Society & Culture:Personal Journals
Moai means "meeting for a common purpose" in Japanese and originated from the social support groups in Okinawa, Japan.
One approach to continuous, incremental improvement is called kaizen. It originated in Japan and the word translates to mean change (kai) for the good ( zen).
Blue Zones has a study of common things that the longest living people share. They call it the “Power 9”.
The people in your life have habits.
Habits are contagious.
Can you imagine how much better off you’d be if the people in your circle (your Moai) had a Kaizen (continuous small improvements) approach to their Ikigai (reason for getting up in the morning, and facing the day)?
Source and Resource
Mind is willing but the flesh is weak
You head in the direction you are looking
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
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