A Guest Post by Tarek Roumie
Unless you are Superman or Wonder Woman, chances are you have something to improve in some aspect of your life.
When first introduced to the term kaizen in “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari”, I was blown away.
The term “kaizen” is Japanese for “improvement”. But the deeper meaning of the word refers to constantly thriving to improve in everything we do. Within this lies our eventual success.
Fitness itself is considered self improvement, yet most of us get lost somewhere along the path to our goals and kaizen begins to suffer.
Let's look at kaizen from another perspective. The game of life.
Without constantly improving, we end up going nowhere and are stuck fighting the diseases of mediocrity and boredom (Yes, boredom is a disease).