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By Robert Maurer | Comments: ( 206 ) | Date: ( May 27, 2020 )

Introducing the practical and inspirational guide to incorporating Kaizen and its powerful principles into one s daily life Rooted in the two thousand year old wisdom of the Tao Te Ching The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step Kaizen is the art of making great and lasting change through small, steady increments Kaizen is the tortoise versus the hareIntroducing the practical and inspirational guide to incorporating Kaizen and its powerful principles into one s daily life Rooted in the two thousand year old wisdom of the Tao Te Ching The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step Kaizen is the art of making great and lasting change through small, steady increments Kaizen is the tortoise versus the hare Kaizen is the eleven Fortune 500 companies that significantly outperformed the market through moderate, step by step actions Kaizen is losing weight not by a crash diet which often than not crashes but by eating one bite less at each meal then, a month later, eating two bites less Kaizen is starting a life changing exercise program by standing just standing on a treadmill for one minute a day Written by an expert on Kaizen Dr Robert Maurer, a psychologist on the staff at the UCLA medical school who speaks and consults nationally One Small Step is the gentle but potent way to effect change Beginning by outlining the all important role that fear plays in all types of change and Kaizen s ability to circumvent it Dr Maurer then explains the 7 Small Steps how to Think Small Thoughts, Take Small Actions, Solve Small Problems, and He shows how to perform mind sculpture visualizing virtual change so that real change comes naturally Why small rewards motivate better than big rewards How great discoveries are made by paying attention to the little details most of us overlook Hundreds of examples of Kaizen at work grace the book, as well as quotes from W Edwards Deming who brought Kaizen to Japanese industry , Peter Drucker, coach John Wooden, and others.

  • Title: One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way
  • Author: Robert Maurer
  • ISBN: 9780761129233
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Hardcover

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  • Kerfe

    Last fall Megan McArdle wrote a piece for The Daily Beast titled "What's Wrong with Self-Help Books?" We all read them, and why not? As she says: "I have not noticed that the people who surround me at conferences and social gatherings are so perfect as to require no futher improvement." Yet for most people there is some shame involved in admitting they get useful advice from these kinds of books.But it can. And it did.I think I read about Maurer's book in Elle magazine, right when it was publish [...]

  • Wafaa Golden

    يتحدّث الكتاب عن مبدأ الكايزنومعناه باختصار اتّخاذ خطوات بسيطة للوصول لإنجازات عظيمةالكتاب قيّم الفكرة ومليء بالأمثلة الواقعيّة المحفّزةوجدتُ نفسي أطبّق قانون الكايزن في حياتي ومشاريعي قبل أن أسمع بالكايزن أو أقرأ هذا الكتابوالسّبب أن مرجعيتي الأولى هي كلمات حبيبنا رسو [...]

  • 7jane

    Rating: somewhere between 3.5 and 4, but leaning towards the latter.This book introduces us to the Kaizen way of changing your life through small steps: small questions, small thoughts, small actions, solving small problems and giving small rewards. This works if it's about you as much it's about a group of people in a business. By doing so small steps it's almost ridiculous, we override the brain's natural resistance and fear of changes. It's true that there has been recommendations of breaking [...]

  • Ahmed Almawali

    كان أول ما سمعت هذه الكلمة (الكايزن) من الراحل الفقي بأسلوبه المحفّز المثير، ظننت أصلُها وأسّها ياباني، إلا أن الكاتب روبرت موريور يبدأ كتابه بالقول بأنها أمريكية الأصل انتقلت بعدها إلى اليابان بعد الحرب العالمية الثانية؛ لتصبح عقيدة يؤمن بها اليابانيوناصنع أسئلة صغيرة، ا [...]

  • Laura

    What a terrific book! Do you remember the film "What About Bob" with Bill Murray? This book, written by an expert in motivation with a background in therapy, teaches the concept of kaizen, or continuous improvement. Don't be overwhelmed by a big challenge. Attack it in teeny steps. Each day, walk forward, just one small step. And watch the big become small. From the back flap: As one client succinctly put it, 'the steps are so small, I couldn't fail'. And as far as being too busy to solve a prob [...]

  • Brandon Tom

    In "One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way," Robert Maurer, Ph.D makes the case that, because people are resistant to dramatic changes, trying to improve your life through drastic measures (such as giving up smoking cold-turkey or going on a crash diet) usually leads to failure (although the author admits this is not always the case). Instead he recommends that we take small, almost insignificant steps towards our goals. In doing so, we lessen our resistance to change and therefore [...]

  • Husain BuSafwan

    ذكّرني صديقي - عندما أخبرني عن الكتاب - بحديث وارد عن أمير المؤمنين علي بن أبي طالب (ع) وعن الإمام جعفر الصادق (ع)، مفاد أحد مقاطعه "من استوى يوماه فهو مغبون "؛ وهي لعمري مقولة عظيمة، تمثّل فلسفة حياة بأجمعها، فهي تختصر جزئية الكتاب التي تتحدث عن التحسين المستمر، وإن كان صغيرًا ض [...]

  • Foad Ansari

    کایزن یک روش عالی برای انجام کارهای بزرگ استاگر هدف بزرگی دارید هر روز از خود پبرسید چه کار کوچکی میتوانم بکنم که یک قدم به هدفم نزدیک شوم

  • مناجاة فراشة ❤️كنزة بلفاسم

    الكايزن=التحسين المستمرشروطهالارادة والصبر+التدرج+الاستمراريةايجابيات الكتاب"ذكرني بحديث النبي ﷺ:"إن أحب الأعمال إلى الله أدومها وإن قل.-التدرج في تغيير بعض العادات التي مللت من الفوضى الحاصلة في عقلي بسببها-البحث أكثر عن "الكايزن" في اليوتيوب ملخص الكتاب في 4 دقائق ^_^youtube/wa [...]

  • محمد حمزة

    كتاب الكايزن قرأت مراجعات وافية عنه، واستفدتُ منها فاستغنيت عن قراءة الكتاب.شكرا لمراجعة الأخت وفاء غولدنشكرا لمراجعة الأخ إبراهيم المواليشكرا لمراجعة الأخت مناجاة فراشةجمادى الأولى - 1439

  • Ramy

    تعرفت على كلمة او مفهوم الكايزن من الكتاب السابقاضغط الزر و انطلقو من حلقة ل احمد الشقيرى عن اليابان و كونسيبت الكايزنكتبت ف ريفيو سابق لاحد كتب التنمية البشرية ان ما فى الكتاب يلخصه الرسول الكريم معلمنا الاول منذ 1400 فى احاديثه النبوية للصحابةو اليوم اكرر نفس الكلام."خير الا [...]

  • Ewurama

    3.5 starsGood books inspire, soothe, excite, amaze, motivate, confound, delight, intrigue—or do any number of other good things—maybe not all at once, but without fail they bring something extra to the table. I would argue that every really good book will get you thinking, and some will even get you acting differently. By this measure, One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way is a good book. Kaizen is a Japanese word that refers to "achieving great and lasting success through smal [...]

  • George Rodriguez

    One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way is a nice little book. It clocks in at under 200 pages and has a somewhat interesting premise. Based on the Japanese technique of Kaizen, or continuous improvement through small steps, the author lays out a plan that follows that logic.I would classify this book as a Twitter book because you can sum it up in 140 characters or less. ”Start small and celebrate every improvement you make on the road to success.”And when the author says small, [...]

  • Ravi

    The Kaizen Way to deal with problems is to start with very simple steps that are very easy to accomplish and continuously improve in simple increments. This is especially applicable when the problems to be solved appear so daunting that we try to avoid taking any action at all. The author gives many examples where Kaizen way has helped individuals, organizations and societies solve seemingly difficult problems.The advice offered by the author is very simple and practical. This is applicable in a [...]

  • tomlinton

    Back in the ninetieswhen I was Deming fanKaizen was my favorite wordI read a lot about itI approved of continuous improvementHow in the worlddid I overlook the philosophy of small affordable changesrather than revolution?

  • Karen Chung

    The title is no exaggeration - this book really can change your life, in teeny-tiny baby steps that build up into something big and paradigm-shifting.An easy and enjoyable read that I finished in a few hours. Highly recommended, especially for teachers, but for anybody in pursuit of any kind of improvement in anything or anybody, most especially oneself.Here's a great summary of the book's main points – I now use this in my teaching:youtube/watch?v=VHkOF

  • Anton Shanaurin

    Небольшая книга о методе кайдзен, прочитал с удовольствием и, надеюсь, с пользой. Собственно, она о том, что делать, когда девиз "Надо себя заставлять!" совсем не работает. Девиз не отменяется, но, когда подавить себя не получается - неплохая техника. Буду пробовать, естественн [...]

  • Klaasje

    Ik ben een alles of niks type. Dat is misschien prima als je dan voor alles gaat en daar heel goed in bent, met voldoende energie en weinig stress. Maar dat heb ik dus niet, ik wil zoveel dat ik dicht sla en alles te snel verandert in niks. Daarbij heb ik na 36 jaar toch eindelijk geleerd dat teveel te snel willen (veranderen) zelden gebeurt vanuit een positief gevoel. Meestal is het onvrede waardoor je alles ineens helemaal anders gaat doen, negativiteit dus. En helaas wordt dat vaak aangemoedi [...]

  • Michelle

    I actually really enjoyed this book, although I don't generally read self-help books I didn't have any trouble getting through it. It isn't the best book, certainly. The author likes to pat himself on the back a lot (there is a lot of mention of Christmas cards he receives from past patients and mistakes multi-million dollar corporations have made that could have been avoided if they had only listened to him) which can be kind of irritating, and there were parts that I thought that the writing w [...]

  • John

    When I saw this audio book in the library, I was a little skeptical, as it seemed like a kind of hokey self-improvement book. However, I was really impressed by both the general ideas and the specific actions suggested throughout. Very often, we (particularly we in America or we in a "Western" culture) think of change in grand terms. We make New Year's resolutions that are hugely ambitious in scope--how we will go to the gym every day, while also strictly adhering to a perfect diet, and treating [...]

  • Annie

    Start each day with the question "What small step can I take today to make an improvement in the quality of my life?" It can be as trivial as walking up and down a few steps, flossing a tooth, reading one page of a book, spending five minutes to clean an area of the house, saving a dollar, or going to bed five minutes earlier. It is better to spend two minutes every day on improving something than trying to motivate yourself to spend 30 minutes a week for a bigger goal. These small, trivial step [...]

  • Warren

    This book made me cry. Dr Robert Maurer is a physiologist and consultant. He weaves intimate stories of personal transformation, with case studies in organisational transformation. In doing so he links individuals' personal perspectives and feelings with the choices and actions we may take to benefit ourselves, our families and our organisations. The 'Kaizen' and 'continuous improvement' information is provided in a gentle that supports the narratives of people overcoming their own difficulties [...]

  • Jenny

    Everyone should read this book. It's simple and quick, but very insightful and life changing. I feel so empowered, like I can actually make the millions of changes in my life that I want and need to make. This book teaches Kaizen principles -- the concept that small steps have a much longer lasting effect in our lives than when we try to make big leaps. One small step truly can change our lives. I loved it. I'm not one for self help books, and I would consider this in that category, but it reall [...]

  • Scott Miles

    It seems simple. Take things one step at a time. Some of the ways this philosophy can be implemented are counter-intuitive, however. This book does a pretty good job of showing how the Kaizen way of small, incremental steps toward improvement applies to much more in life than one might imagine. Just get started. Do something, anything, and this will help establish a habit of activity and progress toward a goal.

  • Jasmine

    I'm always reluctant to rate this type of book before giving the process a complete try, but this just sounds like it can't not work. And apparently I've been using a bit of a modified Kaizen method while reorganizing and it's been helpful.Based off a Japanese method which they originally learned from us it entails starting a desired change by making the tiniest most insignificant steps possible.

  • Eugene Kok

    An awesome book, it just shows that one small step per day can really shape some one's life, the author mentioned that humans brain are designed such a way to resist change, that's why even though we know going for exercise and continuously studying or even typing when your hands are tired can be good, but the body and mind would just resist it, but by doing small things that matters and gradually can lead to a big change for everyone.

  • Derek Emerson

    A good, quick ready. Skimming would be fine. The idea is to focus on small goals in life instead of the large one which you give up on. I've heard the same idea in different ways, but this is a clear attempt at formulating a way of life based on the idea. At times the ideas seem like a stretch -- he addresses the idea of radical change just a bit and that really needs to be addressed. Chap. 2 was especially good.

  • Ali alhusainy

    طريقة الكايزن لروبيرت ماورير كيف تحسن حياتك باستخدام الكايزن ؟!! كتاب خفيق ورائع ويمكن استخدامه لتحسين حياتنا بشكل مستمر عن طريق امور صغيرة وبخطوات بسيطة ولكن التغييرات البسيطة ستؤدي الى نتاج كبيرة ومبهرة بعد فترة كل ما عليك هو القيام بالخطوة الاولى والانطلاق بدون خوف او ره [...]

  • Anita

    Pretty good, for a self-help book. Nothing shocking (small changes are easier to implement than large ones!) but it's all laid out in a reasonable manner and I did find it a worth-while read. I like how the author really encourages you to keep your brain working at all times, even if it's only in tiny increments. (The "Ask Small Questions" chapter was one of my favorites.)

  • Andrey Shvets

    Why is this a book and not a two-page booklet?Hey, kids, let me tell you a secret. It is much easier to finish small tasks than big ones whaaaat?! БДЫЩЩЩЩ! MIND BLOWN!!! This practice no philosophy! This philosophy is so awesome that it has its own name. And it works all the time except when it doesn't. And we know it is cool because Japanese use it.

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