Kenya IKUTSU, Strategic Business Consultant holds a degree from Chuo University, Tokyo Japan with more than 25 years of invaluable experience. He is a turn-around specialist with proven track records in Sales, Business Development, Management and Administration.
His enhanced value is being multilingual with exposure in sales strategic planning, exciting productive new business development creating win-win situations, market research and management. He works with a fresh eye and complete objectivity in assessing the critical aspects of the organization.
Since beginning of 2018, varied experience coupled with his integrity, foresight, effective strategy planning and analytical skills contributes greatly to the success of the “Agri-voltaic” business in Japan.
The Chain is Slave’s Boast
June 6th, 2020 - by Kenya IKUTSU
“Slaves too familiar with the circumstances, they begin to boast to one another of the chain that connects the foot of his surprise.
On the contrary they begin to laugh at free people who are not in chains. But the chain that connects the slaves is actually a chain of the same one only.
And a slave is only a slave.
Slaves of the past are not ceded the freedom of spirit, they were trying to free himself.
But modern slaves become slaves of their own, they do not realize it.
On the contrary they are proud to be a slave.”
~ Leroi Jones in Harlem NY, 1968
You are what you think you are
May 25th, 2020 - by Kenya IKUTSU
“You are what you think you are” is popular in the Buddhist teachings, showing just how powerful thoughts can actually be. If you are thinking happy things, you will in turn be happy and the same is for sadness.
Your life is shaped up based on your “thought”.
“Thought” is your “creed” or “philosophy” in other words.
To establish profound thought, you must read a plenty of books as well as having a various experiences.
It is impossible to gain mature thought without deep knowledge of true history and full of curiosity for the truth.
May 15th, 2020 - by Kenya IKUTSU
According to legend, the phrase “memento mori” may have originated with the Roman empire. Allegedly, when victorious Roman generals returned from battle, in the midst of their festivities, a slave or another low-ranking citizen would follow them around and whisper “memento mori,” or some other reminder that their earthly glory was temporary.
You can see a lot of arrogant old goats or punks went bankrupt after enjoying their shallow prosperities and there are too many cases of this nature to count since the dawn of history.
Discipline yourself and be humble for your own sake.
Meaningful Slow Life
May 5th, 2020 - by Kenya IKUTSU
Slow living doesn’t mean doing everything slowly. It’s not about sequestering yourself from society or moving at a snail’s pace at home and work. Slow living means learning how to focus on the things that really you want to dedicate.
Ironically, slowing down can help you get more done, and make fewer mistakes, because you put your entire focus on one task that you love at a time.
Why don’t you dedicating your time and energy to sharing the life-changing benefits of simple and slow living?
Debt is the money of slaves
April 28th, 2020 - by Kenya IKUTSU
“Gold is the money of kings, silver is the money of gentlemen, barter is the money of peasants – but debt is the money of slaves.”
― Norm Franz, Money & Wealth in the New Millennium: A Prophetic Guide to the New World Economic Order
Debt means fiat currency, is a state-issued means of exchange which a government simply declares to be anything which, when presented as payment, extinguishes a debt owed to another.
Since the value of fiat money lies solely in the faith of those using it, its value can be easily diminished and result in rapid inflation.
Real Old Dude (Movie)
April 19th, 2020 - by Kenya IKUTSU
One of the tragedies of our days is that too many boys are growing up without guidance of father, or another man, to show them what it looks like to do away with that boyhood stuff. As a result, they often move into adolescence and then adulthood looking like men but still speaking, reasoning, and behaving like boys.
Mr. Toshikazu KANKE is a real old dude who has excellent philosophy based on his considerable experience of life.
Agriculture Important and its Role in Everyday Life
March 1st, 2020 - by Kenya IKUTSU
In most parts of the world, agriculture is an important source of livelihood. This entails hard work, but it contributes to the nation’s food safety and health. Agriculture was the primary source of the economy prior to the industrial revolution. With many trade options coming up, many are dependent on their income on agriculture.
Agriculture is the most peaceful and environmentally friendly method and is not limited to cultivation and farming alone. It also includes dairy, poultry, forestry, beekeeping, and sericulture.
Solar Farming with Agricultural land
February 1st, 2020 - by Kenya IKUTSU
Since several crops are seasonal, most of the farmers are not getting a regular supply of financial gain. Farmers don't seem to be having the ability to earn something from their dry/uncultivated land. Alternative energy may be placed to smart used to handle these vital problems with the world.
Solar development is occurring on an enormous scale as lands are being born-again from agricultural land or unused land into solar projects, that represents a tremendous chance to boost our agriculture and improve our food security whereas developing energy at an equivalent time.
Agricultural land utilization for solar power plants
January 1st, 2020 - by Kenya IKUTSU
Two major advantages of Solar-Farming;
Stable management of agriculture business
Solar may supply a distinct supply of revenue for the farm. This completely different revenue stream will offset the operational expenses of the farm and supply economic resiliency in poor growing years.
High-value-added products development
The shade beneath the solar modules will provide planting high-value, shade- tolerant, and hand-harvested crops which will not commonly be out there in markets.
Green-house mounted solar plant
December 1st, 2019 - by Kenya IKUTSU
PV panels and solar farms with agricultural land has the potential to create the methods for comprehensive growth by linking solar poser with agriculture.
Agricultural specialists claim that whereas it's technically possible to apply PV panels on green-house rooftop but, it'll hinder lightweight from coming into the structure, and negatively impact plant growth.
However, the artificial lighting within the green-house or reflective sheet on the ground can catch up on the loss of natural lightning.
Dual Axis Tracker (Movie)
November 1st, 2019 - by Kenya IKUTSU
Two major advantages of Dual Axis Tracker system;
Real-Time Tracking Sensor
Real time tracking sensor is a technology developed to capture maximum energy from the sun. It uses two solar sensors to detect the highest point of irradiance, and that supposed to accelerate ROI of your business.
Magnesium Alloy Coated Steel
Magnesium Alloy Coated Steel is high corrosion resistance product that is 5 to 10 times stronger resistance than that of a normal hot-dip galvanized steel with the same coating weight.
Building Stage at age of 20’s
- by Kenya IKUTSU
Most people make some career decision between the ages of 22 to 25 (after graduated the university). This will set you on the path of your first Building Stage. Few decisions will ever shape your future life more than who you choose to marry. To marry well, you must choose well.
Decided to live in overseas was my first turning point which was a critical time in my life where big decisions could lead to big change, both in work and in life.
Building stage at my age of 20’s was “learning with passion” to understand world outside as well as gaining the multilingual skill.
Building Stage at age of 30’s and 40’s
- by Kenya IKUTSU
Whatever path chosen at the First Turning Point tends to continue for several years, you will likely reassess and reevaluate that path. Even if your first career choice was a good one, you will likely modify it here to enlarge it or expand it by starting a family or moving geographically, for instance.
Tapped into “Turn-around business” based on the knowledge and skill gained during my age of 20’s was my second turning point in my life.
Building stage at my age of 30’s and 40’s was accumulating not only invaluable experience with proven business track records but also some wealth.
Building Stage at age of 50’s
- by Kenya IKUTSU
At this time of age around 50, you have reached the end of the second 20-year life structure. You must make major changes in direction and goals, and begin your third life structure. It is potentially a time of great integration, satisfaction, and happiness.
Now I’m fighting to empower myself as well as people to start world-changing small businesses because I believe the world is a better place when motivated, creative people work for themselves doing interesting things instead of helping giant corporations have no raison d'être.
Contribute to a better world by providing clean energy & healthy foods, that’s my creed.