There is an old Greek saying.
"To be competent in any profession, three things are indispensable.
It is naturalness, study, and practice." There are many ways to improve your chess game.
There are many ways to improve your chess game.
I feel that there must be a universal truth hidden in the depths of them.
If you follow the truth, you will be strong.
If you go against the truth, you will be weak.
In this sense, Shogi and life are similar.
It is not a small how-to.
I would like to introduce three conditions to improve in Shogi.
It is as the saying introduced at the beginning of this article says.
As the saying at the beginning of this article says, "Naturalness, study, and practice are indispensable.
The first is "naturalness.
Why is naturalness necessary?
Human beings have a mission.
If we do not follow this mission, we will hit our ceiling with our achievements there.
Like the seven tools of a carpenter, there is a suitable environment for a person.
Do you have a mission as a chisel?
Or do you have a role as a planer?
It is given to each individual equally.
However, the innate part can be covered to some extent by study and practice.
Also, often the innate nature is hidden in what you are interested in.
The second is "study.
Apparently, there is a widespread view of human beings that sees them uniformly as "things made on a factory production line.
It seems to me that there is a widespread view of human beings as "something made on a factory production line.
Therefore, the idea of "equality of results," or "the results of study and grades are the same for everyone," seems to be spreading.
It seems to be spreading.
Education is essentially only for those who want to learn, and those who want to learn are the ones who are taught.
And for those who want to learn, those who teach should be like, "Okay, then I will teach them.
When the attitude of the learner and the teacher are in harmony, "human resources" are created.
I believe that when the attitude of the learner and the teacher go hand in hand, "human resources" and "character" will emerge.
The third is "practice.
The reason for studying is to develop one's judgment through knowledge and to sublimate it as "culture.
The third reason for studying is to cultivate one's judgment through knowledge and to sublimate it as "culture.
Therefore, after studying, judgment must accompany the knowledge.
And to make judgments means to express them through action and practice.
Knowledge without practice is not true wisdom, but only false knowledge.
In order to grow as a competent human resource, one must
It takes innate ability, study, and practice.
Practice is the most important.
Next to practice, study is the most important.
Natural ability is secondary.
Please do not bemoan the lack of talent.
I always post about Shogi in the lishogi forum.
Recently, I have been trying to make it more abstract, not only in chess, but also in life.
You may want to reflect on it in the light of your own life.
Human being is thought itself.
Part of thought is action.
The greatest evil is ignorance.
Now you are no longer ignorant.
I want to reiterate.
To be a competent person in any profession, three things are indispensable.
It is innate nature, study, and practice." And I am not ignorant.
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