I am honored to be featured today on an amazing website called She’s Next. In the video, I share a story of how I used personal kaizen to achieve a massive goal I held deep in my heart. Like all goals and dreams we need to have a deep reason or motivating force to keep us going along our journey or we just may fizzle out before we reach its success.
The kaizen way isn’t for everyone, there are those who can take giant leaps and reach their goals with super speed and massive action. I do admire those people, I really really do! I even tried to emulate their efforts for quite a while until after much exhaustion and frustration I realized that pace only made me stumble, fall and feel badly about myself.
Personal kaizen is process orientated. It’s very much a journey where we find ourselves making small changes, tweaks and improvements along the way. It’s much like a work in progress that is flexible and adaptable, ever improving.
Kaizen is the Japanese philosophy of small continuous improvements for the betterment of the whole. It seeks to eliminate excess and optimize efficiency. Personal kaizen tends to work well when we write out our goal, and journal (write about) the small successes we experience along the way toward our goal. If we are observant, we’ll notice things that seem to hinder us along our journey and we’ll find small ways to improve. Schedules and outlines help tremendously breaking down our goals into smaller actionable steps.
If you are frustrated or feeling stuck in the pursuit of your goals and dreams, watch my video www.shesnext.com/the-keys-to-success-with-personal-kaizen and let it show you how we can break down our goals into small steps that consistently move us forward – toward the tremendous achievement of our goals and dreams!
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