Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim shares her personal challenges and experiences in her book, The Silent Master.
Regard Mistakes as Teachers, Not Judges
You can also use your will power to employ the second rule of mental conduct: Learn from your mistakes.
So often, when we do something that we believe is a mistake, we become fatalistic and give up our efforts. Instead of focusing on a new direction right away, we tend to sit around in gloom and doom criticizing ourselves. In this instance, we’re using mistakes as excuses not to face up to fears and weaknesses.