Kaizen with the Formies


“Kaizen” originates from the Japanese words “kai” = change and “zen” = good, which simply means “change for better”. Mainly known in the business environment, kaizen aims at continually improving all functions and processes, involving every employee from the CEO to the worker on the assembly line. The quality of the process is as important as the quality of the result.

You can use kaizen principles to improve all functions and processes within you and your life to achieve constant self-mastery and progress by equally involving every Formie. The quality of your daily journey towards your goals is as important as the achievement of your goal.

But how do you measure the quality of your journey? By how it feels! Do you feel balanced, free and joyful? Explore your Formies for a week and note your findings in your journal.

  • What does your mind need to be satisfied and at ease?
  • What does your heart need to feel at ease and joyful?
  • What does your body need to feel relaxed or energized?

Modify your existing habits or introduce a new one for each Formie. One small habit for just as much as 5 min every single day. Extend slowly as desired. You will be surprised to feel the difference.

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