"A tree reaches past your embrace grows from one small seed."

Leadership


ABOUT LEADERSHIP

 

To lead wisely is to live wisely and to seek personal balance and integration with the cycles of nature.  Always reject leaders who rule by force, intimidation, or personality, reducing other people to "followers." Recognizing the destruction brought by combative egos, the danger of blind devotion to charismatic leaders is dangerous. A leader must affirm wisdom beyond competition; he must lead with caring and humility.

A good leader is not a superstar who mesmerizes with the force of rhetoric or flashy deeds. While lesser people crave power and dominance, a good leader rejects competitive hierarchies as unnatural. Leaders build networks, realizing were part of the interlocking web of life.  Good leaders lead with a new combination of talents: cooperation, awareness of the cycles, courage, and facilitation.  Good leaders draw upon infinite wisdom and power through observing nature and learning her rules.

A progressive leader never hides behind hierarchies.  They lead by working with others.  Good leaders spend their time watching and listening.  In order to see clearly, we must look beyond ourselves. In order to listen, we must first be still, and in that stillness we can learn the wisdom of nature.  A good leader will realize that when you feel yourself part of nature, you will live in harmony.

The Sansei system is in the business of making leaders.  When we take on leadership roles at home, work, and Dojo’s we need to ask ourselves: how can I create an atmosphere of greater trust and commitment? How can I help others do their best? How can I create harmony?

We can learn by listening, watching, observing the cycles of nature and man.  We can also learn from others.  We all know people who exemplify this kind of leadership, seek them out and study them.

 

To live wisely we need to seek personal balance and integration with the cycles of nature. This is calm control. This book uses Martial Arts philosophical principles as its core guide.

Karate-Do Philosophy teaches us to reject competitive hierarchies as unnatural,   Teaches us to build networks, realizing were part of the interlocking web of life.  Karate philosophy allows us to live life with a combination of talents, teaching us cooperation, the awareness of the cycles, courage, and understanding facilitation. Draw upon infinite wisdom and power through observing nature and learning her rules.

Karate Philosophy teaches us to never hide behind hierarchies and to always work with others. The Philosophy teaches us to spend time watching and listening, In order to see clearly, we must look beyond ourselves. In order to listen, we must first be still, and in that stillness we can learn the wisdom of nature.  You will realize that when you feel yourself part of nature, you will live in harmony. This book is guide to the higher levels of through in Karate-Do.

The Karate philosophy teaches us how to take on leadership roles at home, work, and school we need to ask ourselves: how can I create an atmosphere of greater trust and commitment? How can I help others do their best? How can I create harmony?

We can learn by listening, watching, observing the cycles of nature and man.  We can also learn from others.  We all know people who exemplify this kind of leadership, seek them out and study them. I hope this book can be a contributing factor for you growth to higher level of understanding.

 

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