A Little Better Everyday - The Kaizen Way

Challenge for January 9th: Apply the SAVERS morning routine

You've heard about a million morning routines which ask you to meditate, exercise, visualize, read, write and whatnot. All these have tremendous benefits, however making the time for them is not the easiest job.

What if you could complete useful morning activities in 6 minutes? Sounds fantastic, doesn't it?

Hal Elrod came up with the 6 minute morning routine in this book called The Miracle Morning. In 6 minutes you will complete all the below activities by allocating one minute for each

  • Silence or meditation
  • Affirmation or reading your goals loud
  • Visualization
  • Exercise
  • Reading
  • Scribing or journaling

Read the article below for more details on each activity. If it is way past your morning time today, try the SAVERS routine tomorrow.



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The Story of Adam

Meet Adam.

Adam has a full-time job as a manager of Quality Analysis. His long term goal is to run a successful continental restaurant.

Adam knows that his job is killing himself every day, yet he decides to hang on and put up with disappointment he is dealing with on a daily basis and his manager whom he hates from the bottom of his heart.


He enjoys cooking and does not miss cooking some amazing food for his friends and family every weekend. When time permits he even takes orders to cook for small house parties of a size less than 10. He has always wanted to run a successful restaurant.

Adam meets Ben, who is a fellow entrepreneur in the restaurant business. Ben has the experience of building a chain of successful restaurants. Adam seeks Ben's advise on his venture and Ben is happy to provide him with a lot of valuable inputs. 

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