KAIZEN - The Japanese Philosophy to Change Your Life in Small StepsKAIZEN - The Japanese Philosophy to Change Your Life in Small Steps

KAIZEN - The Japanese Philosophy to Change Your Life in Small Steps
Author : Shingo Kurokawa
Publisher : Shingo Kurokawa
Total Pages : 96
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Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL


Apply to your personal and professional life the method made famous by Toyota and which has made it one of the best companies since the post-war period. Kaizen is a Japanese word that means "continuous improvement". It consists of the idea that you can always improve the things that concern you and that surround you and is at the heart of Toyota's success. Kaizen is an internal process of improvement that happens in culture and mind. The goal is to realize your potential, break the status quo and in this way achieve continuous and ever greater improvements. Thanks to "Kaizen: The Japanese Philosophy to Change Your Life in Small Steps. " you will learn how this method works and above all how to apply it to everyday life. You'll find out how to identify what needs to improve in your life, and then take small steps each day to make those improvements. With "Kaizen" as your guide, you'll be able to live more comfortably every day as you reach all your goals faster than ever! Here's what you'll learn by reading this guide to your personal and professional success: - The 5 S of Kaizen - Kaizen best practices, the problem-solving process and leadership - The importance of habits, why it is difficult to change them and how to build new ones - Why the harmony between body, mind and nature is so important for our happiness - Personal transformation according to the Kaizen method - The number ONE enemy of Kaizen - Tips and tricks to make the most of this method ... and much, much more! Express your full potential in a process of continuous improvement thanks to the Kaizen method! Add this guide to your cart and get started now!

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