The Japanese word kaizen simply means "change for better" - the word refers to any improvement, one-time or continuous, large or small, in the same sense as the English word "improvement". With the rate of change we encounter in our personal and professional worlds today, it can be non-stop habit-mastery Olympics.
In this avenue, check out Jim Kwik is an international speaker and social entrepreneur, in this powerful presentation.
“If you want to be an elite mental performer, a real-life superhero you don’t want to start out by checking the phone… because you’re training yourself to be reactive… you’re frying your nervous system with all these likes, shares, comments and everything else” - Jim Kwik
"In the modern era of Netflix bingeing and UberEats, it’s easy to slip into lazy habits.
We all crave convenience, ease, and simplicity in our lives, especially since we’re all so busy with careers, family life and a myriad of other things. However, no one wants to get a reputation as being lazy.
So what can Kaizen teach us?" - PEACE QUARTERS