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by Robert Maurer
• Kaizen is a process of improving a habit using very small steps.
• Small steps can lead to big changes.
• Kaizen disarms the brain’s fear response making change come more naturally.
• By taking steps so tiny that they seem trivial or even...
Myth #1: Change is hard
Myth #2: The size of the step determines the size of the result, so take big steps for big results
Myth #3: Kaizen Is slow; innovation is quicker
• Your brain is programmed to resist change. But, by taking small steps, you effectively rewire your nervous system.
• Kaizen questions such as ‘What’s the smallest step I can take to be more efficient?’ allow us to bypass our fears.
If you tend to berate yourself with negative questions (Why am I so fat?), try asking: What is one thing I like about myself today? Ask this question daily, writing your answer down in a journal or on a sheet of paper you keep in a specially designated place.
• If you are trying to reach a specific goal, ask yourself every day: What is one small step I could take toward reaching my goal?
• What is one small step I could take to improve my health (or relationships, or career, or any other area)?
• If somebod...
• Small actions are at the Heart of kaizen. By taking steps so tiny that they seem trivial or even laughable, you’ll sail calmly past obstacles that have defeated you before. Slowly—but painlessly!—you’ll cultiva...
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