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Attempts to continually improve in all walks of life

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Kaizen : The Continuous Improvement

I have always been obsessed with trying to achieve excellence. But for longest time, I didn’t know what it meant. Few years ago, while studying for Post-graduate Diploma in Management, I came across the term Kaizen. Then it dawned to me that me, that I realized that one never reaches excellence, but one keeps getting better. Continuous Improvement is the key to excellence . . Hence the blog’s title.

.. in all walks of life

I have been reading various Self-Development books for a few years now. One of the first book (suggested by my mentor) was The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.  Covey convinced me that one is not truly happy, unless one excels in all the roles one has to play.

Initially I had several technical posts on this blog. While they depict part of me as technical person, I feared that I am focusing less on other aspects. (Most of them were also my to posts for longest time) So I have created a separate blog focusing on Open Source, Reviews and Tutorials. I will not move the existing posts to my new blogs, going forward all the technical posts will be on my other blog.

I recently updated this entry to talk about myself. Earlier it talked about my professional background, which I do not think does justice to this blog. You can look at my LinkedIn profile below, to know more about me, professionally.


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Written by Mandar Vaze

September 5, 2007 at 7:01 am

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