Robert Maurer, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist on the faculty of the UCLA and the University of Washington Schools of Medicine. He is the founder of the Science of Excellence, a consulting firm, and travels extensively presenting seminars and consulting on kaizen to diverse organizations, including corporations, hospital staffs, universities— even the U.S. Navy. Dr. Maurer lives in Spokane, Washington.
The concept is good. The challenge is whether you can even remember to do that 30 seconds task and make it a habit.Published 1 day ago by John Chai
This is a 500% must read book, Thanks for inspiring Dr. Robert MaurerPublished 9 days ago by Prashant Khanna
Trully innovative. Full of new ideas and new ways of changing your life. Smart. It explains how making small changes work and why they work, gives you ideas, and stories. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ana
I got so much out of this book. It's one of those that should be re-read every year. I definitely recommend it.Published 1 month ago by Deb
This book is indeed a practical guide to deleting bad habits for good, i defiantly recommend this as a good readPublished 1 month ago by Rachel Leist
Fantastic book, very well written and extremelly useful to understand how effective changes can happen in one's life. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marcos Barros
I am still reading this book and
learning the Philosophy of "Kaizen".
I will try to apply some of the principles
in the future.