Monthly Archives: May 2014

Why Motion is Not Work

The most astonishing result of my “Worst Waste Survey” (on the sidebar) so far is that out of 47 votes exactly 0 (zero) votes are for motion waste. This is an interesting contrast to a quote from Taichi Ohno in

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Start Your Lean Diary Today

Some time ago I introduced the idea of a Lean Diary. The Lean Diary: One word per day. Weekly and monthly retrospectives. That’s it. #leandiary Click To Tweet Exercise: Start your Lean Diary today. Continue for at least a month.

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20’000 users: Free Android App CardBoard Index Cards

I’m happy to announce that CardBoard Index Cards has been dowloaded by 20’000 users! What else? It has a solid 4 star rating on Google Play now from 169 user ratings. Check out CardBoard Index Cards on Google Play Click

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Habit Stacking in a Nutshell

I recently stumbled upon the book Habit Stacking: 97 Small Life Changes That Take Five Minutes or Less by S.J. Scott. The concept is very simple but powerful. Instead of a classical review, you will find an “in a nutshell”

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Hope and Direction

This is a guest post by Michael Carey (@MLCarey321). It originally appeared on his own blog (click here for the source). Thank you to Michael that he allows to republish here. Make change come true: connect hope and direction. Click

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