One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way

January 12, 2018 - Comment

The essential guide to kaizen—the art of making great and lasting change through small, steady steps—is now in paperback. Written by Dr. Robert Maurer, a psychologist on the staff of both the University of Washington School of Medicine and Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center, and an expert on kaizen who speaks and consults nationally, One

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The essential guide to kaizen—the art of making great and lasting change through small, steady steps—is now in paperback.

Written by Dr. Robert Maurer, a psychologist on the staff of both the University of Washington School of Medicine and Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center, and an expert on kaizen who speaks and consults nationally, One Small Step Can Change Your Life is the gentle but potent way to effect change. It is for anyone who wants to lose weight. Or quit smoking. Or write a novel, start an exercise program, get out of debt, or conquer shyness and meet new people.

Beginning by outlining the all-important role that fear plays in every type of change—and kaizen’s ability to neutralize it by circumventing the brain’s built-in resistance to new behavior—Dr. Maurer then explains the 7 Small Steps: how to Think Small Thoughts, Take Small Actions, Solve Small Problems, and more. He shows how to perform mind sculpture—visualizing virtual change so that real change comes more naturally. Why small rewards lead to big returns by internalizing motivation. How great discoveries are made by paying attention to the little details most of us overlook. Rooted in the two-thousand-year-old wisdom of the Tao Te Ching—“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”—here is the way to change your life without fear, without failure, and to begin a new, easy regimen of continuous improvement.

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Cecilia P says:

Like many of my friends Like many of my friends, family, and colleagues, I’m often frustrated by my own inability to make changes I honestly want to initiate and see through. In the past few years, I’ve confronted retirement, moving to a new town, altering my daily life to assist a daughter in the care of her newborn twins–all while also trying to focus on starting an online business and creating new social ties. The term “overwhelming” doesn’t seem like a strong enough designation sometimes. I can so…

Mercury Man says:

Small techniques to help crate small changes in your life Let’s face it, some of the best ways to live, eat, sleep, work, all come from the Japanese. Western culture has gone so far off the tracks, it’s not funny anymore. In this book, you’ll learn about a philosophy that is instilled at the heart of their culture. And hopefully after reading, it will be instilled in your heart too.

Amazon Customer says:

Great food for thought! A must-read to get your mind past the fear of trying to accomplish too big a goal. Baby steps, then a few more!

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