Kaizen: The Japanese Method for Transforming Habits by Sarah Harvey, 470 g

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Sarah Harvey was living in Tokyo working as a freelance book scout and publishing consultant when she fell in love with Japanese culture and was introduced to Kaizen. Roughly translating from Japanese into 'good change' or 'improvement', the philosophy of Kaizen isn't about change for change's sake, but about identifying particular goals - both short-term and long-term - and then making small, manageable steps to achieve those goals. This book will show you how to use Kaizen - the psychological teaching around why we find it hard to give up bad habits and stick to new challenges and offers a clear structural framework for going about change.

Hardback, 272 pages. Written by Sarah Harvey.

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