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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Be Improvement-Conscious

Every one of us has the potential of greatness, waiting to be developed.

"Perhaps the most valuable result of all education is the ability to make yourself do the thing you have to do, when it ought to be done, whether you like it or not." - Walter Bagehot

Don't be yourself. Improve yourself.

No one ever finds time for self-improvement. Serious ones make time. They decide on priorities. Without priorities of time, no one reaches his potential.

People seldom improve unless they have models greater than themselves. Adopt a few.

Every morning say: "I will improve something today." Every successful man is improvement-conscious.

Diagram by cote taken from this source

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6 comments:

anits said...

Something very good and can motivate me. Thank you for the useful info.

Lady Skye Fyre said...

What an absolutely terrific blog.

new illuminati said...

Just a thought - these slogans seem very apt and interesting, but the process is a BORING way to achieve self-knowledge.
Drop the 'process-driven enlightenment' and corporate talk and BE A COMMUNICATOR!

Sam Chan said...

Hi anits,

You are welcome. It is great to know that this post can motivates or give you some insight.

Sam Chan said...

Hi Lady Skye Fyre,

Thank you for your encouraging comment.

Sam Chan said...

Hi new illuminati,

Indeed, the diagram is using business terms which are quite boring.

In Six Sigma Methodology, Process Improvement is very important. The idea of Six Sigma is to improve a process without having to be tied to any person. Thus, a company can improves their business processes even when a different person is handling it as long as a new improved process model is employed.

I believe Self-Improvement process is very similar to Business Improvement Process.

Thank you for your valuable views. Best wishes.