Kaizen: The Japanese Secret to Lasting Change―Small Steps to Big Goals (Hardcover)

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Reach your goals with Kaizen—the Japanese art of gentle self-improvement

From Hygge to Ikigai, positive philosophies have taken the world by storm. Now, Kaizen—meaning “good change”—will help you transform your habits, without being too hard on yourself along the way. With Kaizen, even the boldest intention becomes a series of small, achievable steps. Each person’s approach will be different, which is why it’s so effective.

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The magic of kaizen—the Japanese method of taking small steps to accomplish huge goals—is now here for everyone in this gorgeously photographed and illustrated guide

Reach your goals with Kaizen—the Japanese art of gentle self-improvement

From Hygge to Ikigai, positive philosophies have taken the world by storm. Now, Kaizen—meaning “good change”—will help you transform your habits, without being too hard on yourself along the way. With Kaizen, even the boldest intention becomes a series of small, achievable steps. Each person’s approach will be different, which is why it’s so effective.

First popularized by Toyota, Kaizen is already proven in the worlds of business and sports. Here, Sarah Harvey shows how to apply it to your health, relationships, money, career, hobbies, and home—and how to tailor it to your personality. Kaizen is the key to lasting change!

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ISBN 9781615196579
Length (cm) 14.0000
Width (cm) 3.0000
Height (cm) 18.0000
Publisher The Experiment
Publication Date Jan 7, 2020
Pages (number) 272
Genre Self-Help, Personal Growth, and Transformation
Author Sarah Harvey
Signed No
Format Hardcover
Editorial Reviews

“Self-help enthusiasts interested in Japanese philosophies will find Harvey’s practical advice constructive, positive, and suitable for many of life’s situations.”  Publishers Weekly


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