Constant and Never ending Improvement
Improve your life and career with Constant and Never-ending improvement. Constantly seek better and more efficient ways to get things done. Gradually increase your skill-set.
Can People Ever Really Improve Themselves?
People often expect that they can achieve self-improvement virtually overnight but it is more realistic for them to realize that've got to be in for the long haul. Giving up our old inefficient habits is as difficult as giving up smoking or permanently losing weight.
A journey has to begin somewhere and the first step is to say to yourself "That's it I'm fed up with where I am and what I am so I am prepared to do what ever it takes to get myself to a better place".
The process requires a willingness to challenge your beliefs, a commitment to positive thinking amongst other things.
The idea is that by making continuous small improvements that you eventually achieve radical change in your behaviour and performance.
Self Improvement Charter
What else should be added?
- Yes I choose to think positively
- I am ready to re-examine every aspect of my character and behaviour
- Yes I know leaving my comfort zone won't always be easy
- I shall be observant of the behavior of people around me
- I will take advantage of every chance to learn a new skill
- I will shake up my habits to expose myself to new ideas
- I will learn to counter my procrastination
- No I don't need to see that movie for the third time
- Yes I can watch the ball game IF I get my paperwork done first.
- I will do one new thing every day
- I will seek out the company of positive and successful people
Have you started Your Success Journey Yet?
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Who invented CANI
Anthony Robbins is credited with developing the concept of Constant and Never-ending Improvement. CANI is very similar to the Japanese concept of Kaizen, the Japanese use Kaizen to make gradual improvements to their industrial processes so that their products remain superior to those of their competitors.
No-one knows in advance if any particular change will be significant or whether it will rather be a group effect that becomes important. The vital thing is that there be a culture of improvement, a culture of accepting suggestions from all levels of the labor force and not just the design team, this is in itself very motivating for employees and helps improve quality. You have probably seen Suggestion Boxes in companies sometimes with rewards for the best suggestions.