Kaizen Plan Books

Writers are different. We don’t always think in straight lines. We take leaps of logic, we think metaphorically, and we know in order to make something beautiful, you might also have to make a mess.

You’ve probably tried to adopt at least one organizing system already. Maybe it was in a bestselling book written by someone in a suit. Or maybe it was the system that works for your brother the accountant or your naturally-neat coworker. Whatever system you tried, it was probably very logical and made total sense, until you tried to force yourself to fit into it.

Did you come to the conclusion that there’s something wrong with you? That you’re naturally disorganized? That creativity and organization can’t coexist?

First the good news: you’re not broken, and it is possible to be creative and organized at the same time.

Any functional system of organization for writers must be designed around the writing process. And every writer’s process is a little bit different.

This book will show you how to analyze your writing process and set up your tools and resources in an way that feels natural and supports you in being more creatively successful.

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Small Steps to Healthy EatingEating healthy doesn’t have to be hard! The Kaizen Plan for Healthy Eating starts with the foods you’re already eating and shows you how to make small, simple adjustments to your diet in just a few minutes a day.

The 26 steps of this program include mental techniques for building willpower and staying motivated, behavioral techniques that make eating healthy easier, and lots of ways to eat healthy without sacrificing flavor. Includes:

  • Tricks for sneaking more fruits and vegetables into your diet
  • How to train your taste buds to like healthy foods
  • Suggestions for treating your vegephobia
  • How your cell phone can make you a healthier eater
  • The simple technique that makes the food you’re already eating more nutritious, and can reduce how many calories you eat by up to 10%

No radical changes, no throwing away half the food in your cupboards, no sugar withdrawal. You’ll create a flexible, personalized plan that gently eases you into better eating habits.

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How often do you make it through your daily to-do list?

Do you struggle to prioritize tasks?

Do you find yourself getting distracted and moving on to the next task before you’ve finished the previous one?

Maybe it’s time to declutter your to-do list! This simple but practical approach to getting things done can help you take control of your day and be more productive.

You’ll learn the magic question that keeps you moving forward, how to complete tasks without getting distracted, and how to make sure that the meaningful stuff gets done.

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Do you spend more time reading email than you’d like? Do you waste time looking for files on your hard drive? Do Facebook and Twitter take a bigger chunk out of your day than they should?

In this era of information overload, it’s harder than ever to stay focused and productive when working on the computer. This short ebook will help you eliminate virtual clutter and streamline your time online.

This free ebook consists of a series of posts on clearing virtual clutter initially posted here.

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The Kaizen Plan Series

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