The "PC Factor"

 in St. Louis - Dave Hanson's Gateway Karate

By Sensei Dave Hanson

One of the secrets to success in achieving any worthy goal is what I like to call the “PC Factor”.  The “PC Factor” stands for Persistent Concentration.  To achieve any dream you must be relentless in your persistent pursuit of it’s fulfillment.  It is also important to have concentration on achieving your objective.  You cannot let obstacles distract you from your objective and that takes concentration. The “PC Factor” of persistent concentration is a winning combination. Add to that equation time, multiplied by God and you can achieve what might seem impossible to others.  This is not a new concept.  In the Bible’s book of Proverbs, King Solomon penned these words, “But diligence is a man’s most precious possession.”   The “PC Factor” is what we teach every student here at the dojo.  It is one of the key’s to success.  Be diligent and persist with concentration on your goal! Any significant goal takes a significant commitment to achieve.  And never forget that commitment always comes before success.  When things get hard concentrate on your why.  Why do you want to achieve your goal?  What is your motivation.  A noble goal should be backed by great motivation that will move you to persist and concentrate on its achievement.  If you struggle to achieve your goal, don't forget the "PC factor" in your pursuit to reaching your goals.  It can be the difference maker between success and failure.  Just think of the mouse trying to get the cheese off the trap.  Like the mouse, every obstacle can bring with it great opportunity, but its our approach to the obstacle and our persistent concentration on our goal with determination to achieve it, that can make all the difference between failure and success. 



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