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November 17, 2010


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Lisa Lucke

Thank you for this article. I stumbled upon it while searching for images associated with Kaizen, for an article I was writing for an online magazine that I contribute to.

I originally ran across Kaizen when it was referenced in an article I was editing as managing editor of an electronics industry trade magazine. I was instantly intrigued that there was a name for the "thing I always do in life," which seems to make some family members crazy at times! Since then, I've become quite interested in the many applications that Kaizen offers to so many different facets of one's life. As a writer, I've bookmarked this article!

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