The Hombu Dojo of the Organization dedicated to the study of traditional Japanese martial arts „Taiyou e no Michi“, on Saturday held a special one-day seminar, where the instructor Igor Dovezenski taught the participants about the ways to acquire patience, discipline, to define one’s goals, about the success and failure, as well as the benefits of teamwork.
The event was organized by request of the coordinators from CEED Macedonia, that estimated that Dovezenski was just the person to teach the youngsters that are in their program how to gain new techniques that are going to help them to further develop their entrepreneurial skills.
In fact, CEED Education (CEED EDU) is a program that brings closer the entrepreneurial spirit to the young through transmitting, experiencing and practicing successful stories from the business world, while feeding their spiritual and creativity needs. The program was built upon the knowledge and experiences from the education experts, as well as the experiences of various entrepreneurs and managers.
Although far from the business world, Igor Dovezenski with the help of his students managed to transmit to the young participants part of the philosophy and psychology that was being used by the Japanese samurai and ninja warriors, and those exact skills are necessary for all young people who want to make progress in their carriers of the chosen profession.
Apart from the lecture on the mentioned techniques and the history and tradition of the Japanese knights, Dovezenski spent a lot of time explaining the hierarchy that ruled in an organized society, such as the Japanese society. Afterwards, together with his students, he demonstrated techniques from the arts that are being practiced in „Taiyou e no Michi“, at the beginning from the ninja schools of the Bujinkan Dojo, and soon after from Daito ryu Aikijujutsu and Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto ryu Bujutsu.
The day was filled with a great energy and a wonderful atmosphere, and thanks to the amazing harmony between the hosts and the guests, the collaboration was agreed to be continued in the future.