Today I want to call your attention to a word called Kaizen, which simply implies a strategy for achieving incremental improvement. Pronounced Ky-Zen.
On the first day on the first month of every year, it is an American tradition to try to change our behaviors simply by thinking it so. You can say the words, write your lists and dance on one foot until you actually believe that a change is coming. By February 15, at the very latest, you are the same person you left back at the New Year’s Party. Wishing and hoping doesn’t change people. Lists don’t change people. Wanting to change doesn’t change people.
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