How to use it:
Name an object or situation that does not always work very effectively, and then think of some improvements to it. Set up two columns (What To Improve, and The Improvements), then fill in those two columns.
Why it’s important to use it:
Not everything needs improving. Some things are just perfect the way they are. On the other hand, certain things could do with a lot of enhancements. When you use this process, it encourages you to seek continuous improvement in different things that you see around you.
Make a list of the things in life that don’t need improving. Then justify why you have chosen those things.