It can be difficult to achieve a goal if you tend to focus on the end result itself rather than the system or habits that will help you achieve it, writes Mayo Oshin. It's easy to feel demoralized and give up when you've set a specific goal and you're making slow progress towards reaching it. Using kaizen—the Japanese philosophy and practice of continuous improvement—you focus on progression rather than the goal itself to stay motivated. Here, Oshin shares some tip tips for systematically achieving small, incremental changes over time and achieving your goals as a by-product.
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