#TheRichestMan-n-Babylon: “Kaizen Philosophy”

Kaizen Philosophy is Japanese business philosophy that can be applied to all areas of life, why? The word Kaizen literally means “improvement”, and the entire Kaizen philosophy is based on making small improvements in your business structure.

The most vital component of the Kaizen philosophy for me is the fact that it requires us to continuously examine our progress, methods, and structures. Being mindful of our practices allows us to perfect our crafts.

I once heard a man say ” Practice doesn’t do you any good if you aren’t doing what you are practicing right”. In other words we can practice shooting a football in a basketball goal all day, but I doubt your football skills will be improved much.

Case-N-Point: Don’t get comfortable with your progress, seek to improve every method day by day.

 

Josiah D Lawhorn

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