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Kaizen, which means continuous improvement in Japanese was originally developed by Depression-Era management gurus in the US. The Japanese embraced the idea of improving and thriving in small steps, as opposed to working on a BHAG (Big, Hairy, Audacious Goal).
When we improve a little on a daily basis, big things occur over time. We need to stop focusing on radical, sudden improvements, as quick-fixes aren’t lasting anyway.
Consistent and sustainable gains are only achieved by small, incremental improvements on a daily ...
Setting a goal is easy, just like marking a date on the calendar. The real challenge is always the willingness to accept what we need to do daily to achieve those goals.
We need to design a system that has to be practiced daily, as the commitment to a process provi...
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It means focusing on consistent improvements in your life, no matter how small the steps you take towards your goals. Becoming even 1% better everyday is a simple, practical way to achieve big goals.
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... is that they can be intimidating. They can paralyze you into inaction.
The big picture can be overwhelming, but in little parts, it seems achievable. Every step forward brings you closer to a goal. Consistent action coupled with time guarantees lasting progress.
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We are all drawn to the possibility of becoming our "best self" and work towards confidence and a great career.
Bestselling self-improvement books add credibility to this idea because they are often authored by highly successful people who assure us that we can also find the same s...
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