An excerpt from the book “The Monk who sold his Ferrari” by Robin S. Sharma
“Yogi Raman told me that many centuries ago in the ancient East, the great teachers developed and refined a philosophy called kaizen. This Japanese word means constant and never-ending improvement; it is the personal trademark of every man and woman who is living a soaring, fully awakened existence.”
“As I mentioned earlier, John, success on the outside begins with success on the inside. If you really want to improve your outer world, whether this means your health, your relationships or your finances, you must first improve your inner world. The most effective way to do this is through the practice of continuous self-improvement. Self-mastery is the DNA of life mastery.”
This is an amazing story that I cannot recommend with any higher regard for ANYONE & EVERYONE to read, and if you are not a big reader, I recommend the Audio book which I can say is just as good if not better than the book. I will give my personal testimonial and tell you I have enjoyed both versions many times over!