CONSTANT AND NEVER-ENDING IMPROVEMENT (CANI)
One of the things that really helped me with success is something I learned from one of my mentors Tony Robbins.
It’s called CANI!
“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.
Benefits of CANI include:
Creates a personal and business momentum that will be hard for your competitors to catch up with.
Personal satisfaction and fulfillment will cause you to grow personally, which leads to innovation and innovation creates leverage.
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?
- Prosperity & Financial
- Family Relationships
- Friendship Building
- Health & Fitness
- ecreation & Pleasure
- Career Advancement
- Public Service
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).
Drop a comment below and let me know if you have heard of CANI.
If you have, how do you apply CANI in your life today?
If not, let me know if CANI is something you might practice?
Have a Blessed Day 🙂