Continual Improvement and The Happiness Project.

Gretchen Rubin writes on her blog, “I was thinking of Lytton Strachey’s observation, “Perhaps the best test of a man’s intelligence is his capacity for making a summary.” So I decided to try to summarize each chapter of Better Than Before in a single sentence.  The entire gist of the book, in 21 sentences.”

Wow, this list is a powerhouse! You can apply this to your life AND to your business. For example: “Monitoring: You manage what you monitor, so find a way to monitor whatever matters.” Does this sound like something you have learned about sales, or textile usage, time of production or work efficiency?

It is a fine day when you can work toward your self-improvement. Use it or lose it.

While on a recent trip to New York City, we chose Gretchen Rubin’s The Happiness Project as our reading companion.  You do not need us to tell you why this book is a #1 Best Seller. We recommend it highly.

And as fate would have it, today (March 29, 2019) Gretchen is posting 10 Things I’ve learned in 10 years of blogging.

Gretchen Rubin can help you help yourself!


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