Sometimes, it seems that any change in life has to be a 180° turn… starting or stopping something you were not doing or doing. And sometimes, that is important. You might stop smoking, start exercising, or make some other major shift in life.
But in reality, more of growth in life is really about continued improvement. This matches the Japanese idea of kaizen, or “change for the better.” This is the concept behind many manufactoring processes — small incremental changes that amount to bigger cumulative improvement.
That can apply to your life! It probably already does, but can you make it more intentional? For example, let’s say I start exercising. I go for a 20 minute run/walk. That might be a 180° change — I started doing something I wasn’t doing. But then what? I would likely not just stay with that. I might add more time, more distance, or maybe run for a higher percentage. Gradual improvements that add up to more change.
Which leads to this episode of the Thriveology Podcast. I cover 3 moves you can make for a better day. Two of the moves involve one tool I have used with my coaching clients for years. It is a powerful process that has led to some pretty amazing transformations.
The other is just one to add in… or constantly improve… depending upon whether it is already a part of your life or not.
If you are ready to build a better day, these 3 moves can be the key. And guess what? It will only shift 30 minutes of your day. All for a huge shift in life!
You can listen below.
Being Growth Oriented
Morning Shift for a Better Day
Evening Shift for a Better Day
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