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Observation then Action/Doing

The Japanese have a built in dislike of detailed instructions about how to do things; they regard such instructions as patronizing if not insulting. It is up to the individual Japanese to discover what is going on and how things are done, first by observing and then by doing. This follows the stories I have personally read, heard and experienced where the sensei often sat on the side lines and observed.
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Individual Politicians Don't Matter?

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan (5 years ago)

by Patrick Appel Ezra Klein shrewdly observes: Campaigns are built to fool us into thinking that we're voting for individuals. We learn about the candidate's family, her job, her background -- even her dog. But we're primarily votin... Read Post

Neurotics don't just avoid action: They dislike it, study finds

Academics / General Science : Science Daily (10 months ago)

Neurotics don't just avoid taking action. By their very nature they dislike it. A study of nearly 4,000 college students in 19 countries has uncovered new details about why neurotic people may avoid making decisions and moving forwa... Read Post

The Broken Mirror

Academics / Neuroscience : Brain Blogger (10 months ago)

Mirror neurons are a class of neurons that become active both when an individual performs a particular action and when he observes another individual performing the same action. They were discovered in monkeys in the early 1990s by ... Read Post


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