- Concluding Remarks
In a country where freedom of speech is guaranteed under a democratic system, a quiet revolution not involving arms is necessary. To start a quiet revolution to change a whole country three things are required: 1) awareness of being a leader, 2) clear-sighted vision, and 3) the power to move public opinion. Every one of us should be aware of our role as leaders of Japan and start to turn the vision presented in 100 Actions into reality by sharing what we each can do. The principles necessary to do so are as follows.
“I need to apologize to you. I’m very sorry that our generation will leave you a debt of nearly 1,000 trillion yen.” This is what Mr. Yoshihiko Miyauchi, senior chairman of Orix, said at a G1 Executive meeting. In this chapter, I will discuss five key issues in 100 Actions that need to be addressed in order to take action through prioritizing limited resources.