Proving vs Improving a Short Secret to Success

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Proving vs Improving
Proving vs Improving

Life is about growing and improving and getting better.

The key to happiness always depends on your progress towards growth and constantly working on yourself.

95% of people in the world are actually busy in proving while only 5% of people in the world are actually busy improving themselves.

The great motivational speaker called Socrates has been proved that life is all about learning until the last breath.

Proving vs Improving

Proving is the result score while improving is the effort score. What do they mean? Proving means a demonstration of your knowledge and showing that you live up to everything that you need. Improving is a continuous process of learning and growth.

Success is one thing is not final. We people have to be a success in everything that we try. Proving never helps to get that but improving will.

It is a sure way to almost zero-defect life when you focus on ritualistic continuous improvement.

Kaizen is the key to Japan’s competitive success…Not only Japan but all over the world. Japan introduced the kaizen method.

Kai+zen. Kai = change and zen = good. And that is “Change for good”

America was busy gaining royalty and Japan was busy gaining loyalty. The most notable feature of kaizen is that big results come from many small changes accumulated over a period of time. People are rewarded in public for what they are practicing in private.

There should not be any ‘gap between your knowledge and implementation.’ Its not important how much knowledge you have, but how much you implement is also matters.

How fast are you in creating your success rituals?

A man who is practicing ritualistic continuous improvement in his life gets the sure way to “Almost Zero Defect Life”.

Some people have IKB syndrome, which means I Know Better.

The day you think that you know it all that day is called the death of your Growth.

To sum up, Life should be constantly under construction because there is always something to improve.

When we strive for becoming better than we are, everything around us becomes better too.

So, guys, understand about Proving vs Improving, believe in working on yourself for being better day by day.

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