THE KEY TO ACHIEVE ITS GOALS IN LIFE - LEARNED A LEGENDARY ARCHER
In the 1920s, a German named Eugen Herrigel moved to Japan and started training in Kyudo the Japanese martial art of archery.
Herrigel was taught by a legendary master Kyudo called Awa Kenzo. Kenzo was convinced that beginners must master the fundamentals of archery before trying to shoot a real target and took this method to the extreme. During the first four years, Herrigel was only allowed to shoot a straw roll only seven feet away. (1)
When he was finally allowed to shoot at targets in the practice room of the extreme, their performance was dismal. The arrows left of the course and he became more discouraged every rebel shot. Herrigel was convinced that his problem was poor goal, but Kenzo said he is not as objective you have, but how you approach your goal that determines the outcome.
Frustrated with his teacher, Herrigel blurted out, "So you sh