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Another cycle: A reminder of where we have gone, and where we want to go… By Karn G. Bulsuk

Another cycle: A reminder of where we have gone, and where we want to go…

By Karn G. Bulsuk

Birthdays, like the 12-year cycle of the Chinese Zodiac, is always a reminder for one to look back to see what one has accomplished during that period, and also to look forward to see what else one wants to accomplish in the coming year.

Such days are like milestones, very present reminders that time is finite. In the hustle bustle of everyday life, where daily routines of eat-work-sleep can easily take us away from seeing the big picture, we often forget to make the best use of that limited time. It is also on such days that reflection and long terms plans are best made.

For this blog, there are a few things I will be working on between now and the end of the year. I’m currently developing a new template for the blog which will take it out of the early 2000s Blogger template its using now towards something more streamlined and elegant. The blog will also be sporting new social network buttons from Facebook, Twitter and Google+.

While not as simple as WordPress, Blogger is more than capable as working as a Content Management System (CMS), and I will be expanding this blog to host the entire domain and all its associated content.

Content-wise, the kaizen series will continue with more mieruka examples, before we move to tie-in all four tools to show how to perform kaizen. I’ll also be moving forward with the Toyota Way series, and pen more articles on genchi genbutsu and the 5s. I’ll also be beginning a new series of articles on living in Bangkok, as well as displaying some of my photography.

Originally started as a way to share my knowledge on kaizen and its tools while still in Toyota, the blog has since moved to encompass a whole series of topics. On a personal level, it’s been immensely satisfying to see readership explode in the past year, and that is one of the reasons I have kept writing in the past three years.

Thank you to you for the past 12 months – there’s plenty more stuff to come in the next 12!



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Karn Bulsuk: Full Speed Ahead: Continuing a long journey...
Continuing a long journey...
Karn Bulsuk: Full Speed Ahead
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