BizDo Principle 1:
Principle #1 Theme
“Master Yourself”
“Defeat today the person that you were yesterday”
–Family motto of the Yagyu Clan

Principle #1 Executive Coaching & Training Program Contents
The Principle of “Ki” builds the Foundation for all actions that your company and the employees within each company take. At the heart of these actions are the purpose, vision, goals, strategy and processes that create the “Form” or structure for how individuals and the overall company will behave. And underlying all of these, is the fundamental Motivation for accomplishing all of these. In order to create the proper Foundation, it is essential to deeply and carefully review this these things that many of us take for granted.
  • Capabilities – To Newly Discover the Abilities of your Company
  • New Roadmap – To Align Purpose, Goals and Strategy to ensure a Shared Vision across the entire Organization
BizDo Principle 2:
Principle #2 Theme
Seminar Theme: Perceiving Eyes
“The gaze should be sweeping and broad. This is the two-fold seeing of ‘Perception’ and ‘Sight’: perception is strong and sight is weak. It is important to see distant things as if they were close and to take a distanced view of close things.”
— Miyamoto Musashi, Book of Five Rings

Principle #2 Executive Coaching & Training Program Contents
The Principle of “Chi” hinges on the concept of “Leading Control” where you are leading the actions of the people and projects within your company rather than being controlled by their movements. To accomplish this, you will first review the purpose and meaning of all projects under your control, determine their priority so that all wasteful actions can be eliminated, and organize your people in ways that enables them to work at their full potential.
  • Leading Control of Projects: harmonization of business
  • Leading Control of People: harmonization of human resources
BizDo Principle 3:
Principle #3 Theme
Seminar Theme: Mutual Prosperity (In Japanese: Jita Kyoei) = Win-Win
“If you remove from your heart your own feeling that you want to win, this will simultaneously remove from your opponent the feeling that he/she wants to fight. If you are truly successful at removing this feeling of win/lose from yourself and your opponent, you will have no enemies.”
–Morihei Ueshiba

Principle #3 Executive Coaching & Training Program Contents
The Principle of Spirit requires “Jita Kyoei” or the dedication to mutual prosperity in dealing with a competitor. Towards this end, the idea of competition must be shifted away simply living peacefully together (called Jita Kyozon 自他共存 in Japanese) to one of mutual prosperity (called Jita Kyoei 自他共栄 in Japanese).

In such cases, rather than taking a competitor as a hated enemy, a competitor is a person or company that helps improve our techniques. This is the underlying spirit of the Japanese Martial Arts, and it is the heart of the Principle of Spirit.

  • Internal Competition : Personnel Promotion system
  • External Competition : Benchmark and Innovate
BizDo Principle 4:
Principle #4 Theme
Seminar Theme: Forewarned is forearmed
“Don’t forget war in times of peace ― Always be prepared for war.”
— I Ching

Principle #4 Executive Coaching & Training Program Contents
The aim of the Principle of Anticipation is to enable you and your company to predict the risks that are likely to emerge, and establish plans for avoiding these or effectively solving these with the minimal negative impact. Similarly, trends will be analyzed, and plans for leveraging these for the greatest possible gains will be developed.

  • Risk Analysis: Assessment, Prevention and Solutions
  • Trend Analysis: Assessment, Enhancement and Solutions
BizDo Principle 5:
Principle #5 Theme
Seminar Theme: Forging (i.e. Metal) (In Japanese: tanren)
“It takes one thousand days of practice to develop (“forge”) something, and ten thousand days to polish it.”
–Miyamoto Musashi, The Book of Five Rings

Principle #5 Executive Coaching & Training Program Contents
Through this final Principle of “Tai” you will learn the basics of how to effectively deal with any business challenge using actual examples from Japanese Martial Arts techniques. In this section, you will learn to develop “Kokoro Gamae” or “the Spirit of Calm Readiness,” and learning how to solve business challenges from this perspective.

  • Constant Improvement: Solution-based model built from three basic Martial Arts forms (or kata)
  • New Technique System: Creatively expand or modify techniques