"Gazing at the Mountains" was an old Samurai skill. It works in other areas as well.
Success is not a permanent achievement. We have to continually work at maintaining it.
My Judo sensei was relentless, he'd walk around us casually, then without warning sweep or throw us to the ground. With a smile, he'd then point out the weakness or flaw in our stance that allowed him to throw us. Flaws are like that. We aren't aware of them until it may be too late …
Sometimes you have to close your eyes to see.