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Old 11-17-2011, 05:03 AM   #51
Lyle Laizure
 
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Re: how many back talk would you take?

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Hanna Björk wrote: View Post
Here's an interview with Kobayashi Yasuo in which he explains his view on the matter. He has very obviously chosen a different approach than the most common one. ...
I don't see anything wrong with this approach.
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I think the second part of this thread is about the OP's agony since he is in conflict with himself, being asked to do something he finds very difficult and probably not will yield good results, and having problems speaking up about it. IMHO that is what he has to do, since not speaking up creates a situation which in his mind - and probably the rest of the training environment - reflects badly on the teacher. What he can't do is take responsability for the teacher's decisions. He can only speak up for himself. ...
This is a great test of character.

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