are more than a collection of good ideas. They are principles used by successful people throughout history. I have studied these success principles for more than 30 years and have applied them to my own life.
The success I now enjoy is the result of applying these principles day in and day out since I began to learn them in 1968. Today I’d like to share with you one of them in particular—one that will help you along your own personal road to success: making a commitment to constant and never-ending improvement.In Japan, the word for constant and never-ending improvement is kaizen.
Not only is this an operating philosophy for modern Japanese businesses, it is also the age-old philosophy of warriors, too—and it’s becoming the personal mantra.Read more on success.com