The answer, hopefully, is obviously a resounding “No!”
Changing even a single aspect of your life takes time, dedication, and effort. Humans are creatures of habit, and once those habits have become deeply ingrained into our psyche. This is a physical phenomenon that can actually be witnessed within the brain.
We’ll get to that later in this Course. And yet despite many of us knowing all this intuitively, we still seem to think that we can make huge changes to our lives on a whim. If you’ve ever told yourself that you are going to “start a new training program tomorrow” that involves going to the gym four times a week and eating half your current caloric intake… well then you’re guilty.
There is a better solution. It’s called Kaizen. This is the Sino Japanese word for “improvement” and it has adapted to represent a specific approach to improvement. One where you make tiny improvements, take tiny steps, toward the goal that you are working towards.
As the old saying goes: even the longest journey starts with a single step.
And what is a thousand mile hike other than lots of single steps?
When you look at challenges this way, anything becomes achievable.
In this course, you will learn how to take this concept and squeeze it for everything it is worth. Whether it’s your relationships, your fitness, your health, your business, or anything else you are looking to improve; Kaizen will help you to get there.