Mastering the fundamentals of anything is the key to being awesome at that thing. I like what one of the greatest philosophers of our time, Mr. Miyagi, said to Daniel in the movie The Karate Kid:
Daniel: When do I learn how to punch?
Miyagi: Better learn balance. Balance is key. Balance good, karate good. Everything good. Balance bad, better pack up, go home. Understand?
In another scene he says:
Miyagi: First learn stand, then learn fly.
In these scenes, Daniel is thinking he just wants to move to the cool stuff. He thinks that’s what being a karate master is all about. But Miyagi attempts to keep him focused on fundamentals. RELATED COOL STUFF >> Obliterate Objections
In the words of Mr Miyagi, here’s some of:
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