• “The Devil is in the Details” Ironically, the idiom “the devil is in the details” derives from the earlier phrase, “God is in the details,” expressing the idea that whatever one does should be done thoroughly; i.e. details are important. (J. Bartlet) Why or who changed it seems to [...]

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    It is believed that to develop a habit one must consciously work on said habit for a minimum of 21 days consecutively. This was introduced by a surgeon Maxwell Martz in his book Pschyo-Cybernetics which he developed the idea through professional observation. His theory was perpetuated by self-help [...]

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    The Role Of The Black Belt

    In the past it was recognized that the process of becoming a quality Black Belt was not by any means a simple endeavor. Today, it seems that expectation has changed and the recognition of what being a Black Belt means has also changed. Let’s face it, like any product or aspect in life there are [...]

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