I'm breaking the code. I'll tell you that. Probably I'm not going to be allowed back in Vegas. I'm thinking about magicians. Well, I honestly want to pass my exams so, I decided to stop procrastinating. I did some research, and I found something called Kaizen.
Kaizen is a Japanese word that means continuous improvement. According to this approach, you can learn better in a small amount of time. You are wondering: what kind of tea are you drinking, Claudio? But let David Wolfe explains Kaizen for you:
"One of the main principles of Kaizen is that big changes result from small changes over a period of time. This can prevent the burnout that comes from trying to tackle one big task at once. Under the principle of Kaizen, you’d want to break a larger task into smaller chunks of time." -David Wolfe
I'm lazy so here you have a video that explains everything:
Now you don't have any excuse to do the things you must do. But at the end of the day it's like Ellen Degeneres says: