- Survival: the state or fact of continuing to live or exist, typically in spite of conflict and/or violence (an accident, ordeal, or difficult circumstances).
- Security: the state of being free from danger or threat; the state of feeling safe, stable, and free from fear or anxiety; the safety of a state or organization against criminal activity such as terrorism, theft, or espionage; procedures followed or measures taken to ensure the safety of a state or organization.
- Belonging: be a member or part of (a particular group, organization, or class); have the right personal or social qualities to be a member of a particular group; (of a person) fit in a specified place or environment; be rightly classified in or assigned to a specified category.
- Esteem: respect and admiration, typically for a person; respect and admire; Self-Esteem: a person's overall subjective emotional evaluation of his or her own worth; a judgment of oneself as well as an attitude toward the self; beliefs about oneself, as well as emotional states, such as triumph, despair, pride, and shame; the positive or negative evaluations of the self, as in how we feel about it.
- Self-Actualization: the realization or fulfillment of one's talents and potentialities, especially considered as a drive or need present in everyone (A person who embraces the unknown and the ambiguous; who accepts themselves with all their flaws; they enjoy the journey not the destination; inherently unconventional without succumbing to shock techniques; motivated by growth, not a satisfaction of ego; have purpose in life; not troubled by small things; have gratitude and show appreciation; have close tribal relations while identifying with others; humble; resist enculturation; accept their imperfections).
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- When performing your throw, you practice, practice, practice and then practice some more.
- Perfect your smooth, fluent, single action arm to propel the dart precisely to its intended target.
- Achieve mushin before stepping up to the throw line, immovable mind is critical.
- Concentrate and focus on the intended target.
- Come to the line relaxed and confident.
- Check your stance and grip.
- Take hold of the first dart.
- Check your stance and grip.
- Bring your arm up so the dart is at a good sighting position level to the right eye.
- The dart should almost but not actually touch your cheek.
- The closer to the cheek without touching the better increasing the accuracy of alignment of the eye with the intended target.
- Never lose sight of your dart by pulling it back to far.
- You should see the dart out of your peripheral vision while still focused on the intended target.
- Make certain your elbow is pointing at the dart board.
- Make sure your arm and elbow stays pointing at the dart board throughout the dart toss.
- Bring the forearm back to the face, ensure your upper arm remains horizontal.
- The wrist is a pivot point, allow the hand to bring the dart a little further back to the right ear without losing sight of the dart.
- With the target and dart in sight, take careful aim.
- Elbow still pointing at the dart board.
- No other movement, move the forearm forward and, at the top of the arc prescribed by that action, release the dart with a light, smooth, fluid motion.
- The dart should fly toward the target along the sight line.
- Your focus should not wonder at any point in the throw and remains on the intended target.
- Keep the elbow tucked in, and move only with the forearm and wrist.
- Follow through, follow through, follow through; release the dart smoothly and complete the follow through!
- Maintain the exact same speed and rhythm of your throw consistently.
- At each time of a toss, throw each dart at the same speed with the same smooth, confident action.
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