At the recent Tony Robbins event that Michael and I crewed, Robbins introduced a relatively simple strategy for success, which he refers to as C-A-N-I. Not to be confused with “Can I [Do it]?”, C-A-N-I stands for Constant And Never-ending Improvement. Does that mean perfection? Not at all. It means just what it says; in any quest for positive change, you should strive for constant and never-ending improvement. Some days are not going to be perfect–heck, some hours are not going to be perfect. But as long as you have your eye set on a clearly defined goal, such as losing 10 pounds (or even 40 or 50 pounds) of excess fat or reducing your weight enough to eliminate joint pain and facilitate greater flexibility, constant and never-ending improvement will get you there.


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