Society & Culture:Personal Journals
Moai means "meeting for a common purpose" and kaizen is the approach to continuous, incremental improvement.
Blue Zones’ 3rd principle of the “power 9” is Down Shifting.
“Even people in the Blue Zones experience stress. Stress leads to chronic inflammation, associated with every major age-related disease. What the world’s longest-lived people have that we don’t are routines to shed that stress. Okinawans take a few moments each day to remember their ancestors, Adventists pray, Ikarians take a nap and Sardinians do happy hour.”
So, one of the habits that this Moai will focus on is the Kaizen approach for improving our Ikigai (our reason for living) through finding ways that help us de-stress from our busy day.
On a daily basis:
Weekly / Monthly:
Kaizen and dealing with people
Revisit your vision
Wasteful Excess Processing
Eliminating Wasteful Producing
Eliminating Wasteful Waiting
Eliminating Wasteful Transportation
The Seven Mudas: Wasteful Motion
5 Keys To A Kaizen Mindset
Kaizen and the Compound Effect
Small Visual Rewards
Mastery through Consistency: Don’t break the chain!
Small Beginnings Can Lead To A Big Finish
Accomplishing Things Through Kaizen
The Upper and Lower Intelligence Conflict
Unbalanced Ikigai and Procrastination 2
Unbalanced Ikigai and Procrastination
4 Areas of Your Ikigai
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