“Be Yourself Only Better”

Have a look at this blog on personal branding for a wonderful piece on developing a personal philosophy of continuous improvement.

You let things pass through inertia. And yet you (and when I say ‘you’, I also mean ‘I’!) can get stuck in self reproach and guilt. To make changes really stick, it takes effort. Not a surprise, I know, though something to remind myself of. It can be easy to let self reproach and guilt become so familiar and automatic, you can become a stranger to your best self.

I also love to read about the Japanese concept of “kaisen” – continuous improvement……..

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2 Responses to “Be Yourself Only Better”

  1. Walter Akana says:

    Thanks for referencing my post! I love the concept of “kaisen” as well! I think that putting this into a self-development commitment can lead to a rich and rewarding life!

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