All of us have goals and aspirations, and perfect versions of ourselves that we imagine. We all want to have better abs, better teeth, more confidence, and more money.
And every now and then, we get sick of just “wanting” those things and we endeavor to do something about it.
We approach our goals in the completely the wrong way. We are looking for drastic change. We want to see immediate results.
But that’s not how improvement really works.
In Japan, there is a concept known as “kiazen.” It comes from the world of manufacturing, and it basically describes “continually improvement.”
What is meant by that, is the process of making small, incremental changes, which can add up to huge benefits.