All too often we are looking for a magic bullet or life hack to transform our lives instead of just looking at each new day as the potential to make incremental and small changes that add up to huge transformations on our health and well-being. The search for life hacks or a magic bullet becomes the process instead of the change itself. Watch Dr. Chad Larson give a few inspirational tips reminding us all that all journeys begin with small steps. DR. CHAD LARSON

Kaizen is a theory that can overhaul your life and make your goals much more attainable as well as sustainable.. A community effort, small changes made together can create astronomical transformation!

In Episode 24, Dr. Larson discusses:

  • Many people want to make a commitment to change their lifestyle and their lifestyle habits but are so overwhelmed by the gravity of what that entails that they often get lost
  • The key to creating palpable and sustainable changes in your life is to make incremental change
  • Don’t underestimate the power of small changes that add up to big time successes
  • Kaizen is a progressive movement borne from the rebuilding of Japan after WWII; it is an idea built on making continuous improvement through small changes to reach your overall goal
  • Kaizen is a theory that also is based on asking for help when you need it and recognizing when someone else is struggling and needs your help
  • A community effort, small changes made together can create astronomical transformation
  • Kaizen is a theory that can overhaul your life and make your goals much more attainable as well as sustainable
  • It is the microscopic 1% changes that you make that lead to huge improvements that aren’t sacrificing and are much more long lasting
  • Instead of looking at a goal and continually trying to figure out the quickest and least punishing way to get there, make small change daily that will get you where you want to be
  • Instead of giving up soda, try reducing your soda by one can per week, in doing so, you are creating a healthy change every day and making small alterations to your behavior that will get you to your goal instead of trying to quit altogether and quitting because it is too much
  • Instead of trying to walk 45 minutes a day, start with walking three. Once you have done three, the next day, go four, and so on. Before you know it, you will reach your goal without sacrifice or being overwhelmed
  • If you make multiple incremental changes at the same time, you will quickly see a huge change of substantial importance without much effort or hardship. Also, those changes will be more sustainable and lifelong than if you try to change habits and overhaul your life in one day
  • All too often we are looking for a magic bullet or life hack to transform our lives instead of just looking at each new day as the potential to make incremental and small changes that add up to huge transformations on our health and well-being
  • The search for life hacks or a magic bullet becomes the process instead of the change itself
  • Try today and if you fail, don’t beat yourself up, recognize that every tomorrow is a new day to try again
  • Forgive yourself for failures and try, try, again
  • If you make the goal to make 1% changes on a daily basis, the improvements to your health and your life can be enormous
  • Small changes made every day can transform your life to make it what you want to be

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