I Check You Every Few Days
Personal Health Improvement Could Learn from
Factories using Quality Control with Six Sigma
Modern factories have ways of detecting problems immediately to correct problems before they accumulate into a pile of defective products and to ensure product performance for the customer. Your car and computer were made this way.
The equivalent in health would be if I had some kind of blood sampling device strapped to your body giving me reports on my computer constantly and sounding an alarm anytime something was off so that I would give it immediate attention to find a solution.
While we can’t monitor and control the human body to the same extent we can a factory, the same scientific logic applies universally. I can also use energetic testing remotely to test for both problems and solutions. I will be doing this at least every few days to help catch problems clients cannot detect. And clients can contact me as soon as something is off.
The application of science to improve processes of any kind is called kaizen or six sigma and was called total quality control or total quality management originally. It is the use of science to solve practical problems, using methods beyond academic studies. It relies on things I use all the time: systems analysis, root cause analysis, how to measure progress and detect problems, process improvement, experimentation, constancy of purpose, and more.
All plans are experiments that require measurement of results and revision of plans with learning. The world is complex and unpredictable, and our information about it incomplete and unreliable, so we must learn as we go and expand our knowledge.
Real knowledge has both a theory component and a quantifiable plan that can be measured to be improve: how much food or of a supplement, when in combination with what, at what time of day, etc. Immediate feedback of results is necessary to make correction and is therefore crucial to rapid success.
This means that much progress is incremental in many small steps. This goes against the grain of American culture that grasps for one-shot miracles of medicine or technology, followed by shoddy implementation resulting in failure and then the search for a new miracle and the cycle repeats itself. This is both poor theory and poor attention to detail. The devil is often in the boring details of checking for every mineral, vitamin, protein, and other nutrient deficiencies. Through courage and discipline this is how the war is won.
I see sloppy implementation all the time in health improvement with diets and call kinds of things. From partial implementation to wrong quantities of the right things. This is where coaching can be necessary to get people unstuck with both having a plan and implementing it thoroughly.
Personal health improvement compared to factory quality control and process improvement is weak in concept and execution. This is the responsibility of health providers as well as those being served. With Primal Rejuvenation I intend to improve this within the new paradigm of health.
Six Sigma For Health