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Constant and Never-ending Improvement

What’s your 1% today?

Our hectic lifestyles rarely afford any time to invest in our own health productively. Yet, many of us understand the importance of our health, because without it, few things are of consequence. Like the age old story of the “The Tortoise and the Hare,” slow and steady is the best strategy to create long lasting change for ourselves. The challenge then becomes how do we maintain our focus.

After World War II, the United States sent economist Walter Deming over to Japan to help them rebuild. His ideas were instrumental in their rise to success as an economic powerhouse in the 90s. Many consider the Deming Award to be the most prestigious distinction any Japanese company can receive.

The award is based off of a quality assurance principle the Japanese call “Kaizen:” The idea of success through failure. Being able to break down your failures and developing a plan where you can improve yourself 1% per day, every day as you pave your path to personal success.

This program has been broken down into bite-size chunks you can implement every week and offers a road map to figure out your own corrections to help you reach your ultimate goals of better health and fitness.

Take Away:

Small, incremental changes made daily are the easiest way to change your life.


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