?
One member from my hometown was selected as the representative of Japan for soccer at the last Olympic Games.
He is not a friend, but he has played against him.
Of course, I'm better than me, but I didn't expect to see him on TV as an Olympic representative, who was fighting in front of me a few years later.
At the same time as , I felt the distance between him and myself, who were too far apart.
I think it's because he kept pursuing his dream even though I started to live a "decent life" far from the dream of a soccer player.
But I still think I can keep chasing his back.
That's why I work at Agukuru.
I'm a new graduate, I don't have a boss in the company, and I have no choice but to solve what I don't understand without training.
The wall you hit may be higher than everyone else.
But I chose this path.
That's the same way I've been playing soccer.
There are many walls and every day I overcome them.
Going toward your dreams. Accumulate small joys and become enthusiastic about them.
I think I want it in my life.
And I want to stand as a business person on the same level as him who couldn't stand as a soccer player.
That's why I want to be able to do more work.
I want as many people as possible to know Orize. I want you to taste it.
With that in mind, I devote myself to my work every day.
And I would like to create an experience that can be "enthusiastic" as an individual, as a company, and with customers.