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Japan Company Trust Organization: Profile

Organization:           Japan Company Trust Organization (JCTO)
Type:              Scrutiny and registration of Japanese companies
Description: Japan Company Trust Organization "JCTO" is an anti-fraud organization with Headquarters in Tokyo, Japan. The organization registers only real Japanese companies with physical address, confirmation and documents scrutiny.
ScrutinyCommittee:          Mr. Y. Ichikawa                                                 Mr. M. Oshima                                                 Mr. S. Iwamoto                                                 Mr. H. Suzuki                                                 Mr. K. Sasaki
Eligibility:     Only Japanese with physical address in Japan are eligible for registration. Non-Japanese companies with registered Office/Branch in Japan are also eligible to apply for registration. Application from 100% foreign companies with no office in Japan are not accepted.
Contact:         Natsuko Sato                         Yasun…

When Your Life Needs a Do-Over

Books Offer Career Advice, and Tips on How to Quit and Find a New Job

“Mastering the Art of Quitting: Why It Matters in Life, Love, and Work,” by Peg Streep and Alan Bernstein. Da Capo Lifelong Books, $24.99, 272 pp.

“Reset: How to Beat the Job-Loss Blues and Get Ready for Your Next Act,” by Dwain Schenck. Da Capo Lifelong Books, $16.99, 272 pp.

“Fail Fast, Fail Often: How Losing Can Help You Win,” by Ryan Babineaux, Ph.D., and John Krumboltz, Ph.D. Tarcher/Penguin, $15.95, 224 pp.

As 2014 looms, if you’re centering your New Year’s resolutions on things like exercising, improving your self-discipline and communicating better with loved ones, but ignoring trouble spots where drastic action is needed (like quitting a dead-end job or ending a doomed relationship), you are not alone.

According to the authors Peg Streep and Alan Bernstein: “American mythology doesn’t have room for quitters. In fact, the only kind of giving up we collectively accept and support is quitting a bad habit like smok…