The Japanese principle of “1 minute” (Kaizen) suits all people

2020-05-25 12.32.26
The Japanese principle of “1 minute” (Kaizen) suits all people
All people sooner or later find themselves in a situation where they really want to finish a project, a job or start doing physical exercises and the like, but every time they stop us from being lazy. The Japanese developed the Kaizen or One Minute Principle method. It is about a person doing a specific job for exactly one minute. Every day at the same time and so from day to day. Practice yoga, do sit-ups, read a book but every day for exactly one minute always at the same time of day.
When time is limited to just one minute, tasks (obligations) do not seem unfeasible or difficult to do. They certainly bring joy and satisfaction. This principle suits all people. It can be applied in many spheres of life. By taking small steps, perfection is achieved. Excellent results are achieved.

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