Adopting Continuous Improvement

Become the Business Person You Were Meant to Be – Part 10: Adopting Continuous Improvement

With all the support mechanisms we’ve reviewed over the past few months in place, you are well on your way to realizing your goals and achieving your personal vision, in line with your most dear values. So what remains to define your journey to a more fulfilling life? Simply making the changes needed to integrate this process into your life on an ongoing basis.

Incorporating Change

As your life changes and you achieve key elements of your vision, you may find that your vision begins to expand or change in ways that cause you to incorporate new goals.  As you gain skills and overcome obstacles to your success, you may find entirely new skills suddenly become relevant and perhaps even critical to achieving your goals.

How can you incorporate this change without losing your momentum? Good manufacturing processes include an element of continuous improvement, or Kaizen. You can apply this same concept to your vision and your process of achieving it. Just like running a business or organization of any kind, you want to plan on regular reviews. It’s an opportunity to review what is going well and what you might want to change.

Personal Practices 

What personal practices do you currently have in place? How could you integrate some review of your personal goals and progress into those practices? If you journal daily, how would you include some review of your plans, for instance? If you review your finances quarterly, consider adding a review of other aspects of your business or life at that time. As a result, you could add to your ability to plan for the future. Are there other mindfulness, planning or visioning practices that would lend themselves well to reviewing your vision and goals? Recommitting to them or making appropriate changes can keep you inspired and motivated. Adopting this type of continuous improvement can be invaluable to staying on track and achieving your goals. 

Do your vision, goals, strategies, and plans originate in your personal skills, talents, preferences, and values? If so, you will find yourself living a life of greater satisfaction, purpose, and energy. Consequently, this higher level of energy will allow you to achieve so much more than you thought possible in your chosen field. You will have abundant energy to share with others and inspire them to find their own source of energy, inspiration, and fulfillment. 

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