Law of Ability
October, 2000

Grace & Peace, my brothers and sisters. Many people told you in your adolescent days of martial arts that you had great potential and possessed an abundance of ability. Because of those words of exaltation and encouragement from family and friends, you were propelled to the level of greatness that you now occupy. The real question is, by what criteria did they use to determine your ability? Or, by what criteria do you judge your students for advancement today?

Below, you will find 13 steps that I use to teach my students about ability; maybe you can use it as a teaching aid and an open discussion tool.

I pray that the discussion that arises from these principals will not only be uplifting to the students, but also eye-opening to you, the instructor.
In Harmony
Dr. Michael Willett

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