Food For Thought: CANI – Constant and Never-Ending Improvement
💡 Tony Robbins coined the acronym, CANI, a concept originating from the Japanese philosophy of Kaizen, which means “good change.” In short it’s a mindset of growth and self-improvement…
When we start something new, it feels exciting. But then comes a plateau. Instead of rapid progress, it feels like we never get better.
It’s at this point where CANI kicks in, by remembering the following:
✅ If we want to be the master of our world, continuous selfdevelopment and learning is non-negotiable.
✅ When we hit a plateau, recognize this as just another stop along our upward trajectory – and keep going by applying the CANI principle.
✅ Remember success isn’t a place at which we arrive – it is an ongoing process and we must embrace every stage of the journey, not just the peaks.
✅ The primary reason I failed to sustain myself in the early stages of my career was purely because I thought I knew it all – little to realise that in business and life itself, things are forever evolving
✅ So, to become more valuable in business or as a person, we need to continuously evolve and innovate in the way we do things – this then allows us to give more, do more, and change more.