I came up with a Lean Happiness approach after reading the Lean Startup book by Eric Ries. Essentially, “lean” is another word for smart and without excess. It is the most efficient and effective way to achieve our goals, Happiness, forgoing all the other activities that are not contributing to this goal.
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If you visit a dietitian or a personal trainer and tell them that you want to have a sporty and lean look, chances are they will recommend a specific workout routine and a particular diet. They would probably recommend you increase your physical activity and stay away from the sweet and fatty food. If you ignore their advice, it will be that much harder to get that look you are going for.
If you visit a business consultant and tell him that you want to make more money with your current business, chances are they would look at your revenue streams and cost structure and would try to optimize them. If you ignore their advice, you can still succeed because the business world is complex and often contradictory. Still, if they are a real expert, you are probably shooting yourself in the foot by ignoring their advice.
And while this is true, people are often all over the place when it comes to Happiness. They have some idea of what makes them happy. Still, judging by how many people are unhappy in today’s society or cannot maintain consistent happiness levels perpetually, I would say that we are making many happiness mistakes. We are far from a Lean Happiness society, which should strive to live it. In this respect, most people try a lot of different things to be happy. They approach Happiness with an excess. More money, more partners, more entertainment, more, more, more. Sounds familiar? Even worst, many things they do backfires at them make it so much harder to be happy, such as doing drugs, which decreases the quality of life in the long run. Sure enough, they take drugs to feel more satisfied in the short run, but they cannot see the full picture of how different activities affect their happiness level, and what most affects this core human desire and is just excess.
Story Behind The Lean Movement
The slight happiness movement has its origins with lean manufacturing, a practice invented by Japanese car manufacturer Toyota. The company was still relatively small and could hardly compete with big, established American manufacturers. To win in this competitive market, Toyota decided to study its processes, focus on workflow optimization, reduce wasteful activities, simplify procedures, and produce their cars faster and more efficiently than their US rivals. They did it under, for example, having less expensive machinery and trying to make their factories more adaptive and more multi-functional. Conclusion this one twist allowed Toyota to adapt faster to the new ever-changing business environment and outmaneuver it slow to change competition.
Of course, there is more to say about the success of Toyota and Lean Manufacturing. Still, the emphasis should be on the smart approach to their practice, something that we are completely missing in our current modern society when it comes to Happiness. Conclusion This is intriguing since what we want most want from life is to be happy and paraphrase Aristotle. Everything else is just a means to that end.
We want to have that lean body and successful business because we believe these things will make us happy. But will they make us happy? I know many models and financially wealthy who are miserable and poor or physically unhealthy people who are delighted. Of course, we want to optimize in every aspect of our lives, but since we don’t have time and resources to do it all, I’d say that we need to focus on what is essential for us and know why it is important for us. A lean body and successful business can make us happy for all intents and purposes, but they might not. Besides, the process of getting to these goals often takes years, which is wasteful if all we wanted in the first place was to be happy.
Fastest Way To Lean Happiness
Thus, there is a faster and less wasteful way to get to Happiness today. You need to follow a proven formula, a lean happiness formula, so to say. If you apply this formula to your life, then Happiness is a money-back guaranteed (100%). You can try to figure out this formula for yourself. Or spend even more time (perhaps even years). Money (thousands of dollars yearly trying to buy Happiness as you most likely have done until today), and energy, as most people do, and Happiness still might not be guaranteed for you.
In contrast, I am offering private coaching for those who had enough. I will provide a money-back guarantee to anyone who takes on my course and cannot see significant improvement in happiness level after our first session. I will even give a free extra session after that first session if you are still not satisfied with your results because I genuinely believe in what I am teaching, and I want the world to be a happier place for everyone to live in.
My motto is that if more people are happier today in the world, the world will be a better place for everyone to live in it. Do you agree? So what are you waiting for? Contact me today for your 100% money-back guaranteed in the first session.