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CANI

CANI
David Madison
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CANI

Constant and Never Ending improvement

You've heard People say the phrase "I can't". You've probably said it yourself at one time or another.

Then, you've likewise heard some say. "Yes you can" or "don't say you can't, say I can and give it a try." Or "Can't never could".

Today, I want to talk about the word CANI. It stands for "Constant and Never Ending Improvement"

It is a term coined be The inspirational speaker Tony Robbins. When he was inspired by a man Dr Demming who was bringing a practice of quality movement to the Japanese.

It is based on premise that it is very easy to get caught up in your goals and desired end-outcomes...to the point of becoming overwhelmed. CANI offers a solution and a point of reference to focus your attention on. If all you did was improve one tiny aspect of your life every single day, you would achieve mastery in uncommon time.

Have you ever gotten good at something and then you stopped working on it?

When you tried again months later were you as good?

Have you seen others who are amazing at something and you ask how did he or she get so good?

It is likely because that they have been working at it for a while.  Working to constantly improve and getting a little better each day.

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