It’s easy to fall into a consistency trap where complacency seeps in. The Japanese have a word - Kaizen - which means ‘good change’. The business world has adopted and altered it slightly to mean continuous improvement, and Japanese business in particular sees it as a daily, ongoing process. Being consistent doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be open to the refinement of your established procedures. We can always improve the things we do, and we have to do so in a balanced way.
Excerpt from The Advisor Playbook: www.paretosystems.com/the-advisor-playbook