Constant And Never-ending Improvement In Quality - CANIIQ

Published by Paul Bilek — 10-7-2017 at 2:17 PM UTC


Constant And Never-ending Improvement In Quality - CANIIQ

 

Quality Always Costs Less -

Contrary to common practice of 'Improving Production and reducing Costs", "Quality Always Costs Less" wins the argument 'Hands-Down'. Thanks to Deming (1950) to introducing this to Japan, and to Ford's (1983) Taurus and countless references in all walks of life - here are some of the excerpts from various authors and stories.

  

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Gradual improvement and simple improvements

 

Kaizen is a daily process and people who use this word are constantly looking at how to improve in several areas based on the principle of gradual improvement and simple improvements:

 

Tiny refinements made daily begin to create compounded enhancements over the long term.

 

What do you think: Is it possible for you to increase the quality of your riding by a mere 1 percent?

  

"Small improvements are believable and therefore achievable!"

 

This way you can reach a level most riders would never dream of!

 

It's like the beautiful Grand Canyon, which is caused by millions of years of gradual change as the Colorado River have continually chiseled the rock to create one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.

 

The Japanese have also another saying:

 

"If a man has not been seen for three days, his friends should take a god look at him and see what changes have befallen him".

 

 

 

From <http://straightnesstraining.com/the-rider/mental-development/kaizen-constant-and-never-ending-improvement/

 

 

 

 

 

Constant and never ending improvement is a major priority in my life.  To always keep learning. Long ago I made a commitment to lifelong learning, and I make sure that I spend at least 60 minutes a day devoted to this task. I believe that this is a vital way to allow anyone to transform their life from average to extraordinary.

 

Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. ~Henry Ford

 

No one is ever the finished product. We are all growing and changing. Our likes and dislikes, our goals and aspirations, our perspectives on things, even our values change over time. We don’t stand still, we are always progressing, and we certainly have the capability of growing and growing. Everyone should be excited about their potential for constant and never ending improvement.

 

 

 

From <https://www.healthylifestylesliving.com/liberate-the-mind/constant-never-ending-improvement/

 

 

 

Jack Canfield, co-author of the "Chicken Soup for The Soul" series , wrote "The Success Principles: How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be" as a roadmap

 

for anyone—from marketing professionals to small-business owners, from teachers to students to parents—striving to achieve their professional and personal dreams or goals.

 

The Success Principles are more than a collection of good ideas. They are timeless principles used by successful men and women throughout history. I have studied these success principles for more than 30 years and have applied them to my own life. The phenomenal success that 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.

 

 

 

From <http://www.success.com/article/commit-to-constant-and-never-ending-improvement

 

 

 

 

 

1) Success- Through a consistent increase in the quality of your life.

 

Pat Riley talks about having an “excellent game” and “game excellence,” which is consistent.  It is the difference between once and a while achieving excellence in a particular game, versus being excellent each and every game like Michael Jordan.

 

Are you constantly increasing the quality of your life and business?  This requires small incremental changes and improvements on a daily basis, which accumulate to create momentum in your life.

 

2) Balance – Are you balancing your growth in all areas with the constant distractions and challenges of life?

 

Are you growing mentally, spiritually, emotionally, physically and financially in your personal and professional relationships?  You are either climbing or sliding – growing or dying. There is no in between.

 

 

What is most important to you? 

 

Is it increasing the quality of your life in every area? 

 

Discover what is out of balance in your life and take the appropriate action to create change and improvement.

 

Read more at http://www.beliefnet.com/columnists/haveamagnificentday/2012/11/constant-and-never-ending-improvement-cani-2.html#h1zeIs0FGA2eLBvC.99

 

 

 

From <http://www.beliefnet.com/columnists/haveamagnificentday/2012/11/constant-and-never-ending-improvement-cani-2.html

 

 

 

I am fortunate to surround myself with inspiring people and information for my highest growth.  The following information continues to inspire and empower me.  I first came across this in a personal growth seminar with Tony Robbins back in 1984. 

 

 

 

CONSTANT AND NEVER-ENDING IMPROVEMENT

 

1) Success is through a consistent increase in the quality of your life.

 

Pat Riley talks about having an “excellent game” and “game excellence,” which is consistent.  It is the difference between once and a while achieving excellence in a particular game, versus being excellent each and every game like a Michael Jordan.

 

Are you constantly increasing the quality of your life and business?  This requires small incremental changes and improvements on a daily basis, which accumulate to create momentum in your life.

 

 

 

2) Balance Are you balancing your growth in all areas with the constant distractions and challenges of life?

 

Are you growing mentally, spiritually, emotionally, physically and financially in your personal and professional relationships?  You are either growing or dying. You are either going forward or standing still or going backwards. There is no in between.  What is most important to you?  Is it increasing the quality of life in every area?  You must discover what area is out of balance in your life and take the appropriate action to create change and improvement.  You must acknowledge the truth.

 

 

 

3) Decisions control all of our actions. Decisions are the Father of Action.

 

      Decision = Standards & Beliefs        

 

      Our values and core beliefs determine all of our decisions.

 

If you want to improve any aspect of your life, you must be totally committed and take consistent action. You must increase your personal standards and beliefs to improve the quality of your life.

 

      CANI stands for Constant and Never-Ending Improvement.

 

 Choose to commit to Constant and Never-ending Improvement.  Your life becomes better by gradual improvement in each area of your life.  Expand what you are and how you live. Growth comes from improvement, which improves quality of life.  What would happen if every day you would improve one thing in each area of your life and business in a small way?

 

Little things don’t mean a lot, they mean everything!

 

 

 

The more you improve, the better you feel and the more you can help people!

 

  

 

4) Profound Knowledge is a term conceived by Dr. Edwards Deming, who is recognized in Japan as the Father of the Japanese Economic Miracle after World War II.

 

Profound Knowledge is information, strategies or distinctions that are simple and universally applicable. The minute you understand them you can use them to improve the quality of your life.  These are similar to accelerated learning techniques.

 

People’s Rules and Beliefs Determine the Quality of their Lives.

 

 

 

5) How You Can Change Your Life Long Term.

 

     Change 

 

     a) Standards & Belief Systems

 

     b) Beliefs

 

     c) Strategies for conducting your life.

 

 

When you commit to CANI, you will consistently grow and expand in all areas of your life, spiritually, mentally, emotionally, physically and financially.  You will feel and enjoy a deep sense of well being, happiness, joy and satisfaction.  Because such growth only comes from a commitment to Constant and Never-ending Improvement.

 

Long Term Change requires practicing a new pattern for at least 21 days. Then this new pattern becomes a habit.  The little things that you do each day in all areas of your life may start out as small and consistent improvements, and then they create massive change.

 

The Quality of My Life Is Directly Related to the Quality o­f My Communication, 

 

with Myself first and with Others.

 

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The Mega Coach

 

Read more at http://www.beliefnet.com/columnists/haveamagnificentday/2010/10/cani-constant-never-ending-improvement.html#fyEa4Slt5I8rWlXJ.99

 

 

 

From <http://www.beliefnet.com/columnists/haveamagnificentday/2010/10/cani-constant-never-ending-improvement.html

 

 

 

 

"CANI" stands for Constant And Never-ending Improvement. It's an acronym that Tony developed more than a decade ago and he was influenced by Dr. W. Edwards Deming. Dr. Deming is credited as one of the leaders who brought one of the first quality movements to the Japanese. His basic premise was that the secret to help the Japanese achieve world power and economic success was if every single person and organization commit to constant improvement.

 

The Japanese have a single word for "constant and never-ending improvement" and it's called "Kaizen." Kaizen is from the Japanese words Kai and Zen where "kai" means change and "zen" means good. Yes folks, change is good.

 

According to Robbins from his Lessons in Mastery series, he didn't want to embrace the word "Kaizen" because it was a Japanese word and after-all, Dr. Deming was an "American..." therefore it was only proper to create an American word that meant the same as Kaizen. Transformational vocabulary is an important component to the tenets that Robbins teaches, so you can probably understand why Tony wanted to create a brand or a name for the association.

 

It is very easy to get caught up in your goals and desired end-outcomes...to the point of becoming overwhelmed. CANI offers a solution and a point of reference to focus your attention on. If all you did was improve one tiny aspect of your life every single day, you would achieve mastery in uncommon time.

 

Benefits of CANI include:

 


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    • Creates a personal and      business momentum that will be hard for your competitors to catch up      with.
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    • Personal satisfaction      and fulfillment because it will cause you to grow personally.
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    • Leads to innovation.      Innovation creates leverage.
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    Tony Robbins once said, "We only learn our limits by going beyond them." CANI! is a principle designed to encourage you to make small incremental improvements daily...and in doing so, you will be forced to find a way to go beyond your current set of self-imposed limitations.

     

    Which areas of your life do you want to apply the principles of CANI! Today?

     

    o Prosperity & Financial

     

    o Family Relationships

     

    o Friendship Building

     

    o Health & Fitness

     

    o Spirituality

     

    o Recreation & Pleasure/Joy

     

    o Education & Career Advancement

     

    o Public Service/Volunteering

     

    If you define your success as a "journey" rather than an end-destination, you can take comfort in the fact that personal growth and satisfaction can come from constant and never-ending improvement (CANI!).

     

    Need inspiration? Surf on over to: http://InspiresYOU.com/

     

    Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/expert/Chris_Knight/77492

     

     

     

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    From <http://ezinearticles.com/?Tony-Robbins-CANI!-System-Explained&id=5380


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SUCCESS IS A JOURNEY NOT A DESTINATION. THE MOMENT IS THE REVELATION OF 10,000 HOURS OF JOURNEY PUT INTO A MOMENT OF TRUTH AND EXPERIENCE, KNOWING THE SOURCE - THE INFINITE CREATOR, APPLYING THE KNOWLEDGE INTO WISDOM THAT PASSES ALL UNDERSTANDING.