This is the only trident you need to be a better fisherman in your life: harness the power of Shiva.

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“True rewards — wealth, knowledge, love, fitness and equanimity — comes from ignoring others and improving ourselves.”

Naval Ravikant

Are there other techniques, easier to implement?

  1. Problem Solving techniques
  2. PDCA — Plan Do Check Act
  3. Lessons learned and feedback loop.
Fig: The Trident approach to continuous improvement.
Fig: The Trident approach to continuous improvement.
Fig: The 5 Whys.
Fig: The 5 Whys.
Fig: The Ishikawa diagram.
Fig: The Ishikawa diagram.
  • Plan — Analyse what does not work and plan an improvement.
  • Do — Execute your improvement plan.
  • Check — Make sure that you are getting the results you expected.
  • Act — Adapt or change the plan if you see any difference.
Fig: The PDCA cycle.
Fig: The PDCA cycle.
Fig: The feedback loop.
Fig: The feedback loop.

In life, every single day, either we downgrade, or we upgrade. This is the way!

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