How Winning Is Done

By: Sensei Dave Hanson

 What’s your reasons for achieving your goals?  Everyone has a reason, or a motivation, why they began their journey towards achieving a goal.  One of the main things that will determine if you will continue to pursue and ultimately reach your goals is your reasons why you do what you do.  If your why is big enough you can overcome all the obstacles that confront you. If your reason why you train is bigger than your obstacles and excuses, you’ll have the ability to turn obstacles into stepping stones of opportunity.  When your reasons that motivate you to stick to your goals are bigger than any distraction that may come up, you’ll see your obstacles from a different view point.  We have to learn to be set on our objective, the goal we wish to achieve, and flexible on how we get there.  As Sylvester Stallone said in the movie Rocky Balboa, “It’s not how hard you hit, it’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward. That’s how wining is done.” And the motivation to keep moving forward can be found in your reasons why you do what you do to achieve any goal in the dojo and outside of the dojo. So when life hits you hard just keep your eye your reasons why and keep moving forward. That’s how winning is done!


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