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1. Kaizen

1. Kaizen

Kaizen is a Japanese term that translates to "continuous improvement" or "change for the better." It is a philosophy focused on continually making small, incremental improvements in processes, products, and practices. 

Kaizen, at its core, encourages us to focus on small improvements by taking tiny, yet consistent steps every day. 

Remember, by improving every day by 1 % over the course of a year, you become 37 % better! 

By setting small, achievable goals and embracing small gains, you pave the way for lasting success and increased productivity.

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Renaissance learner, interested in subjects like psychology, arts & design, productivity, creativity, health, fitness, finances and meditation.

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