I Promise!

December 4, 2019

“Most People fail, not because of their lack of desire but of their lack of commitment.”

Vince Lombardi

Can you believe it’s December of 2019? Where has the time gone? As we complete yet another year on the calendar, what have you done this past year that makes you feel good that you committed to? Have you kept your commitment and promise to yourself on accomplishing your desires, goals and aspirations?

If you haven’t, what do you think is holding you back? What is it that gets you so pumped up and excited about starting something and then that drive slowly vanishes? I know for myself, that when I’ve planned on eating healthier, getting in better shape or developing my business goals, and I overdo it, I slowly start to make excuses to myself why today isn’t a good day to continue. Then little by little, I’m right back where I started, and nothing improves. Now I know that to get lasting results, I first must make a commitment and a promise to myself that I am going to follow through on what I truly desire. Second, I do not overwhelm myself with an all or nothing mentality. I have learned the Kaizen Principle. Kai=Change

Zen=Good. It means to become good through change. This is a Japanese philosophy of continuous improvement. It is a series of small incremental and daily routines done over long periods of time that will result in dramatic and lasting improvements.  Wow, this has made such remarkable improvements in every aspect of my life! This was something I could commit too. With small incremental improvements, it’s like compounded interest. You get better and better at something over time. What do you want to change and commit to in the New Year? What ever it is you want to improve and change, you can make it happen. If you commit to taking little steps every day, where you will be at the end of 2020 will amaze yourself!

It’s always best to have an accountability partner to support you and keep you on track, so reach out and hire a professional coach that will encourage you on the days you want to quit.  2020 is the year of clear vision. Get started now. Change for the good is possible.


Every Day In Every Way

June 28, 2018

The key to happiness is really progress, growth, constantly working on yourself and developing something.

Lewis Howes

 

This is the kaizen principle. The kaizen method is the Japanese word for improvement. In business, kaizen refers to activities that continuously improve all functions of you business and involve all employees from the CEO to the assembly line workers.

It is constant and never- ending improvement every day to bring you and your business to a higher level.

What are you doing today that will improve your life? What are your thought feelings and actions?

What if you invested an hour each day to create new ideas or improve in some way? The mornings are a great time to contemplate and stir up your imagination to improve. Before the hustle and bustle of the day, the morning offers solitude and peace to really think about where you are and where you would like to go.

The natural laws of the life are to grow and thrive. If you plant a tomato seed in healthy soil, give it water, fertilizer, sun, care for it and remove the weeds that will try to take over, you will be rewarded with an abundant of fruit.

Well the same laws apply to your life. If you want to improve your circumstances, you must take the time to feed your mind with positive thoughts,  practice the kaizen method, and you too will be rewarded with an abundant of good things!

If your business or life is struggling in any way to survive, take the time to dive deep into contemplation, and look to see how you can improve it.

Hiring a coach to discover ways to eliminate negative habits, beliefs, and behaviors can save you countless hours, dollars and stress.

Isn’t it time for you to thrive?


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