Sunday, December 12, 2010

Six Sigma Approach to Living Life

Seen without all the Statistical Tools and Techniques? that Six Sigma is commonly known for, Six Sigma also offers a wonderful philosophy for life.

The Six Sigma approach to living life is based on the simple premise - one should set a "measurable" goal and "systematically" work towards achieving that and when one thinks one has achieved that, "measure and ascertain" the extent of goal achievement (or non-achievement as the case may be).

Working with realistic goals is of course essential to stay motivated. At the same time, to feel the sense of achievement, one should also set "stretch goals". Setting an easy goal due to fear of failure should be avoided. One who has seen failures tends to enjoy successes at a higher level of consciousness.

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