This week has been a little more hectic than what I like. With the New Year brings our company, englishbiz (a chain of language schools here in Kagawa) into “high season”. What that means is that because the school year for kids starts in April, we have from January until the end of March to get our schools organized, the curriculum updated, textbooks published and ordered, and make some plans for how we want to grow for the next year. We are now in full on sprint-mode.
One thing I need to mention is that I am incredibly and most deeply indebted to our team of teachers and office managers. There is no way Kazuyo and I could run this company on our own and it is thanks to our extremely honest, hardworking, thoughtful, intelligent, and dedicated team. I’m lucky to know them. I’m lucky to have them in my life. I’m very excited for this next year and know we are going to have great success working with the kids that come to our classes, and make a great impact on their futures. I love our company, and am tremendously fond of our team.
In regards to the Inbound Project for Kagawa (and Shikoku) we are making more and more headway as well. Next month we will have a couple of “adventures” on the road. I can’t say too much now, but I am pretty excited and think it is going to be a lot of fun. Will blog on about it when I can.
In the meantime, I have a few more things I want to use this megaphone of a site for, so thanks for coming by and visiting. If you have suggestions for things that you would like to learn about or see, feel free to fire off email at firstname.lastname@example.org or just leave a comment below.
What are things that attract you to coming to Japan? If you have been to Japan what is an experience that you think others MUST have if possible?