Learn Kaizen to Fight Your Laziness, One Minute Japanese Trick That Will Change Your Life

By Jacques Strauss, | June 24, 2017

An employee sleeps during his work (YouTube)

An employee sleeps during his work (YouTube)

Laziness is something that most of us are trying to overcome. However, with Kaizen method being employed, such struggle might easily be obliterated.

Kaizen is a Japanese technique that is believed and claimed by many as one of the best solutions against laziness. This one-minute method will help a lazy person change his or her way of doing things.

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As commonly understood by many, Kaizen is the practice of continuous development, which was introduced by author Masaaki Imai into the Western world.

Under the rule of Kaizen, a person would have to break huge undertakings into smaller tasks. For example, learning a foreign language a minute each day would be more motivating than to sit and learn such thing over a long period of time.

By means of repetition, one will simply develop a habit of doing something, instead of slacking around. By simply allocating a minute of your time for a particular task, you will train yourself to be more involved and later on wholehearted performing a specific task even for a longer period of time.

However, there are other things to be added in such method against laziness. Although Kaizen has been proven to be effective in almost every aspect of life concerning laziness, you may also want to incorporate some of these ideas.

It is highly suggested that one should not simply focus on the problem all the time. Moving away from the problem at some point in time will allow an individual to have a breather and think things over. In some cases, a new inspiration might be discovered that could potentially increase the success of a certain undertaking.

Aside from momentarily neglecting the concern, you should also focus on yourself. Kaizen should be used on yourself first, before you may try to suggest or demand it from others. Although, you may still teach the principle to others, demanding it from them should not be your primary concern, focus on yourself first. 

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