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brees.co.jp

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Founded Year

2014

Stage

Corporate Minority | Acquired

About brees

brees is the operator of PAYSLE, a service that allows payments to be made at convenience stores using smartphone apps. It can be used to make payments for internet purchases, utility charges including electricity, gas and water, ticket purchases, and correspondence education/membership fees.

brees Headquarter Location

Ichigo Shibuya Dogenosaka Building 8F 28-3 Maruyamachō, Shibuya-ku

Tokyo, 150-0044,

Japan

Latest brees News

Retired QB-turned-entrepreneur Drew Brees shares how to use adversity to build mental toughness for leadership

Jan 12, 2022

Retired QB-turned-entrepreneur Drew Brees shares how to use adversity to build mental toughness for leadership By FORMER NFL quarterback-turned-entrepreneur Drew Brees was the most recent guest of the 21st Century Business Forum. Retired NFL quarterback Drew Brees says he always has been a positive person, so much so that his New Orleans Saints teammates used to call him “annoyingly optimistic.” Perhaps that’s why the 2010 Super Bowl champion turned broadcaster and businessman sees adversity as a way for leaders to build their inner strength and mental toughness rather than as something to fear. “You are going to have all types of adversity, you’re going to have all types of moments and circumstances where all of a sudden it feels like you’re off course (and) going in a direction that you and your team did not expect,” Brees said. “And yet you have to be the calm hand that steers the ship.” Brees shared his thoughts on teamwork in football and in business on Wednesday in the January 2022 episode of the 21st Century Business Forum, a webcast that features monthly one-on-one interviews with some of the nation’s most prominent business minds and thought leaders. Brees said toughness of the mental variety is the second of three skills it takes to be a great quarterback and a great CEO, too. The first skill “very simply put is the ability to motivate and inspire” others, he said. - Advertisement - “By motivating and inspiring, you are bringing out the best in those around you,” Brees said. Styles can vary, Brees said, but the most important thing a leader can do “is showing people how much you care” about them. In his case, Brees said, it is letting people know each day “the gratitude I have for them in the role that they play within the team framework.” The third skill of a great team leader, he said, is displaying character and accountability. When the world is going well, the leader should deflect the credit to the team and its members, the future Hall of Famer said. “When things aren’t going good and you receive all the criticism, man, you’ve got to shoulder it, you’ve got to take on that burden,” Brees said. When those around you see you take on that accountability, “it takes pressure off them and makes them want to work harder to achieve the ultimate goal, with you and for you,” he said. Though the 42-year-old Brees retired from football only last year, he already had his hands involved in the business world as co-owner of the 15-location Surge Adventure Parks and through franchise investments in the Dunkin’, Jimmy John’s and Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux chains. Brees said he uses three criteria to determine where to invest his time, energy and money. The first is authenticity. “Do I love this product, do I love this segment of the market, do I love this aspect of business?” Brees said. The second is fellowship and relationships. “That’s where you start looking at who are those in positions of leadership within the company and (ask), ‘Do you share the morals, do you share the values, do you share the same vision for where the company is looking to go and how it’s going to grow? '” The third is curiosity, which Brees defines as learning more about a particular opportunity and “whether I can add value to help the business grow.” The Business Forum continues in February with global management and sales expert and author Jack Daly. It airs on Feb. 9 at 12 p.m. Register to view the webcast free here . Want to share this story? Click Here to purchase a link that allows anyone to read it on any device whether or not they are a subscriber. TAGS

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