The Japanese philosophy of Kaizen offers an effective, manageable way to achieve long-term goals — Quartz

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          This is a great weekend read, one to be taken to heart and lived in the weeks to come. I have been fascinated for years by the Japanese concept of Kaizen and this essay from Quartz is the best introduction for how to integrate its lessons into our lives.

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“Stop aiming for radical personal change, and start developing a process to improve a little bit each day, instead.”

Source: The Japanese philosophy of Kaizen offers an effective, manageable way to achieve long-term goals — Quartz

Courtesy of Growing Bolder

Courtesy of Growing Bolder

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The Creative Apothecary Believes in the Transforming Power of Kaizen!

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About ReginaMJKyle

Regina MJ Kyle is a former teacher, university professor, and dean. She recently established The Creative Apothecary as the successor to the Kyle Group through which she worked for 30 years. Her past work has focused on innovation and entrepreneurship in education, the arts, and community development. She is currently writing on a book on creativity in our lives and communities. Originally from Massachusetts, she has lived in England, Dallas, Washington DC, Louisville, Cambridge, and Boston.

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