The Small Details That Might be Ruining Your Dates
When it comes to being successful on dates, the devil is very much in the details.
If you've had a string of unsuccessful dates, then there's a very good chance that this will have damaged your self-esteem and perhaps even your faith in dating at all. You might be wondering what the point in dating is or whether you'll ever find someone.
But instead of going 'macro' and focusing on big overarching concepts like your appearance or the nature of dating, instead, consider looking at the small factors. This is the idea of kaizen and it suggests that making small continuous improvements can often add up to the very best results in the long term.
Maybe by just making several small tweaks, you could have more success?
Why Small Details Matter
When you meet someone new, you quickly form an opinion in a matter of minutes. This is something that we know to be true: first impressions count and if you get off on the wrong foot it can...
How Small Things Can Really Build Up in Relationships
Do you leave the toilet lid open all the time? Are you constantly putting the empty milk carton back in the fridge? Do you just drop your dirty laundry on the floor? What irks you?
This is the sort of thing that most of us tend to think of as being no big deal. In fact, many of us even find it amusing as one of those age-old arguments that couples have. It's practically inevitable, it's no big deal… it's funny.
Except if you value your relationship and if you want it to work as well as it possibly can then it actually isn't funny at all. In fact, these small niggles can add up to become something very serious in even the most stable relationship. And it's all to do with kaizen.
The Build Up
Kaizen teaches us how making small little changes can make a huge impact on us in the long term. Often this is used to demonstrate how saving a small amount of money can add up to a great trust fund, or how a slowly loading laptop...
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