Archive for Lean Travel

Lean Backpack Packing

Paul Akers takes two second to fix his the struggle of packing his backpack!

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Organizing Cords

Paul Akers demonstrates his simple 2 Second Improvements for today. Are you fixing something that bugs you each day?

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How I manage my photos?

Paul Akers discusses how he manages all the photos he takes on his trip. First trick is don’t overproduce! Second key is one piece flow

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Japan – Lean Laundry Mat

Paul Akers is impressed with just how lean the machines are at a laundromat in Japan.

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Lean Rental Car

Paul Akers discusses his Lean process for checking out a rental car.

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Japan Mission Trip Logistics

How to catch the bus at Nagoya Airport

How to catch the train at Nagoya Airport

How to catch the bus at Nagoya Hilton to Nagoya Airport

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Airline Lounge Orientation

Paul Akers recommends looking around at airports and airport lounges. Sometime the best stuff is a little harder to find.

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Lean Dopp Kit

Chris Hotze, of Crescere Capital Management, sent us this video showing how he fix what bugs him about his old and messy Dopp Kit.

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Is your Sushi Lean?

Paul Akers takes us along to a Sushi restaurant in Japan…and it is Lean!

More improvements

Giving the customer what they want

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Lean Elevator

Paul discusses the continuous flow elevator he ran into in Germany. So efficient.

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