Ho-Me-I-Ku People are born to be praised
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Hara worked at a consulting company called Funai Consulting. However, he wanted to become a consultant who can understand and sympathize feelings of the workers in the field, so he changed his job and became a worker at a ramen shop. He started as a person who washes dishes, and became a live-in worker at the shop for 4 years. Years later, he became a manager at a ramen shop. During that time, he scolded and pointed at the faults of the employees. Because of this, his employees started to quit. One day, one of his employees said who is the MVP this month? He realized that this is the key to changing him and his shop. It was obvious that no one becomes happy and motivated by scolding and only picking up people’s faults. He came up with the original method of Ho-Me-I-Ku which means, Praising each other.